FAQ

How Much Does A New Roof Cost?

The cost of a new roof installation in South Florida will vary in cost according to the material chosen, the size of the home, how many layers are on the existing roof, and whether repairs need to be made prior to re-roofing. The least expensive roofing material is Asphalt Shingles, followed by metal, flat, tile and slate.

What Kind Of Roofing System Is Best For My Home?

There are a wide range of roof systems available to the homeowner including, clay and concrete tile (barreled or flat), metal panels, stone coated steel, architectural, dimensional and designer shingles. While the best roofing system for you depends largely on your taste, please keep in mind that certain municipalities and homeowner’s associations will have specific requirements for new roofs for aesthetic or safety reasons.

Will My Insurance Pay For A New Roof?

Your insurance company will pay for the cost of your new roof replacement for hail, extreme weather damage or an Act of God.

Our team a has extensive training handling insurance claims and can facilitate everything for you.

After filing an insurance claim, your out-of-pocket cost should only be your deductible. The insurance company will pay SeaBreeze Roofing for the remaining cost of the roof.

Is A Roof Replacement Messy?

Yes. The re-roofing process is a very dirty, however, we try to make sure that the loudest parts, tare done as expediently as possible.

Do You Offer Warranties?

YES! We offer roof warranties of up to 20 years and we are certified installers for the top roofing material manufacturers’ products.

How Long Will It Take To Replace My Residential Roof?

The process of re-roofing a residential home in South Florida start to finish can take anywhere between 1 week and 3 weeks depending on the size of the project and the inspections required by the municipality.