When it comes to metal roofing, so many homeowners think it is going to be extremely expensive to do. Not only that, but they wonder if benefits that come with metal roofing might be worth the cost. Generally, metal roofing costs more than traditional roofing materials like asphalt. But the benefits of metal roofing offset the price that you pay initially for installation.
While the price of a metal roof depends on many different factors, it is important to note that there is a general guideline you can follow to get a good ballpark estimate of the roofing that needs to be done on your home, big or small.
- Inexpensive metal roofing usually costs around $2 per square foot to put on a home.
Not only that, but the size, shape and slope of the roof can also affect the price that you pay at the end. The best way to go about finding out the price of a metal roof to be placed on your home is to speak with the metal roofing company themselves. You want to know how much they’d charge you to cover your home, and you should be able to get a price quote at no cost.
Keep in mind that metal roofing has benefits that over time will make its cost more comparative to asphalt roofing. In fact, due to its long life, over time a metal roof can actually be cheaper than an asphalt roof. Here are some additional ways you can save some cash to have that metal roof installed on your home.
As a licensed Minnesota roofing contractor, Quarve provides estimates and inspections on roofs in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. All you have to do is call us to make an appointment. Based on the size, shape and slope of your roof, we can give you a more accurate estimate of how much adding a metal roof to your home might be.Call today to learn more about adding a metal roof to the top of your home, so you can have a roof that is able to last for 40 or more years to come. Providing roofing installation and repair service to zip codes like 55406, 55407, 55408, 55409, 55414, 55417 and other surrounding Twin Cities areas.
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