New Law Requires Homeowners to Pay Insurance Deductibles

Homeowner’s insurance will typically pay to repair or replace a roof that has been damaged by hail or wind. Most homeowner’s policies, though, include a deductible amount that the homeowner must pay. In the past, it had become a common practice in Texas for roofing companies to waive the deductible so that homeowners would get a free roof. However, that practice is about to come to an end.
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How Much Does It Cost To Change Your Roof

Experts can all agree: replacing a roof is one of the costliest upgrades a homeowner can make. This repair comes with a hefty price tag because of its tricky nature, cost of materials and the work contractors need to put in to finish the job perfectly.

How can you prepare your pockets for this big home project? Knowing the different factors that affect the cost should be your number one priority. On the average, contractors say that replacing your house’s roof can cost from $5,000 to $25,000 and up for higher-end roof types.
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