Corrugated & Ribbed Metal Roofing Cost, and Pros & Cons 2022

Corrugated metal roofing and its close cousin, ribbed panel roofing, offer the original style of corrugated (iron) steel roofs. At an average cost of $5.50 to $8.50 per square foot installed, corrugated metal is priced somewhat similarly to asphalt shingles, especially at the low end, and yet, high-end corrugated metal panels are far more durable, energy efficient, and can last far longer than asphalt shingles.

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Cedar Shingles & Shakes Roofing Costs, Plus Pros & Cons in 2022

Cedar shingles and shakes are a classic style of roofing that is often installed on Cape Cod style homes, especially in New England and around the greater Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Cedar roofs are also popular in the pacific Northwest including Oregon and Washington state.

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However, cedar roofs are not exclusive to New England and PNW. In fact, you can see wood shingle roofs anywhere across the US, especially in areas that land themselves nicely to the classic look of traditional roofing — think beach houses and/or homes nearby green/wooded areas, etc.

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EPDM Rubber Roof Cost, Plus Pros & Cons in 2022

Welcome to the default, or old school, material for flat roof installations. It’s technical name: Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is a mouthful. While it is simply a rubber material, we’ll go with EPDM since everyone else does.

EPDM rubber roofs compete directly with TPO and PVC single-ply membranes as a low-slope roofing material. EPDM, though, tends to only be used on flat roofs while PVC and TPO are sometimes used on sloped roofs.

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