An important role in determining the cost of the metal roof will be played by the complexity of its installation. Installation speed can be affected by the design of the metal roof. Due to these features, the installation time can be significantly longer, which means the price will rise.
High slope/pitch of the roof – When mounting a metal roof, the roof pitch is an important consideration. First of all, it affects what type of roof it is recommended to install, but it can also be difficult to perform this process.
If the slope of the roof is very steep, then additional equipment and preparatory work may be required for its installation. Depending on the complexity of the installation, the process may take several days longer, which will increase the cost of the metal roof.
Dormers are a popular design solution for many homes. However, when it comes to installing a metal roof, then having dormers increases your roof area. In addition, apart from the fact that you will need more material, installing metal roofs with dormers is a more complicated process that affects the price.
Skylights – also create additional difficulties in installing a metal roof. Additional measurements and proper installation of the covering material will be required to ensure the roof tightness around the skylights. This work is not difficult for the professionals working at Monarchy Roofing, however, it will take more time and the cost of installing a metal roof will be slightly more expensive.
Roofs with multiple hips, ridges, and valleys are very common in modern homes. When it comes to installing a metal roof, valley and hips can make the process much more difficult. Thereby affecting how much is a metal roof would cost.
In addition, uneven roof surfaces are more difficult to work with. The presence of multiple levels and individual planes can slow down the installation process, which will affect the cost of a metal roof.