He claims he has two workers and that it is no more than a 3 day job. He claims to have done 25 squares a day. Who knows?
My materials breakdown was as follows:
23/32 Plywood at 18.95 a panel. Since the rafters are about 35" OC, I figure to be able to get only 4x6 usage out of each panel. With 10% more added for waste, I get 92 panels. At 19 each, that’s 1748 w/o a business discount or sales tax added.
Timberline (at Home Depot) 30 yr arch shingles to match another roof on the house. 15.95 a bundle. Guy at HD said it was about 55 a square with these. 20 x 16 is 1100.
2 rolls of Grace Ice shield at 110 each = 220
6 rolls 15lb felt at 17 =102
150’ of 4.5" drip edge comes to about 50
Nails, I just put down 100
Lumber fior sistering rafter tips or wall plates (if needed), shadow board, and anything else wood-wise 500
Chimney flashing & step flashing (Couldn’t find stuff at either HD or Lowes so I figured in 200.
All that comes to 4020.
I have no idea was it would cost him to dump this stuff. Half of the house is crappy metal (aluminum) roofing installed in the 60’s, and the other half is 2 layers of asphalt shingles. A guy down the road would take all the metal roofing for free, and since it’s the wet season here, I could get a burn permit to burn all of the plank decking that needs to come off.
I don’t know…maybe my figures are way off. Anyway…here it is April 4th, and I have to go out and shovel!