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Asphalt shingles are a durable, affordable, and aesthetically pleasing roofing system

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Designer asphalt shingles allow for unique looks and greater durability and color options

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Metal roofing is very durable and comes in a wide variety of styles including slate-look and shake-look options


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Cedar shake or composite roofing is a classic look, durable, and long-lasting

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Average Roof Cost in Green Bay

Green Bay residents can expect to spend anywhere from $4,300 to $34,000 for a full roof replacement. Roof cost largely depends on the size of the roof, the roof's architecture, roofing materials, and the roofing contractor you hire. Contact Overhead Solutions today for an official quote on your Green Bay or Northern Wisconsin roofing project.

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Roof Pricing Factors

The size of the roof is the biggest variable considered when quoting a roofing project. The larger the roof, the more roofing materials will be required - increasing the price. 

The type of roofing material used can significantly impact the cost of roof replacement. Some materials are more expensive than others, and the cost can vary depending on the availability of the material and the specific brand or supplier being used. Usually, the most affordable roofing option on the market is asphalt shingles. According to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs.Value Report, the average cost of an asphalt roof replacement in the U.S. is $29,136 as of 2023. 

Cheapest roofing material: Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt shingles are commonly the cheapest roofing material option in the Green Bay area. Asphalt shingles cost an average of $7.97 per square foot, making them a very manageable option for many homeowners in northern Wisconsin. Low price however does not mean low quality. With the right roof installer, asphalt shingles can be a very reliable low-budget option.

Most expensive roofing material: Cedar Shake

When it comes to the higher end of material costs, cedar shake tends to be the most expensive roofing material available. A Green Bay area homeowner can expect to pay around $23.60 per square foot for cedar shake shingles. The higher cost does come with several benefits. Cedar shake roofing is far more durable, provides great insulation, and is energy efficient.

A steep roof is more difficult to work on, which can increase the labor cost of the project. Roofers may need to use safety equipment such as harnesses and ladders, which can add to the overall cost. A steep roof may also require more roofing materials, as there will be more surface area to cover.

Geographical location can impact the cost of roof replacement for a few reasons. The main reason being the cost of living can vary significantly from one region to another. In general, it may be more expensive to replace a roof in an urban area or a region with a high cost of living than in a rural area or a region with a lower cost of living.

Average Roof Replacement Costs in Northern Wisconsin

Roof replacement prices below are based on the average home square footage in each Nothern Wisconsin city.

City Asphalt Metal Cedar Shake
Green Bay $4,391 - $8,154 $12,915 - $23,985 $18,081 - $33,579

Green Bay

The cost of roof replacement in Green Bay, WI is between $4,391 and $33,579. A homeowner can expect to pay an average of $16,850 to replace their roof.

Appleton $4,593 - $8,530 $13,510 - $25,090 $18,914 - $35,126

Appleton, WI

Residents can expect to pay an average of $17,127 for roof replacement costs in Appleton. Prices can range anywhere between $4,593 to $35,126.

De Pere $4,683 - $8,698 $13,776 - $25,584 $19,286 - $35,817

De Pere, WI

Homeowners pay around an average of $18,018 for roof replacement costs in De Pere, WI, with quotes ranging from just over $4,680 to up to $35,800 or more depending on materials.

Fond du Lac $4,086 - $7,589 $12,019 - $22,321 $16,826 - $31,249

Fond du Lac, WI

If you're a homeowner, expect to pay around $15,683 for roof replacement costs in Fond du Lac. Prices range from $4,086 on the low-end to $31,000 or more on the high-end.

Oshkosh $3,769 - $7,001 $11,088 - $20,592 $15,523 - $28,828

Oshkosh, WI

Roof replacement costs in Oshkosh run homeowners around $14,466 on average. Quotes can range from just over $3,750 to upwards of $28,820 for premium jobs.

Neenah $4,498 - $8,353 $13,230 - $24,570 $18,522 - $34,398

Neenah, WI

If you're replacing your roof in Neenah, expect an average cost of around $117,260. Basic jobs start at $4,498 while more complex jobs can cost upwards of $34,400.

Sturgeon Bay $4,560 - $8,468 $13,412 - $24,908 $18,776 - $34,871

Sturgeon Bay, WI

The cost for a roof replacement in Sturgeon Bay starts at around $4,560 for a simple job and can cost over $34,870 for high-end jobs. On average, a Sturgeon Bay resident will pay $17,499 for a roof replacement.

For the most accurate roof cost estimate please fill out our roofing estimate calculator or contact us today.

How Much Does it Cost to Repair a Roof in Green Bay?

The cost of roof repair in the Green Bay area will depend on the type and size of the repair. The average homeowner in Green Bay should be ready to pay anywhere from $150 to $2,750+ for a roof repair. If a roof goes untreated for too long, the damage may become irreversible - forcing you to pay for a full roof replacement when you could have originally gotten away with a repair.

What Goes Into a Roof Repair Cost Estimate?

When a roofing contractor quotes the cost of a roof repair, they consider several factors. Although every roofing company is different, most estimators will take into account the following 4 variables when estimating the cost of a roof repair:

Each roof is unique and every repair will be different. The best way to get an accurate quote for your roof repair is to schedule a free estimate.

Average Roof Repair Cost by Type of Roof Damage

On average, fixing a roof leak will cost in the ballpark of $500. For a minor fix such as replacing the pipe boot, the repair cost could be on the lower end at $150. If the cause of the roof leak is a sagging roof, the repair cost will increase and could be as high as $2,500 or more.

The cost of shingle repair is influenced by the type of shingle and the extent of the damage. Below are the average costs per square foot for the most frequently used roof shingles in Green Bay, WI:

Roof Material Repair Cost/Sq. Ft.
Asphalt Shingles $7.78 - $8.15
Designed Asphalt $11.67 - $12.23
Metal Roofing $19.46 - $20.38
Wood Roofing $23.35 - $23.90

The prices provided in the roof material table are based on the industry average. The price of roof repair on your home could be higher or lower than the provided data depending on your situation. Get an exact estimate for your roof by contacting us.

The cost to fix roof flashing depends on factors like the flashing material, its installation method, and the extent of repair or replacement required. The cost between repairing chimney flashing and replacing the flashing on your roof's pipe boot could be the difference of a couple of hundred dollars. The average cost of flashing repair in Green Bay is as follows:

Whether your roof needs a repair or a complete replacement depends on how old it is and it's current condition. If a newer ( 10 years or newer ) gets damaged, a repair is usually the most cost effective solution. However, if your roof is old and close to its lifespan end (15-20+ years), it might be in your best interest financially to replace the roof - continuously fixing small parts of an old roof could result in ongoing costs adding up over time, becoming as expensive as getting a new roof. To determine the best choice for your roof, talk to our roof estimators who can give you expert advice.

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