Every homeowner wonders how much will he spend on a new metal roofing system. There are several features that need to be considered when choosing the material required. Average, you can pay from $5.50 to $12.00 per square foot, all depending on the material used. This is a wide price range, so the regular metal shingle can cost from $7.00 to $10.00 per square foot when installed. The price of the seam metal roof is between $9.00 to $12.00. If you choose corrugated steel roof, the price range varies from $3.00 to $6.00.


STANDING SEAM: have  vertical panels and concealed fasteners

CORRUGED STEEL PANELS: have vertical panels and exposed fasteners.

METAL SHINGLES needs to be  horizontally installed and interlock the metal panels that can  imitate wood, tile or slate.

STONE COATED STEEL TILES AND SHINGLES: have heavy gauge steel panels that are coated with crushed stones powder.

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Each of the metal roof systems has its own components and accessories which are needed to be used so the system may function. They are all similar in nature but are very different. The cost of materials includes a normal set of slashings that come in a set. But if you have a cut-up roof, you will have to use more flashings which increase the cost for your Houston home


The metals can cost about $265 (standard colors) to $375+ (premium and multi-tone colors) shingles.


The price of this metal can vary from $120 to 150 per square and has the biggest amount of available flashing. It is important to know that corrugated roofing is not made to be used on the complex roofing systems.


The price is between $350 to 425 per square and does not include the battens. These systems also need their designed flashing accessories. With the material, you will also need to install the battens on the horizontal side for the installation. This material is usually made of the 22 GA steel, and you will need a special shear for cutting (the price is from $500 to 700)


Standing seam roofs are the most popular in the USA. The price is about $265 for 24 GA steel, and .032 aluminum can cost about $325


It is made of the seam, but you can find a copper tile, shingle, and slate types. The cost for the listed materials are volatile and can change up or down depending on the market throughout the year. The approximate price is  from $700 to $900+ per square of copper or zinc standing seam with accessories.


The materials need to be chosen carefully. There are several features you should know, like the weather conditions, the area conditions of the place you live in, the house structure type. For any queries, the best would be to contact a professional and licensed Houston metal roofer to help you to choose the best metal roofing material according to your house and roofing system.

For all your metal roofing needs you can contact us today. Anchor Roofing Inc. will be there for you, your home and your roof. Our contractors install, replace, and repair metal roofs in the Houston, TX area, including Katy, Sugarland, Missouri, Pearland, Spring, Cypress, Galena Park, Richmond, Rosenberg, Stafford, The Woodlands, Baytown, Clear Lake, Galveston, La Marque, Pasadena, Deer Park, Sealy, La Porte, Brookshire, and Columbus.

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