The cost to install a new metal roof in Bloomington is dependent on many different factors. The average cost for a metal roof in Bloomington is between $19,000 to $22,000 with the average home size being around 2400 square feet. The installation cost for a new metal roof is between $8.00 to $9.00 per square foot or $800 to $900 per square. As mentioned, the cost of your metal roof installation will be dependent on a variety of factors – when you’re ready to discuss you specific needs, call DinoRoof in Bloomington to schedule your free inspection!
Size of the Roof
The size of your roof is one of the most important factors in determining how much it will cost to install a metal roof on your Bloomington home. The size of the roof is not equal to the size of your home, but is actually determined by the footprint of your home. If you know the general square footage of your home’s footprint you can use the following ranges to determine the likely cost of your roof installation.
- 1000 square foot roof: $8,000 to $9,000
- 1500 square foot roof: $12,000 to $13,500
- 2000 square foot roof: $16,000 to $18,000
- 2500 square foot roof: $20,000 to $22,500
- 3000 square foot roof: $24,000 to $27,000
How Pitch Affects Roof Size
The flat surface area of your roof doesn’t give an accurate measure of the roofs actual size. The pitch, or steepness, of the roof can greatly affect the size of the roof. As the pitch gets steeper, the surface area of the roof increases. Pitch is measured as the number of inches a roof rises vertically over a 12 inch vertical span, and each pitch has a corresponding multiplier that is used to measure how it impacts the size of the roof. Using a 1000 square foot home as a footprint we can see from a simple example how important pitch is:
- 1000 square foot 3/12 roof: 1000 square foot x 1.031 pitch multiplier = 1031 square foot roof = $8,248 to $9,279
- 1000 square foot 9/12 roof: 1000 square foot x 1.25 pitch multiplier = 1250 square foot roof = $10,000 to $11,250
Metal Roofing Materials
The material of your roof will also have a large impact on the cost to install your metal roof. Some of the most popular metal roof material chooses in Bloomington are:
Aluminum Metal Roof
Aluminum is the least expensive option for a metal roof in Bloomington. It’s very malleable which makes it easy to shape. This, combined with its light weight makes it easy to install. It’s also very durable with a long lifespan. Unfortunately, aluminum suffers from a lack of curb appeal, so, while it’s very cost effective it’s not very attractive.
Copper Metal Roof
Copper is the most expensive metal roofing material and is considered a luxury roofing material. Copper roofs are exceptionally beautiful and durable as well as being sustainable. Copper is available in panels or shingles.
Steel Metal Roof
Steel roofs are popular for their long life and durability. They’re easy to install and endlessly customizable with the ability to be shaped to look like other, more expensive materials.
Metal Roof Panel Types
Metal roofing is typically installed either in continuous panels or as metal shingles. Metal roofing panels are one of the most popular metal roofing applications in Bloomington.
Corrugated Metal Roof
Corrugated metal roofs are the classic metal roof look. They’re durable and stable and can be paired with both modern and traditional exterior designs. Corrugated metal is easy to work with and install and is a less expensive panel option.
Standing Seam Metal Roof
Standing seam metal roofs are a very popular choice for Bloomington homeowners. Standing seam roofs are curved and shaped on site which guarantees a perfect fit for your roof right from the start. The concealed fasteners on standing seam roofs make them very durable and prevent leaks with their watertight capabilities.
Ready to get your metal roof installed on your Bloomington home? Call DinoRoof, today, for a free inspection and to discuss your options!
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