We are replacing a lot of different things in our home and the first thing to go is an old and leaky roof. How much is a new flat roof? Our home is about 20 years old and a one story ranch that's about 2500 square feet.
Answered: 2019-05-31 00:14:46
It depends on which type of flat roof material you select but on average any of your metal roofs are lightweight, durable, fire-resistant and don't rot. Most professional roofers charge about $5,100-$22,000 for steel roofing on a one-story ranch-style house. If you use aluminum it runs $11,900-$24,200 for the same roof; and if you use copper it jumps to $25,500-$39,600. description
It depends on what kind of flat roof you want to buy. Obviously, your flat roof material contributes to the final price of your roofing project. Thin corrugated or ribbed finish metal prices at $1.10 to about $4.10 per square foot. If you use galvanized steel sheets in corrugated or ribbed finishes the cost per square foot is from $1.80 to $3.20 plus installation. Then just take that amount based on your roofs total area. And use the factor of length x width. Add some extra unknown costs and you'll have a close budget to what you'll need. description
The average cost for a flat roof runs about $4800 for 1200 feet so you can figure it from there if you're using a modified bitumon. Your labor in general terms runs between two to three dollar per square foot on a flat roof. It will take about two to three days to finish working about 20 hours overall if you're paying by the hour. description
We only install the rubber flat roofs but they are of premium quality and our per square foot range is between $7 per square foot and $13 per square foot. At the end of the day you'll pay about $700 and $1,300 per square needed for TPO. TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin. It’s a type of rubber-plastic compound specifically designed for roofing durability and our superior roofing product lasts between 15 to 20 years. description
Metal flat roofs are the best because they are very long lasting and are fire resistant. some even work in hail and wind and are able to withstand alot. But some of the flat metal roofs have a higher initial cost than let's say your average shingle. It averages out to a square footage cost of
$3.50-$11 installed. description
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