Skylight Repair Cost
On average, homeowners will spend between $300-$500 on skylight repairs, according to HomeAdvisor. One of the most common repairs associated with skylights is water damage. Leaking skylights that have not been properly installed can cause water damage to your attic, roof, insulation and foundation. Let’s take a look at some more repair factors and costs.
Average Cost Of Skylight Repair
While the typical price tag of most repairs is between $300-$500, homeowners can spend upward of $400 to replace the seals and flashing. On the lower end, it is possible to pay around $100 for simple dome or flashing repairs. If you need to replace the entire unit, though, this could cost up to $1,925.
Estimates are for basic repairs performed by professionals. These estimates are not a substitute for written quotes from professionals, though. It is recommended to contact several professional repair companies, acquiring multiple quotes before making a decision.
Cost estimates typically include the following:
- Material costs.
- Equipment delivery and transportation necessary for the repair.
- Labor costs per hour.
There are a variety of factors that can cause the repair project to either increase or decrease in price.
These factors include:
- Removal, repair, HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems costs.
- Testing and remediation.
- Experience level of the contractor.
- Materials/supplies tax.
- Permit and/or inspection fees.
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