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Costs of Metal & Shingle Roofs

Calculating the cost of a roof is a fairly straightforward process but several factors can contribute to the amount you see on your proposal.

While each roofing company may be offering similar services or materials, they are all providing those services using various means that are unique to that contractor.

The team at Prime Roofing is highly responsive and well organized. We are intentionally sized with only one location so that we give attention to each project we complete. We do better, not more.

Additionally, our roofing packages come standard with high-quality water barriers, synthetic underlayment, hurricane rated Owens Corning Duration Series architectural shingles, and custom fabricated roof flashings. We deliver a modern spin on good old fashioned service. The value Prime Roofing provides homeowners is hard to improve upon!

Real Price Examples

In most cases, the price of a roof is directly related to how many square feet the home is. The area of a roof is on average 35% more than the square footage of a home. This is due mainly to two factors; soffit overhang and roof pitch.

In the examples below, the prices shown are what we actually charged to complete the work. In addition to our cost, you will see a range of what other roofing companies could have charged. We determined these ranges by reviewing public permitting records from various projects completed by other local roofing companies this year. In general, we have found our prices to be less than similar, high-level roofing contractors offering similar quality products and service. This is likely in part because we do not employ traditional sales-persons, cutting commission out of the cost of the project.

Shingle Roofs

Small Roof

Home Size:1276 sq feet
Actual Roof Size: 1730 sq feet (including ridge caps and 10% waste)
 
Pitch: 4:12 (shallow)
Special Work: Homeowner upgraded to special DuraRidge hip and ridge caps
Total Price: $6,340
Rate: $367 per square (square = 100 sq ft)
Notes: This project represents a smaller than average roof replacement on a very simple one story home. The homeowner decided to go with the optional upgraded hip and ridge caps which added a small amount to the cost of the project

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Medium Roof

Home Size: 2411 sq feet
Actual Roof Size: 4080 sq feet (including ridge caps and 10% waste)
 
Pitch: 6:12 (moderate)
Special Work: None
Total Price: $13,975
Rate: $342 per square (square = 100 sq ft)
Notes: This project represents a typical roof replacement on a 1 story home with a common hip roof shape. This home has a walk-able pitch and is relatively simple. The existing gutters on this home were mounted through the drip edge trim on the edge of the roof and had to be removed in order to properly replace the roof.

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Large Roof

Home Size: 3169 sq feet (including garage)
Actual Roof Size: 5040 sq feet (including ridge caps and 10% waste)
 
Pitch: 8:12 (moderate to steep)
Special Work: None
Total Price: $18,316
Rate: $363 per square (square = 100 sq ft)
Notes: This project represents a typical roof replacement  on a 1 story home with a moderately complex roof line. The pitch is steeper than normal which adds additional labor costs as the work takes longer compared to a home of the same size with a shallower pitch

Average Cost

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Large Roof with Upgrades

Home Size: 5032 sq feet
Actual Roof Size: 7570 sq feet (including ridge caps and 10% waste)
 
Pitch: 7:12 (moderate to steep)
Special Work: Homeowner had a secondary water barrier installed and upgraded to special DuraRidge hip and ridge caps
Total Price: $34,188
Rate: $452 per square (square = 100 sq ft)
Notes: This project represents an above size average roof replacement on a 2 story home with a moderate pitch. This homeowner opted for several upgrades including the installation of a secondary water barrier and upgraded to thicker hip and ridge caps. Additionally, this home had several labor-intensive features as well as a screened-in enclosure that required extra provisions to keep it protected during construction.

Average Cost

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Metal Roofs

Prime Roofing - Metal Pricing - Home 3

Standard-sized Project: Mill Finish Panels

Home Size: 2,720 Square Feet
Actual Roof Area: 3,670 Square Feet
Pitch: 4/12 (low)

Roof System Details: SnapLock – 24 Gauge Material – Mill Finish
Special Work: Install new skylight 2 new skylights and replace chimney flashing
Cost of Special Work: $1,450

Total Cost: $27,478
Rate: $748 per square (square = 100 square feet)

Notes: We converted this old shingle roof to a new snaplock style metal roof. This roof design is fairly straightforward and has a low pitch which helped to reduce labor costs. The owners chose to use an unpainted, mill finish panel to achieve the classic metal look helping to add a lot of character to this home.

Prime Roofing - Metal Pricing - Home 2

Mid-sized Project: Kynar Painted Panels

Home Size: 3,348 Square Feet
Actual Roof Area: 4,100 Square Feet
Pitch: 6/12 (moderate)

Roof System Details: SnapLock – 24 Gauge Material – Kynar Finish
Special Work: Replace all wall flashing. Install a matching chimney cap
Cost of Special Work: $2,730

Total Cost: $36,974
Rate: $890 per square (square = 100 square feet)

Notes: This home’s roof was replaced with a new snaplock style standing seam system. The owners opted for 24 gauge metal and a silver Kynar paint coating for extra durability and a customized look. As with most roofs that are converting from a shingle system to a metal system, all of the old wall flashing needed to be replaced to accommodate the new metal roof. This required some of the siding to be removed and replaced as well.

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Top of the Line

Home Size: 3,425 Square Feet
Actual Roof Area: 4,430 Square Feet
Pitch: 6/12 (moderate)

Roof System Details: Mechanical Seamed – 24 Gauge Material – Kynar Paint
Special Work: 5 Skylights and 2 chimneys (including matching chimney caps). All wall flashings were replaced.
Cost of Special Work: $8,560

Total Cost: $52,120
Rate: $1176 per square (square = 100 square feet)

Notes: This home’s roof was replaced with a high end mechanically seamed roof system on a moderately complex roof structure. The cost of the system is higher than typical due to the system type, thickness of the metal, and Kynar paint finish. Additionally, there were five special order skylights that needed to be installed and two chimneys which require special flashing.  As with most roofs that are converting from a shingle system to a metal system, all of the old wall flashing needed to be replaced to accommodate the new metal roof. This required some of the siding to be removed and replaced as well.

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These guys did a great job on my new roof! Very reasonable pricing. Communication was good. Job only took a few days. Im very happy. Thanks again Mark.

Excellent work. Very professional, and communicated with us throughout the process. I Highly recommend them.

A great experience! Adam did a great job and was fast, proficient, and very professional. I highly recommend them!

Great roofing job and great warranty. Would use again, but hope I won’t need to!

They went above and beyond. Some of my neighbors have also had roof work done by them as well.

Two weeks later other repair services had not returned my call. Within an hour Prime had called and someone was here to see the problem in 2 days. The repair was completed within a week.

They did a great job at a great price. They did everything they said they would do and were very professional and reliable. I would highly recommend them.

They replaced the skylights and did some roof repairs as well. Professional, prompt, and reasonably priced. I highly recommend them.

Prime Roofing was very prompt and professional. They kept me very informed of all aspects of scheduling, inspection, etc. I would highly recommend this company.

Quick, courteous and quality service. I would highly recommend them to anyone needing roof repairs. Thank you Mark.

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