For a roofing expert to conclusively provide a quote for your metal roof, they need to determine the size of your home. The second thing to look at is the shape of your roof. Unique shapes, designs, and additional details make a metal roof installation costlier. Also, metal roofs come in varied qualities as well as thicknesses so this will impact the installation pricing as well.
Bringing the current roof down and the reason why you want to remove it, as well as the existing weather conditions will contribute to the installation price. Another thing you might forget is the season your metal roof is being installed. After events like tornados and hailstorms, roofing contractors are often in high demand making the market costly. If your project can wait, consider installing it in seasons that are less busy for roofers.
That said, we recommend to start estimating the cost of your roof by measuring the square feet of your home (which could be anywhere between 1500 – 2000) at $10 per square foot. With this, your estimation won’t be far from the target. But because there are many metal roofing options, the installation pricing will vary.