How Much Does a Roof Repair Cost? Written by Jonathan Whiting Updated on 4 August 2023 ✔ Repairing a damaged roof is essential to stop further costly damage✔ Prices of simple roof repair work start from £120✔ The average cost of a newly tiled roof is £4,952This article is about the cost of repairing your roof. Alternatively, read our guide on conservatory prices for information on what you might spend.Repairing your roof is crucial if you want to protect your family, your energy bills, and your long-term prospects of selling your house.The quicker you are to act, the better it'll be financially and in terms of your comfort levels.If you'd like to see how much a new conservatory roof would cost you, just fill in this quick form and get free quotes from trusted suppliers. What’s on this page?01 | What is the average price?02 | Can your roof be repaired?03 | What makes a roof repair more expensive?04 | Common reasons for a roof repair05 | Do you need your guttering repaired too?06 | Can you claim for a damaged roof on your house insurance?07 | How to find a roofing company What is the average price of a roof repair?Repairing your roof where damage has occurred is much cheaper than completely replacing the roof.However, if there is irreparable and extensive damage, re-roofing will be a better long-term investment than continual repairs.Common repair jobs include replacing tiles that have been damaged or that have been blown off in the wind. Replacing 10 tiles on a semi-detached house will cost between £135 – 220. Did You Know? New soffits and fascias will cost between £1,530–£2,890.The other parts of your roof which may need repairing over time are the soffits and fascias. Repairing these is more expensive than replacing tiles. For a semi-detached house, new soffits and fascias will cost between £1,530 – £2,890.The table below shows the typical price of different roof repair jobs.If you want to get free quotes from trusted local professionals, just complete this quick form.Type of roof repairAverage costAverage time required to complete repair workReplace 10 roof tiles on a typical two bedroom terraced house£120 – £2052 – 6 hoursReplace 10 roof tiles on a typical three bedroom semi-detached house£135 – £2202 – 6 hoursReplace soffits and fascias on a typical two bedroom terraced house£1,350 – £2,4652 – 4 daysReplace soffits and fascias on a typical three bedroom semi-detached house£1,530 – £2,8903 – 5 daysReplace soffits and fascias on a typical four bedroom detached house£1,965 – £3,1253 – 5 daysThe average cost of a totally new tiled roof is £4,952 – read more about new roofing costs. If your roof isn't doing its job, it needs replacing Can your roof be repaired?Not all roofs will need completely replacing and it’s worth doing an annual check to repair damage early.You might need a repair if your home is experiencing leaks caused by a damaged or missing tiles that may have blown off in the wind. You can also replace soffits and fascias without a complete re-roofing project.However, for homes that experience extensive leaking to the point where their roof is failing to keep out water and is evidently damaged beyond repair, replacing the entire roof might be necessary. In these situations, re-roofing will be a better long-term investment than continual repairs to the existing roof. What would make a roof repair more expensive?There are a few factors that will make installing a new roof more expensive. If scaffolding is required to carry out extensive work on a property of over one storey, more budget will be required given the time it takes to assemble.Other aspects that will ramp up the quote will be the choice of the material, how easy it is to access the roof, the size and the current state of the roof. Of course, there are also the costs for labour and removal of waste.If a roofer experiences any unseen problems during the project, the cost of the time it takes to sort them out could also drive up the price of the repair. If your roof is missing a tile, get it replaced What are the common reasons for a roof repair?There are a few reasons why you might need a repair. Loose, damaged or missing tiles may need replacing to avoid any leaks into your home.Your gutters will also age and get filled with dirt and debris that will need removing. The mounts which support the gutters will need resecuring if the weight of the debris has caused the gutter to sag. In some cases, the entire gutter may need replacing.Other aspects of the roof like the soffits and fascias, the underside of the roof and the cornicing around the edges, are also prone to ageing and wear and tear from weather.The same goes for the metal flashing around chimneys, vents and skylights. All of these roof parts can be repaired or replaced. Do you need your guttering repaired too?Your gutters channel rainwater, allowing it to run away from your homes walls and prevent weather damage. They are an integral part of your roof.Gutters will age and get filled with dirt and debris that will need removing. The mounts which support the gutters will need resecuring if the weight of the debris has caused the gutter to sag. Can you claim for a damaged roof on your house insurance?All policies are different and the best way to understand if your roof is covered by your insurer is to ask them directly.Many homeowner insurance policies cover roof damage but cover will depend on the age of your roof, where you live and the circumstances it was under when the damage occurred. How to find a roofing companyWe can help you get a bespoke quote from at least one trusted roofing contractor. Just fill in this free form and you can get on the path to repairing your roof, or getting a new one.And remember: Always agree the price, how this will be paid and the finish date before any work starts. Written by: Jonathan Whiting An eco hero with a head for numbers, Jon's data visualisation skills are legendary. Whether it's determining what countries will survive climate change or the animals most at risk from it, he has the planet's best interests at heart.