Oregon Roof Cost Calculator Roof Replacement Prices & Cost Factors

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Oregon roof replacement and installation prices
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How Much Does a New Roof Cost in Oregon?

On average, a new roof in Oregon will cost between $9,300 and $27,200. The final cost will depend on the size of the roof, the chosen materials, and the slope of the roof. The roofing contractor you choose also makes a difference - the quality of materials, workmanship, and potential warranties will factor into the final cost. 

Roof Replacement Cost Factors:

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    Roof Size

    The square footage of your roof will dictate the amount of necessary roofing materials.

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    Roof Slope

    A steep roof with a higher slope requires roofing professionals to use more specialized equipment and can raise costs.

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    Type of Roof

    Composition/asphalt shingles are the most affordable roofing material. Other residential and commercial roofing materials can cost up to 3 times more per square foot depending on the shingle manufacturer and material quality.

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    Time of Year

    Late spring through early fall is the busiest time of year for roofing companies, projects in busy seasons may have higher costs due to higher demand.

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    Current Roof Conditions

    A good roofer won’t install a new roof on a home with underlying damage to the roof deck or surrounding structures. Repairs before beginning the reroofing process will raise overall costs.

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    Labor Rates

    Different roofing companies have unique hourly labor rates. Interstate Roofing factors labor rates into your free estimate.

Average Roof Replacement Cost in Your Area

The roof replacement costs in the below table are based on the average home square footage in each Oregon or Washington city. Try our roof cost calculator or contact us to get the most accurate cost estimate for your home. 

City Average Roof Cost
Portland, OR $9,600 - $13,000 The average roof replacement in Portland will cost between $9,600 and $13,000. Portland residents can expect to pay about $11,300 for a new roof.
Beaverton, OR $14,400 - $17,000 On average, a roof replacement in Beaverton costs $14,400 to $17,000. Homeowners in Beaverton should budget approximately $15,700 for a new roof.
Dallas, OR $9,600 - $13,000 In Dallas, a roof replacement costs roughly $11,300. The average price ranges from $9,600 to $13,000.
Forest Grove, OR $14,400 - $17,000 Forest Grove residents pay an average of $14,400 to $17,000 for a roof replacement. Homeowners can expect a typical price of approximately $15,700.
Gresham, OR $14,400 - $17,000 The average roof replacement cost in Gresham is between $14,400 and $17,000. Homeowners in Gresham pay about $15,700 for a new roof.
Hillsboro, OR $14,400 - $17,000 Homeowners can expect to pay between $14,400 and $17,000 for a roof replacement in Hillsboro. The average cost of a new roof in Hillsboro is $15,700.
Lake Oswego, OR $18,000 - $21,000 The average roof replacement in Lake Oswego costs between $18,000 and $21,000. Lake Oswego homeowners can expect to pay approximately $19,500 for a new roof.
Milwaukie, OR $18,000 - $21,000 Milwaukie homeowners can expect to pay $18,000 to $21,000 for a roof replacement. The average cost is approximately $19,500.
Oregon City, OR $14,400 - $17,000 On average, a roof replacement in Oregon City will cost between $14,400 to $17,000. Oregon City residents should expect to pay roughly $15,700.
Tigard, OR $14,400 - $17,000 In Tigard, the average roof replacement will cost between $14,400 and $17,000. Homeowners can expect to pay approximately $15,700.
Tualatin, OR $14,400 - $17,000 The average roof replacement in Tualatin costs about $15,700. Tualatin residents can expect to pay between $14,400 and $17,000.
West Linn, OR $18,000 - $21,000 Homeowners can expect to pay between $18,000 and $21,000 for a roof replacement in West Linn. The average cost of a new roof is about $19,500.
Wilsonville, OR $14,400 - $17,000 On average, a roof replacement in Wilsonville costs roughly $15,700. Homeowners can expect a price range of between $14,400 and $17,000.
Woodburn, OR $18,000 - $21,000 The average roof replacement in Woodburn costs between $18,000 and $21,000. Woodburn homeowners can plan on paying approximately $19,500 for a new roof.
Vancouver, WA $14,400 - $17,000 Vancouver homeowners pay about $15,700 for a roof replacement. On average, a new roof in Vancouver costs between $14,400 and $17,000.

The above roof replacement costs are estimates based on the average home sizes in Oregon and may not resemble the cost of your roof. For an exact quote, contact Interstate Roofing.

New roof replacement in Oregon

Oregon Roof Pricing: Fun Fact

According to the United States Census Bureau, there are 1,859,387 housing units in Oregon as of 2022. Approximately 63.2% (1,175,132) of homes in Oregon are owner-occupied. The median value of all owner-occupied homes in Oregon is approximately $423,100. According to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, a new roof can provide a 109% return on investment. Considering an average roof replacement cost of $9,300 - $27,200, the roof of a median-sized home in Oregon accounts for roughly 2.1% to 6.4% of the home’s total value. 

Roof Cost By Roof Type

The roofing material you choose is one of the largest factors influencing the final cost. Composition (or asphalt) shingles are the most popular roofing material in the US because of their versatility and low price point. Designer asphalt shingles provide the same durability as standard asphalt shingles at a higher price point for high-end designs mimicking stone or cedar shake roofing. The price ranges below reflect the average cost of a roof replacement on an average-sized Oregon home (1,780 sq ft). 

  • Composition (Asphalt): $9,309 - $15,521
  • Designed Asphalt: $16,305 - $27,163

Average New Roof Costs by Roof Size (Square Footage):

Roof Sq. Ft.Roof Cost
1000 Sq.Ft. $5,230 - $15,260
1100 Sq.Ft. $5,753 - $16,786
1200 Sq.Ft. $6,276 - $18,312
1300 Sq.Ft. $6,799 - $19,838
1400 Sq.Ft. $7,322 - $21,364
1500 Sq.Ft. $7,845 - $22,890
1600 Sq.Ft. $8,368 - $24,416
1700 Sq.Ft. $8,891 - $25,942
1800 Sq.Ft. $9,414 - $27,468
1900 Sq.Ft. $9,937 - $28,994
2000 Sq.Ft. $10,460 - $30,520

How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Roof On a 2,200 Square Foot House? 

The cost of replacing a 2,200 sq ft roof in Oregon is $11,506 - $33,572. The average square footage of a home in Oregon is approximately 1,780 square feet. 

2,200 square foot roof replacement project in Oregon

Ways To Pay For A New Roof in Oregon

  • Cash Roof Payment Method

    Paying for a new roof with cash or check is a simple upfront payment method. You’ll cover the entire cost of the roof in one lump sum.

  • Credit Card Roof Payment

    Using a credit card for a new roof can be advantageous, especially if your card offers reward points and cash-back bonuses. Be aware, paying with a credit card can also bring 2.5% convenience fees.

  • Umbrella Insurance Roof Payment

    For weather-related roof damage, contact your homeowners’ insurance to file a claim for the damages. Your insurance will likely cover either a portion or the entire cost of your new roof.

  • Roof Financing Payment Method

    Interstate Roofing offers affordable roof financing options for residential roofing projects. Financing allows customers to pay for a project with small monthly payments instead of one large lump sum.

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