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How Much Does a Standing Seam Metal Roof Cost?


On average, installing a new standing seam metal roof will cost about $770.94 to $1012.83 per 100 sq. ft.. This covers the cost of materials and installation labor, but it does not include the removal of your existing roof.

Painting and/or sealing your standing seam roof will also cost extra.
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The total cost of installing a standing seam roof will depend on:

1. Panel material. Galvanized steel, galvalume steel, and aluminum are some of the most common material choices. However, there are also some high-end options available including copper and zinc. These roofing materials are more expensive.

2. Roof complexity. The pitch and style of your roof may affect the total price. The number of stories, as well as the total roof area of your home, can also impact the cost.

3. Metal coating or painting. Different coating options are available, including acrylic paint and Kynar. Applying one of these coatings to your standing seam roof will come at an additional cost.

4. Where do you live? Your geographic location may have a significant impact on the cost. Roofing labor costs are usually higher in major cities and lower in more rural areas.

Estimated Standing Seam Roof Installation Prices
Alexandria, VA$1050.45 - $1374.75 per 100 sq ft
Chattanooga, TN$678.69 - $888.22 per 100 sq ft
Denver, CO$768.84 - $1006.20 per 100 sq ft
Downey, CA$1011.71 - $1324.05 per 100 sq ft
Laramie, WY$722.65 - $945.75 per 100 sq ft
Marietta, GA$706.26 - $924.30 per 100 sq ft
Pasadena, CA$1017.67 - $1331.85 per 100 sq ft
Sarasota, FL$756.18 - $989.63 per 100 sq ft
Waco, TX$662.31 - $866.78 per 100 sq ft
Winter Park, FL$736.06 - $963.30 per 100 sq ft
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5. How will the panels be fitted together? Standing seam panels can be field-locked or snap locked. Snap-lock panels may last longer, but they can be more expensive.

6. Will panels be pre-formed or formed on-site? Pre-formed panels can be made ahead of time but can cost more to transport.

7. Removal of existing roof. There are additional costs if the old roof needs to be removed in order to install the new one.

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