There are many benefits to a flat roof, including energy efficiency, possible increased outdoor living space, and a great overall aesthetic. If you’re okay with the higher maintenance a flat roof requires in Minnesota, read on to find out a general cost of flat roof replacement.
Factors like roof size, complexity of the job and materials required contribute to the total cost. Labor costs can vary greatly depending on the type of material being installed and installation method. Flat roofs also come in a variety of materials and colors.
A new Bloomington roofing system protects your house investment as well as all the things you treasure under the roof.
A common flat roof material is EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), which is a rubber roofing membrane. The EDPM thickness affects the price.
According to CostHelper, it can cost $2.50 to $4.50 a square foot to have an EDPM rubber roof professionally installed. This would amount to about $2,250 to $4,000 for a 30-by-30-foot flat roof on a single-family home, depending on a number of factors.
Other materials, like modified bitumen, can cost around $5 per square foot installed.
Flat metal roofs can cost up to $15 per square foot installed. In 2014, Angie’s List members reported paying an average of $12,236 for metal roof installation.
Types of Bloomington Roofing Materials:
Examine the different materials available before having a new roof installed. Because there are so many variables to determine the cost of a flat roof replacement, it’s best to call your local roofing contractor like Snap Construction and have them provide a thorough estimate. Many contractors will perform an inspection and estimate for free, which is beneficial if you are looking into a full replacement and are curious about the cost.
This information is brought to you by Snap Construction of Bloomington, Minnesota. Snap Construction specializes in roofing, siding, windows, insulation, doors, decking, and more.