What’s a roofing roof worth?

Asphalt roofs cost about $5,000 per sq. ft. to replace, according to roofing contractor Dan Kalland.

That includes labor and material costs.

“If you’re looking at a new roof, the cost is about the same,” Kallof said.

“It’s about the cost of the materials.”

The cost of replacement of an existing roof varies depending on the size and type of roof.

Roofing contractor Kallall said the cost ranges from $2,000 to $5.75, depending on whether the roof is a plywood or a metal roof.

A roofing system like plywood costs about $1,200 per sq ft. but is about twice as expensive as metal, according for the National Roofing Association.

The cost per sqft of new asphalt roofing is about $10,000.

In some cases, the price will be significantly lower.

The price of asphalt roof replacement varies depending, in part, on the thickness of the material used.

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, asphalt can be used as a flooring and for foundation.

It is also used for roofs and is used for roofing.

Roofs made of asphalt are much thinner than those made of concrete.

The asphalt is also stronger and has a greater resistance to water.

But Kallendand said the price for replacing asphalt roof can be about double the cost for concrete.

Awnings can also be replaced in less than an hour.

A new roof will cost about twice the cost to replace a used roof.

The material that makes up a roof is also important.

“The material that we use is a different material than the material that you would find in a concrete roof,” Kaltand said.

A good example of a good material is aluminum, Kall said.

He said a new asphalt panel can be made from aluminum sheeting.

But because of the heat, the material can crack.

Kall and Kallands say that an asphalt roof is not a replacement for a roof that is already in place.

“In the last couple of years, there has been a lot of improvement in the technology that is being used to replace asphalt,” Kalmand said, adding that he hopes to see more technology advances in the coming years.

A previous story said the average cost of a roof was $10 per square foot.

This story has been updated to include the latest data from the National Foundation for the Roofing Industry.