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Commercial Metal Roof Replacement

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Do you need some information about commercial metal roof replacement options? Metal roofing is becoming very popular for commercial buildings. When it is correctly installed, it is a very reliable roofing system.

Commercial roofs that have a 3/12 or steeper pitch, it would be appropriate to install panels featuring a 1 X 3/4” tall metal panel that has a seam that snaps and then locks in place. The seam conceals the fasteners which provide a smooth and clean appearance. One major benefit of this kind of panel is it provides a wide range of 18 to 24 gauge thick steel. There are various color options of painted galvanized panels that are available.

Commercial Metal Roof Replacement ContractorsThinner panels are another option, that can be as thin as 29 gauge. The longest lasting systems should be offered by your commercial roofing contractor that are as durable as possible. In areas with high wind, it is best to go with a 24 gauge thickness or thicker, but you can consider going with a narrower panel that has extra clips so that panels over time are prevented from blowing off.    

If the pitch on your commercial roof is 3/12 or less, the type of panels that you should install are ones featuring mechanical seams that have concealed fasteners. That will help to ensure that the fasteners are not penetrated by moisture.

If your commercial building has a 1/12 to 2/12 pitch, it needs an inseam sealant in order to ensure that it is watertight, even in potentially problematic areas. The panel is seamed and crimped using equipment right from your site. If the slope on your roof is less than 1/12, then you create a flat roofing system that looks similar to a metal roofing system if you like the appearance of a metal roof.

Many Custom Choices Are Available

  • Panel ribs have widths that vary from 12 inches up to 17 inches, depending on your preference.
  • Choose your color from dozens of different color options.
  • Choose from galvanized steel, which is durable and economical, or stainless steel that has a fine finish, but it is more expensive.
  • Extensive warranties guarantee against colors from fading.
  • Information On Our Replacement Process

There is a higher upfront installation cost on metal roofing systems compared to asphalt shingle systems, however, they have a longer lifespan and more durable. The metal panels are the highest quality, and our replacement process is as well. Our streamlined system delivers curb appealing and lost lasting results that will serve your commercial buildings very well.

Why Is Our Process Better? 

  • We install only the highest quality mechanical seam or snap lock panels.
  • Length-wise we install one panel stretching from the ridge to the edge of the roof depending on your individual roof.
  • We will be lower or competitive with other commercial contractors offering the same service.
  • Since we stay on top of our projects we make sure the panels that we install are scratch free, clean, and are of the highest quality.
  • ‘Our crew members are experts in installing metal roofs. Many other roofing contractors have contacted us who want to learn about the system we provide.
  • We are confident that we offer the highest quality installation and materials to provide Texas with the best value.

Typical Commercial Roofing Prices

If you need additional information on commercial metal roof prices, whether you are installing a new roof or replacing your existing one, you are in the right place. A major advantage of metal roof is that it is a very durable material that can last 40 years or longer before needing to be replaced. There is ongoing maintenance that needs to be done, and this quality material does require a higher investment compared to some of the other roof material choices that are available.

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The average cost of a metal roofing system ranges from about $4 up to $13 per square foot. Of course, the business climate within your local community can impact the final cost of a metal roof for a commercial building.

The following is a breakdown of the average costs associated with installing a commercial metal roof:

  • Standing seam metal roof has an average cost of $7 to $13 per square foot.
  • Stone-coated metal roof tiles cost $8 to $9 per square foot.
  • Metal shingles cost $7 to $9 per square foot.
  • Corrugated steel panels range in price from $4 to $6 per square foot.

Those are installed prices and not only the cost of the materials. Along with the materials, the costs of a commercial roofing contractor include such items as removing old roof materials from the roofing system, repairing the substrate of the roof if necessary, debris removal from the site, ensuring the ventilation is right, installing flashing, obtaining permits, and other expenses depending on your specific situation.

As we discussed earlier, the kind of metal roofing system that you choose is a major factor in what your final investment cost will be. The following are some of the most common commercial metal roofing types:

  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Stone-coated or painted metal sheet
  • Steel coated with a mix of silicone stainless steel, aluminum, and zinc
  • Standing seam metal
  • Stainless steel
  • Corrugated galvanized steel standing seam metal

Taurus Elite Commercial Roof Systems, 512-332-4422, is a commercial roofing contractor based in Austin, Texas, and specializing in commercial metal roof repair, commercial metal roof restoration and commercial metal roof replacement services in the Austin Texas area, including Temple, for the last two decades. When its time to replace your metal roofing system, give us a call.



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    I'm Mark Franz, the owner, and I'm proud to say no one can beat our quality, pricing and experience in commercial roofing, including commercial metal roof repair and commercial metal roof restoration throughout Texas.