How to Save on Florida Metal Roofing
3 Easy Tips to Save on Your Metal Roof Installation
At Tri County Metals, we aim to help you make your next roof your last. It’s important to look at a few crucial pillars of savings in approaching the project, whether you’re doing it yourself or using a contractor. You should always do your homework with metal roofing. If a company’s prices appear too good to be true, it probably is! Often those low prices backed by warranties are ultimately without value since the warranty will not fully cover the future expenses of the low-quality materials they may use. We pride ourselves on using the highest quality parts and coverings so your Trenton metal roofing truly lasts.
Money saving tips to keep your budget down
When installing a metal roof you should consider:
- Buying direct: The superior exterior finish we use is from Valspar®, the industry’s leading SMP coil coating system. This offers chalk resistance, fade resistance, and superior color stability for your metal roof. The integrity of high-quality materials means far lower maintenance costs in the long run.
- Rebates: Tri County Metals sometimes offers rebates on our amazing products, in addition to our available warranties. When you speak with someone on our team, ask about pricing and any available rebates.
- Labor: Costs of labor should be factored in, whether it’s your own time or a hired contractor. We provide some tips on choosing the right contractor which can help you to keep costs low while ensuring that the money you do spend on labor is well worth the service.
Other Cost Factors to Consider
It’s important to remember that the complexity of your metal roofing project will have a varying impact on the labor costs. A particularly tall or pitched roof requires more safety measures from a contractor and likely means a longer project. Additionally, a “cut-up” roof will require your contractor to cut up the roofing panels for fitting as opposed to simply installing panels as-is.
Contact us at (877) 670-2224 to learn more
about saving on your Trenton metal roofing project.