Roof Replacement Cost in Muskego & New Berlin

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Roof Pricing Factors

The main factor in determining the cost of a new roof or a roof replacement is the surface area. Larger roofs require more material and more labor. Use our pricing estimator above for a rough price range estimate for your roof. For a precise estimate, call or submit a form today to schedule a free estimate. All our roof replacement projects are completed between 2-4 weeks.

The second main factor in determining the cost of a new roof is the type of material used. Asphalt shingles have maintained their popularity through the years due to their cheaper costs and lifespan. When installed correctly, they are able to last for 20-30 years, making them a great investment. Metal roofs have higher material and installation costs, but on average can last 40 years. Contact one of our roofing experts to see what best fits your needs and your budget.

The style of the roof also plays a factor in roof replacement costs. Plain style open gable roofs are the simplest and cheapest to replace. Intersections, hips, and dormers require additional time and labor, which increase the price.

The steepness of the roof also factors into the cost of replacing a roof.  Roofs that are too steep to walk require extra safety precautions that add to the overall time and labor when replacing a roof.


Roof replacement jobs are able to be done during the spring, summer, fall, and early winter.  Summer is the busiest time of the year for roof replacements, and you may see slight price increases during the busier times of the year. We also schedule roofing projects in advance for the spring season. Contact us today to begin the estimate process.  


Average Roof Replacement Cost in Muskego & New Berlin

Small simple asphalt roofs under 1,000 square feet on average cost between $3,000 and $4,000. Roofs with multiple hips and valleys over 2,000 square on average cost around $22,000. Metal roofs are typically 2.5 - 3 times as expensive as asphalt shingles.

Wisconsin City

Average Roof Replacement Cost


$7,962 - $17,500


$8,976 - $17,953


$7,032 - $14,065


$9,101 - $18,202


$10,508 - $21,016

Mt. Pleasant

$9,384 - $18,768

Oak Creek

$8,029 - $16,059


$5,999 - $11,999


$10,508 - $21,016

South Milwaukee

$6,392 - $12,784


$8,494 - $16,989

How Long Will a New Roof Last? 

The longevity of your Southeast Wisconsin roof is laregly determined by what type of material is used. Other factors, such as weather and maintenance patterns, also play determining factors.

  • Asphalt shingles are the most common choice for roofing because of their lower cost and generally last about 15-30 years.
  • Clay and concrete tiles are more expensive than asphalt shingles, but they tend to last much longer - about 50-100 years.
  • Slate and metal roofing are the most durable and energy-efficient. Not only that, they can last an incredibly long time. A well-maintained slate or metal roof lasts between 40 and 200 years.

Southeast Wisconsin Roof Replacement Costs by City

The average cost of a new roof in Southeast Wisconsin is $12,670, but the actual cost depends on where you live. Roofs in less populated areas – such as Kneeland, WI and Raymond, WI – tend to be more expensive. Larger communities like South Milwaukee, WI and Racine, WI will generally enjoy lower costs.

Muskego, Wisconsin

The average cost to replace a roof in Muskego, Wisconsin is $12,731, and usually, a new roof will range in price between $7,962 - $17,500.

Caledonia, Wisconsin

In Caledonia, Wisconsin, the average roof replacement cost is $13,464.50. Expect to pay between $8,976 - $17,953 for a new roof. 

Cudahy, Wisconsin

Residents of Cudahy, Wisconsin spend an average of $10,548.50 to replace their homes’ roofs. The average price range is $7,032 - $14,065 in Cudahy.

Franklin, Wisconsin

In Franklin, Wisconsin, the average roof replacement cost is $13,651.50. Franklin, Wisconsin homeowners generally see roof replacement prices between $9,101 and $18,202.

Kneeland, Wisconsin

Prices for a new roof in Kneeland, Wisconsin are usually between $10,508 and $21,016. That averages out to $15,762 for a roof replacement and is tied for the most expensive due to its relatively rural location.

Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin

In Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin, the average cost to replace a roof is $14,076 with a range of $9,384 - $18,768.

Oak Creek, Wisconsin

The average price to replace a roof in Oak Creek, Wisconsin is $12,044. The normal price range is $8,029 - $16,059.

Racine, Wisconsin

Racine, Wisconsin is the least expensive major city in the Southeast Wisconsin area for new roof replacements, averaging out at $8,999. Homeowners can expect to pay between $5,999 and $11,999.

Raymond, WI

Raymond, WI is among the most expensive locations for a new roof – on average, it will cost $15,762, or between $10,508 - $21,016. Raymond, Wisconsin is tied with Kneeland, Wisconsin for the highest roof replacement price in Southeast Wisconsin.

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Due to its proximity to a large metropolitan area, the average cost to replace a roof in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin is relatively low at $9,588. The price to replace a South Milwaukee roof generally falls between $6,392 and $12,784.

Sturtevant, Wisconsin

The average cost to replace a roof in Sturtevant, Wisconsin is $12,741.50 with a price range of $8,494 - $16,989.