Cost by Size of Roof
The biggest factor that will impact the cost of your new metal roof in Slidell is the size of your roof. While there are several things that affect the size of your roof, a good place to start is looking at the size of the footprint of your home.
- 1000 square foot roof: $8,700 to $12,200
- 1500 square foot roof: $13,050 to $18,300
- 2000 square foot roof: $17,400 to $24,400
- 2500 square foot roof: $21,750 to $30,500
- 3000 square foot roof: $26,100 to $36,600
- 3500 square foot roof: $30,450 to $42,700
Cost to Install a Metal Roof on Average Slidell Home
The average home in Slidell is around 2050 square feet. This means that, on average, it will cost around $17,835 to $25,010 to install a new metal roof on the average Slidell home.
How Pitch Affects Cost
Pitch refers to how steep a roof is. Roofers define pitch as the distance a roof travels vertically over a 12 inch horizontal span. Each pitch has a corresponding, industry-standard pitch multiplier that is used to determine how the pitch affects the total surface area of the roof. This is a simple equation: Square Footage of Footprint x Pitch Multiplier = Surface Area of Roof. Using that equation, we can use an easy, 1000 square foot base example to look at how the roof pitch will affect the surface area, and, in turn, the cost of the roof.
- 1000 square foot 3/12 roof: 1000 square feet x 1.031 pitch multiplier = 1031 square feet = $8,970 to $12,578
- 1000 square foot 9/12 roof: 1000 square feet x 1.25 pitch multiplier = 1250 = $10,875 to $15,250
It quickly becomes evident that pitch can play a large role in the ultimate cost of your metal roof installation in Slidell.
Other Factors that Impact Metal Roof Cost
The size and pitch of the roof aren’t the only factors that will impact the cost of your new metal roof installation – in fact, there are a multitude of factors that must be considered when determining the final cost.
The term metal roof encompasses many different materials, each of which has a different price point and different pros and cons. Some of the most popular metal roof materials are:
Metal roofs also come in different styles. The different metal roof systems can be made from different materials as well, and these combinations will impact the cost of your metal roof installation. Popular metal roof options are:
- Corrugated Metal Roofs
- Standing Seam Metal Roofs
- Metal Shingles
The complexity of your roof will greatly impact the cost of the roof’s installation. A simple, gabled roof will be less expensive than a roof that has multiple peaks, valleys, dormers, and other complexities.
Height of Roof
Do you have a sprawling ranch or beautiful two-story colonial? Even if the roof on these two homes are the same size by square, a two-story home will be more expensive to install.
New or Replacement
Whether your roof is being installed on a brand new home or it’s a tear off and replacement can have a large impact on the cost of your new roof. When a roof is being replaced there are costs associated with tearing off and disposing of the old roof that don’t exist for a brand new roof making it more expensive.
Are you ready to install a new metal roof on your Slidell home? Call Bergens Roofing in Slidell today for a free inspection and to discuss your options!