Roof Tarping and Storm Restoration
Florida law protects homeowners from price gouging by unethical roofers and contractors by capping the amount that insurance will pay for tarps by square foot. If you pay more, be aware that your insurance company may only pay a portion of the cost based on the rates that they offer.
Transparency is important to us at Roof Commander. Our tarp pricing is based on the rates from the Xactimate Software System. Below you will find examples of tarp pricing based on the most common tarp sizes. We have calculated the per square foot rate x the square footage of the tarp. This means no matter the size of the job you can rest assured your pricing is fair and aligns with rates offered by insurance. In addition to the cost of the tarp, we have outlined our service call fees.
In a time of uncertainty and stress, you deserve no haggle pricing. While some roofing contractors may advertise the price of the tarp, they may not disclose their service charges until it’s too late.
Do not let unlicensed companies and contractors make repairs to your roof. Nailing a tarp to your roof can result in additional leaks and future damage that can be avoided with professional installation.
Roof Commander is licensed and insured to take care of your roof, and will take the necessary steps to prevent additional damage until permanent replacement is made. This includes using sandbags to keep tarps in place and to prevent leaks. If you have any questions about our tarping process or prices, you can certainly contact us!
Please see the chart below for Roof Commander tarp pricing: