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Old 11-27-2019, 05:41 PM
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Hi, I'm thinking of buying a CV that was built in 2004. Trying to figure out what to budget for things that will eventually need to be replaced. This one doesn't qualify for insurance-funded roof replacement. Anyone have recent experience with the cost of this kind of roof? The heated square footage is 1132 plus the garage. Thanks
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Old 11-27-2019, 05:44 PM
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If you get a good, honest roofer, it should be about $5,000. McGinnis is a good one.
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Old 11-27-2019, 05:49 PM
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Hi, I'm thinking of buying a CV that was built in 2004. Trying to figure out what to budget for things that will eventually need to be replaced. This one doesn't qualify for insurance-funded roof replacement. Anyone have recent experience with the cost of this kind of roof? The heated square footage is 1132 plus the garage. Thanks
An educated guess would be approx. $6500. That's approx. what my neighbors are paying now. Priced by the square (10'X10') I would think yours is about 22 sq. Ask for the price per square when getting estimates. They measure your roof from the office now by satellite.
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My insurance just cut us a check for $12500 for 1350 sq ft villa.
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My insurance just cut us a check for $12500 for 1350 sq ft villa.
Enjoy spending what is left over. A number of years ago the back roof of our home up north came down after 3 large wet snow storms within a couple weeks. Fortunately it wasn't over a living area. The insurance company took great care of us and gave us a check for almost TWICE the cost to fix it. They sent out their own adjuster who came up with the price (we didn't even hire a public adjuster). They were quite generous.
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Have the same size cyv i think we paid somewhere between $5500 and $6000.
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All done in the past 6 months
Roof $6500 Justin Shoemaker 5 star Roofing excellent Job.
A/c $6000 14 SER by Holiday A/C CO best price and another great contractor.
You’ll love the the CYV life.
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Thanks for the roofing info. We have a 1150 sq ft Austin. I figured around 6500. Got new furnace this year from Amun’s. 5000 and got 600 rebate from seco
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I would get it done earlier rather than later, if Governor De Santis is serious about his intentions regarding illegals.
Labor around TV. could become rather expensive in the near future!
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My insurance just cut us a check for $12500 for 1350 sq ft villa.
And this is why insurance premiums are going up!
Know a friend who’s insurance company recently cut a check for over 10K for a patio villa roof!
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And this is why insurance premiums are going up!
Know a friend who’s insurance company recently cut a check for over 10K for a patio villa roof!
Agree, and with so called hail damage. Pea size hail don’t damage roof. Any money left over should be returned to insurance company, but I doubt it would trickledown.
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We need a roof and just did leg work for you. (Courtyard villa). Range is from $8500 to $12,000. We had 5 quotes. Not expecting return from insurance. We are going with the guy to told us honestly that in Florida sun, a roof is good for 15-20 years. Don’t need a 50 year warranty!!

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Any money left over should be returned to insurance company, but I doubt it would trickledown.
If someone actually tried to do that, after laughing their a$$ off, the insurance company likely wouldn't have a clue as to what to do with the returned unused money. It would probably go towards a Christmas party for the CEO. I once tried to return something to Macy's that they shipped me 2 of and after 5 phone calls and 2hrs of my time I just gave up and kept it. They actually wanted ME to pay to send it back.
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If you get a good, honest roofer, it should be about $5,000. McGinnis is a good one.
I used McGinnis Builders (352-266-9403) 2 years ago and it was around that for 1,286 sq. ft. Excellent work. Got a wind mitigation inspection after that and inspector was impressed with the work. Submitted it to homeowner's insurance company and got a reduction in premium.
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