The cost of a garage roof replacement is normally between £800 – 1,500 depending on two main factors:
- Whether your garage roof is flat or pitched
- The materials used
Nowadays, there’s a variety of materials that you can choose from to replace your garage roof including rubber, fibreglass and felt. Each material has its pros and cons and impacts the overall cost of your garage roof replacement.
Flat garage roofs are becoming extremely popular due to their affordable cost compared to pitched roofs. However, the only downside of flat roofs is that they tend to have a smaller lifespan than pitched roofs due to the potential build-up of debris and rainwater.
It’s also important to thoroughly check your garage for asbestos, especially if your home was built before the year 2000. The potentially harmful fibre was used in construction during the 1990s and could add an extra cost to your garage roof replacement as it will need to be removed.
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How much does it cost to replace a garage roof?
Generally, it costs between £800 – £1,500 to replace a garage roof. When you are quoted a price for a garage roof replacement, your bill will likely be split into two sections: materials and labour.
The price of the materials used to build the replacement roof will be added to the amount of time needed to install it by the roofer, giving you the overall cost. The final cost can vary considerably depending on several factors.