What Is The List Of Every Line Item Possible For Roof Replacements From Insurance Cos.?
I am not asking the rates, because they vary, but what specific individual line items can you think of when doing a complete residential roof replacement.
I will seek someone afterwards for the Xactimate or Power Claim regional unit prices.
Is a salesmans commission part of the job? It IS an actual Job Cost, isn’t it? A commissioned salesman only earns when jobs are sold.
How does OSHA compliance safety subpart-M issues get calculated into the job scope. Heck, anything with an eave edge over 6 feet above the ground requires a minimum of bottom of the roof toe boards and cleats, right?
Dumpster Fee per job, not being re-used on another project.
Tear-off, One Layer or multiple layers
Staples take longer to remove, so does a previously stapled roof get paid higher.
Pulling out all old roofing nails versus banging them in.
Exhaust vent products.
B-Vent re-seating and water-profing the flange.
Chimney flashings on masonry structures.
Simulated chimney surrounds, like Majestic Chimney tops.
Like kind and quality shingle off and priced for same going on.
15# or 30# felt paper.
Ice and water shield, 3 feet minimum and at least 24" past the exterior heated walls. Code required or only if they have it already.
Plywood decking removal and replacement.
Securing interior attic insulation from blowing out of position when roof deck sheathing is removed.
Sistering in rafters.
Gutter Eave Edge Gutter Apron flashings.
Rake Edge ODE, T-Style Drip edge.
Starter course shingles on eaves.
Bleeder strip starters on rake edges.
Plumbing Vent pipe flashings, remove and replace.
Fascia board remove and replace, 1" x 4", 1" x 6", 1" x 8", etc…
Aluminum gutters remove and replace and downspout leader pipes.
Gutter screening or gutter leaf guard protection.
Powered Exhaust Vents.
Carpenter ant discovery and removal and remediation.
Wet insulation removal and replacement.
Temporary overnight tarping. Per square foot or unit pricing per job?
Skinny Rabbit Runs on 12/12 next to dormers. Total square footage is Zilch, but difficulty factor is way up there and very time consuming.
Step flashing, (baby tin), removal and re-setting or replacement.
Steep pitch charge at what point does this come into play.
2 story or 3rd story charges.
Degree of difficulty for close access to the home for disposal of debris.
Daily take down and resetup fees to keep equipment tidy rather than leaning haphazardly on someones home.
Skylight re-setting or replacement.
Bay window roofs. Once again, it is small square footage, but a pain in the butt to have someone do as quickly as the same square footage on the roof.
Gable returns. Very small and very much a PITA. There are all sorts of names for this architectural anomally, but I think you know what I mean.
Hip and or gable roof waste factors. (Aren’t roofs with valleys, the same as an inverted hip roof and requires additional waste factor calculations?
Various methods of obtaining the line item for Overhead and Profit and what do they add on from various carriers?
Okay, that is a start off the top of my head.
What other line items can be added to this list, that should be looked for and separately listed out for every roof done through the insurance company estimating softwares.