Cost of a new bungalow roof

I was wondering is a new roof priced per square m or just each individual job ? I’m wanting a price for a new roof on my bungalow and a rough idea would give me a starting point with the quotes

Asked by Nickie on 13th Sep 2022
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"It all depends on how bad your existing roof is and how much work is needed to remove and rebuild it but on average for a bungalow is usually around the 8-10k mark."
Answered on 13th Sep 2022 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
"You can just call any roofer and thay usually come out do inspection and give free quotes"
Answered on 12th Mar 2023 - Member since Mar 2023 - report
"Hello depending on the size of the roof and materials used I would say around the
£12,000.00 I call this a guesstimate as jobs need to be seen or measured from drawing ps first"
Answered on 15th Sep 2022 - Member since Aug 2022 - report
"While jobs will certainly differ depending on these aspects, the average value of a new roof installation in the UK is around £5,500, and the vast majority of people will spend anywhere between £3,000 to £18,000."
Answered on 30th Nov 2022 - Member since Nov 2022 - report
"You can't price a roof just off the top of your head you need to get a look at it to make sure you price it right for the owner and what they want to be done"
Answered on 13th Sep 2022 - Member since Sep 2022 - report
"Anything from £5500 upwards depending on sqm size and if it has any valleys/hips etc"
Answered on 13th Sep 2022 - Member since Apr 2022 - report
"There is not a professional roofer anywhere that can quote without survey ."
Answered on 16th Sep 2022 - Member since May 2022 - report
On average you are looking at about £150 per square metre."
Answered on 13th Sep 2022 - Member since Jan 2014 - report
"It works out cheaper on Each and individual jobs and not by per square metre"
Answered on 2nd Aug 2023 - Member since Jul 2023 - report
"Prices will very not only on the size of the roof but also on what type of roof ie type of tile or slate, up and over roof or hipped roof, there's many factors to take into consideration when pricing a new roof.
William Egan
Answered on 15th Sep 2022 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
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