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I just had a quick question, I am replacing a woodruff roof for a client of mine, the insurance is paying around $550 a square.. she doesn't want our usual asphalt shingle.. she prefers a tile or something similar to a tile type of look.. does anybody know a cheaper brand of tile?? Are there cheaper rubber roof composites?
 

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You are in a middle market with the Woodruff roof product.

There won't be much room at the insurance settlement price for much other than a composition shingle(asphalt).

Stone coated steel or other steel roof shingles might be an option and will cost a bit more.

The synthetic wood or synthetic slate market could eat up your entire insurance payout in materials alone. Labor for a good installation is significantly higher than that of composites as well.

A post in the introductions would be appropriate.
 
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