Metal Roofing

Estimates

Calculating the best metal roof for your building can be a daunting and tiring process, especially if you’re working on a smaller budget or haven’t expected it to cost a buck or two. Many potential clients wince at the prices our metal roof and move to the cheaper option without reasoning much. Its quite ironic because, the cheaper the metal roofing is, the cheaper the material will be and therefore, it will cost you more in the long run because this would mean, more maintenance and possibly need to be replaced or repaired more often in the long run.

As such, we have created this blog to makes things easier for you by explaining a few things and help you understand why things are the way they are. So here are a few quick ideas as to how much metal roofing may cost. And the best metal roofing to choose when wanting to install one.

Copper

While this being the most expensive because of the process it takes to be built, it is one of the strongest as well. It can last for more than 100 years if they are properly installed and taken care of. The cost price can range from 10 to 20 dollars per square foot. So yes, they are costly indeed, but are they worth its price? Absolutely.

Zince

For strength and durability, zince is a good option to go for. Estimating from 4 to 10 dollars per square foot, they offer you strength and versatility. The great thing about zince is, they are much more readily than copper. So they’re much easier and quicker to get a hold of.

Steel Alloys

These materials are widely used and they hold the most variable in terms of price range. They range from anywhere between 5 to 12 dollars per square foot.

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