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Metal Roofing Contractors in Dallas, TX

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Prescreened Metal Roof Installation Contractors in Dallas, TX

CPE Roofing, LLC
References Available
(682) 727-1065
4001 McEwen Road, #414
Dallas, TX 75244
Green Legacy Roofing
8 Verified Ratings
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(682) 727-1329
3948 Legacy Drive, Suite 106-351
Plano, TX 75023

Serving Dallas, TX
New Elite Roof, LLC
17 Verified Ratings
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(214) 560-6773
2435 North Central Expressway, 12th Floor
Richardson, TX 75080

Serving Dallas, TX
RW Pro Construction, LLC
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(844) 895-2437
1400 Preston Rd., Unit 400
Plano, TX 75093

Serving Dallas, TX
Cornerstone Roofing & Construction, LLC
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(214) 614-7170
1441 Coit Road Suite D
Plano, TX 75075

Serving Dallas, TX

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Cost to Install or Replace Metal Roofing in Dallas

Most homeowners spent between:
$4,015 - $10,050
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Reviews of Dallas Metal Roofing Companies

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Dallas, TX w

Very professional. Expert work on replacing a roof on my greenhouse. Arrived as scheduled, completed the job, and removed all old material. Price was as quoted, no hidden charges. Will hire again.

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Dallas, TX w

Very helpful, knowledgeable gave multiple quotes and roof options.


Unscreened Roofing Contractors in Dallas, Texas

DFW Roofing Consultants
556 S. Coppell Rd., Suite 101
Coppell, TX 75019
Level 1 General Construction, LLC
4111 Highway 377 South, Suite 1
Aubrey, TX 76227
45 S. Abram St.
Arlington, TX 76010
Total Concept Construction Company d.b.a. Twist Plumbing
13160 S. Memorial #406
Bixby, OK 74008
CI Services
P.O. Box 163892 
Fort Worth, TX 76161

Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace a Metal Roof:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What kind of metal roofing do you want? (Check all that apply)

    Polymer coating
    Standing seam
    Simulated shake
    Simulated shingle
    Simulated tile
    Don't Know
  • Which special features would you like for your roof?

    Ridge vent
    Snow guards or brackets
    Gutters and downspouts
    Turbine vents
    Skylight/Solar tube
    Heat tape
    Water diverters
    Would like recommendation
  • How many stories is your home?
  • Are you aware of any leaks or damage to the roof?

Ideas & Inspiration from Dallas Roofing Contractors

Dallas Metal Roofing

Metal roofing is somewhat of a unique roofing material and frequently isn't the first material that comes to mind when homeowners are considering a new roof for their home. At the same time, homeowners who want something better than asphalt roofing that must be repaired every few years and may not last longer than 10 years, often realize metal roofing makes the most sense for their homes and needs.

Misconceptions about Metal Roofing
The first thing you need to know is not the benefits of metal roofing, but debunking many of myths surrounding metal roofs. Many people have been dissuaded from metal roofing by warnings that metal roofs are loud when it rains and/or will rust in a few years. Some of these myths have come from inferior metal roofing that used to be installed a long time ago. Advancement in metal roof coatings and treatments, along with insulation, have made them long-lasting, quiet, and energy-efficient roofs that play second-fiddle to no roofing material. Thicker gauge aluminum, chemically-treated steel, and copper roofing create all but indestructible roofs that are routinely accompanied by 50-year warranties.

Metal Roofs in Dallas Neighborhoods
Traditionally, metal roofing has been used in agricultural settings, mostly for strength and functionality associated with farming needs. Recently, metal roofing has become part of the urban residential market. More vertical housing, along with sleek, contemporary design has made metal roofing a natural fit for this section of the residential market. The only place left untapped is in suburban areas. Despite metal roofing's unmatched performance and cost-effectiveness, homeowners are reluctant to install metal roofing because they associate metal with an unappealing look. Paint and metal finishing, however, can make metal roofing work anywhere, including the traditional suburb. Particularly homeowners looking for a vibrant, colorful house style will find metal roofing is a great roofing choice. In fact, if you really want to do it up right, you might consider a beautiful copper roofing installation.

Cost of Metal Roofing
Metal roofing isn't cheap, there's no way around this, but it's not nearly as expensive as you might have heard. Asphalt roofing remains the cheapest roofing material out there, but it doesn't provide anywhere near the longevity and durability of metal roofing. HomeAdvisor tracks roofing installations of all kinds in Dallas and around the country and, interestingly, our data shows metal roofing projects are extremely affordable. The average cost to install a metal roof is $5,500, which is actually cheaper than the average asphalt roofing installation.

The explanation for this anomaly is simple: Vertical housing has significantly less surface area. So, while metal roofing materials may cost significantly more, total projects do not. If you have a small roof, you might as well do your home a favor and install a high-end roofing material. For suburban, ranch style homes, expect to pay more for your metal roofing. Still, over the long haul, metal roofs are a wonderful, cost-effective investment. Plus, many Texas insurance companies offer premium discounts for durable, high-performance roofing, such as metal roofing.

Project Length
Installing a metal roof is not a simple process. Few roofing installations are DIY projects, but metal roofing is beyond even capable homeowners. Total project lengths average about two weeks from start to finish, almost double the time for asphalt roofing. You may want to arrange for you Dallas roofing contractor to complete the work while you're away from your home. Metal roofing is a quiet material once it's up and running, but no roofing installation is a quiet process. In fact, you'll probably want to take down any precious wall hangings that may fall off the wall from the inevitable vibrations.