The Cost Of Metal Roofing In Oklahoma City
Below we’ve provided you with a guide on how much you can expect to pay for metal roof installation in the Oklahoma City area.
This is how much you can expect to pay for your Oklahoma City roof line:
- 1,000 sf. roof / 10 squares = $6,200 to $9,600
- 1,500 sf. roof / 15 squares = $9,300 to $14,400
- 2,000 sf. roof / 20 squares = $12,400 to $19,200
- 2,500 sf. roof / 25 squares = $15,500 to $24,000
- 3,000 sf. roof / 30 squares = $18,600 to $28,800
- 3,500 sf. roof / 35 squares = $21,700 to $33,600
Request a quote to receive a more accurate estimate for your metal roof installation.
Here you’ll find some details on the types of metal that you can install on your rooftop:
Corrugated Metal Roofing
- Directs water off of your roof.
- Corrugation runs perpendicular to steel grooves to enhance strength.
- Corrugated metal is prefabricated and cost-effective.
- Galvanized steel rolled into a pattern.
- Lightweight, corrosion-resistant, durable, and easily transported.
- Patterns may vary, corrugated metal is stacked like tile.
- The most popular styles of corrugated metal are U-panel and R-panel.
Standing-Seam Metal Roofing
- Aesthetic standing seam also protects the fasteners.
- Choose a specific seam type based on climate to protect your building.
- Come in snap-lock, mechanical lock, and batten panel seal types.
- Durable and cost-effective.
- Each seal type provides different protection.
- Seams stand up higher than the roof itself due to interlocking panels.
- Wide range of colors, lengths, widths, thicknesses, and seam types offered.
The Pros and Cons of A New Metal Roof
We understand that the roof you choose for your home or business is an important decision. Below you’ll find some points to consider to inform your choice better.
Pros Of Metal Roofing
- Durability: You can count on metal roofs to withstand the elements—including gusts of wind up to 140 miles per hour—and not corrode or crack thanks to rust-proof coatings.
- Longevity: A properly installed metal roof will last as long as the house, with an expected lifespan of 40 to 70 years and, often. (By contrast, traditional asphalt roofing typically lasts 12 to 20 years.)
- Sustainability: Metal roofs can be fully recycled at the end of their service life, with materials such as steel able to do so without losing strength or durability.
Cons Of Metal Roofing
- Noisy: Unless sheathed or insulated, (which can add to the total cost of your roof) metal roofing can add increasing noise to your home, particularly during rain and thunderstorms.
- Upfront Costs: Higher-end metal roofing materials can run over 10 times the cost of asphalt, and that’s not taking installation costs into account.
Have questions about whether or not a metal roof is right for your home? Are you ready to start your Oklahoma City home’s new metal roof installation? Now’s a perfect time! Don’t delay, give Tusk Roofing in Oklahoma City a call today!