Roofing Material Price Increase

At Final Cut Roofing and Construction, LLC we are committed to providing our customers with the most up-to-date pricing. During the peak roofing season from March to October, we regularly receive roofing material price increase announcements from our local distributors. We believe that it’s a very important step in building trust with our customers to relay this information as quickly and as accurately as possible. We understand that a significant price increase will effect our customers purchase decision and we want to help you make the best decision the first time!

Insurance Claims Assistance

If you’ve received your insurance settlement for a roof replacement, or for a roof repair, prior to a roofing material price increase announcement, we can help! As licensed insurance adjusters, we are experts in dealing with insurance companies. With our Insurance Claims Assistance program we can help you in filing a Supplement Claim with your insurance company and recover the difference of the price increase. We will walk you through the process step by step and ensure that you will not be financially obligated to pay even a single additional unnecessary penny out of your pocket. Call us today for more details on how we can help you with your claim.

Please visit our website periodically as in some cases prices may change on very short notice.

Below you will find a list of roofing material price increase announcements dating back 12 months.

Useful Insurance Tip:

DID YOU KNOW, that in the state of Texas, your insurance company is only legally obligated to provide you with one year (365 days) to file your home owner’s insurance claim from the date of loss (date of storm)? Did you know that you have up to two years to make arrangements for the repairs and to collect all of your insurance proceeds? Know your rights! Read more about our Insurance Claims Assistance here.


 

Effective April 9th,2012

Received March 9th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 5% to 15% depending on the products. The major factors that have caused this early price increase are the recent tornado storms throughout the Midwest and South, along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Material Price Increase Announcement Bradco/ABC April 9th

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Effective April 16th,2012

Received March 30th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 10% to 20% depending on the products. The major factors that have caused this early price increase are the recent tornado storms throughout the Midwest and South, along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Material Price Increase Announcement Shelters April 16th

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Effective June 11th,2012

Received May 8th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 4% to 9% depending on the products. The major factors that have caused this early price increase are the recent tornado storms throughout the Midwest and South, along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Material Price Increase Announcement ABC/Shelters June 11th

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Effective June 4th,2012

Received May 8th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 10% to 20% depending on the products. The major factors that have caused this early price increase are the recent tornado storms throughout the Midwest and South, along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Materials Price Increase Shelters June 4th

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Effective August,2012

Received July 20th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 10% to 20% depending on the products. The major factors that are contributors to the escalating price is supply and demand from numerous storms , along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Materials Price Increase Shelters August 2012

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Effective September,2012

Received August 30th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of raw materials and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 10% to 20% depending on the products. The major factors that are contributors to the escalating price is supply and demand from numerous storms , along with the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Materials Price Increase  Shelters September 2012

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Effective March 1st,2013

Received January 18th, 2012

All major manufacturers have announced a material price increase due to the escalating cost of petroleum and transportation. The price increase is expected to range between 10% to 14% depending on the products. The major factors that are contributors to the escalating price is the uncertainty of oil prices. The material price increase memo is available for you to down load below.

Roofing Material Price Increase Announcement March 1st, 2013

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