The average price of roof installation in Wisconsin
The average price of a roof in Wisconsin on the median home is between $8,000 and $20,000 dollars. Materials, workmanship, and warranty are the big differentiators in cost and quality. The biggest factors affecting the price of a new roof in Milwaukee, Appleton, and Madison are:
- Size of your roof
- Type of roof
- Slope of your roof
- Time of year or season work is performed
Average roof replacement cost in your area
Roof replacement costs are based on the average home square footage in each Wisconsin city - prices reflect asphalt shingle costs (~$4.36 - $8.72 per sq/ft). To determine the most accurate cost estimate for your Wisconsin home, fill out our roof price calculator (above), or contact our roofing contractors.
|Milwaukee||$6,086 - $12,173|
|Appleton||$8,951 - $17,902|
|Waukesha||$8,484 - $16,969|
|Madison||$7,442 - $14,885|
|New Berlin||$8,519 - $17,038|
|Brookfield||$9,387 - $18,774|
|Menomonee Falls||$7,521 - $15,042|
|West Allis||$5,345 - $10,690|
|Wauwatosa||$7,538 - $15,076|
|Green Bay||$7,891 - $15,783|
How roof size and type affect your cost
The size and type of roof on your home or building are the largest factors affecting cost. Asphalt shingles are a popular choice due to their appearance and lower cost. If you’re looking to upgrade your roofing to metal, it will on average cost 2.5 times more than asphalt. Fancier roofs such as composite or cedar shake can cost up to 3 times more. Most materials are priced by square footage, so larger roofs will cost more regardless of materials.
The average home in America is between 1,000 and 1,750 square feet. Average roof replacement costs are as follows:
|Asphalt||$6,000 - $12,000|
|Metal||$15,000 - $30,000|
|Cedar Shake||$18,000 - $36,000|
How much does a 2,200 sq ft roof cost to replace in Wisconsin?
The cost of replacing a 2,200 sq ft roof is $15,554 - $46,662 in Wisconsin. The average square footage of a Wisconsin home is 1,750 sq ft, under the national average of 2,273 sq ft.
Average Roof Replacement Cost Per Square Foot In Wisconsin
|800 Sq. ft||$5,000 - $15,000|
|1,000 Sq. ft||$6,250 - $18,750|
|1,100 Sq. ft||$7,953 - $23,859|
|1,200 Sq. ft||$8,676 - $26,028|
|1,300 Sq. ft||$9,399 - $28,197|
|1,400 Sq. ft||$10,122 - $30,366|
|1,500 Sq. ft||$10,845 - $32,535|
|1,750 Sq. ft||$12,372 - $37,117|
|2,000 Sq. ft||$14,140 - $42,420|
|2,200 Sq. ft||$15,554 - $46,662|
|2,500 Sq. ft||$17,675 - $53,025|
|3,000 Sq. ft||$21,300 - $63,900|
Roof costs vary depending on the roofing material, roof design, and the season as well as other factors.
Steeply sloped roofing costs
The slope of your roof and the time of year installation is performed affect the cost of new roofing. When steep slopes require the use of extra safety equipment, this increases the time, and subsequent price, of roofing installation. As an example, an average size open gable roof with steep slopes costs around $1250-2500 more than a flat, walkable roof of similar size.
Our roofing cost estimate calculator tailors your quote to your roof’s size, style, and steepness. Contact us for more information on pricing estimates.
Seasonal pricing for roofing
Typically the best times for replacing your roof are in the spring, fall, or early winter. Summer is considered the busiest time for roofing replacement, with most roofing jobs increasing in price by 5-15%.
We have performed over 16,000 residential roofing and remodeling projects in Wisconsin and it’s incredibly common to have to rework a poorly installed roof in less than 10 years where better workmanship could’ve made the same materials last 30.