A Gerard roof costs less than you’d expect

Most people are pleasantly surprised when they’re told the price of a Gerard pressed steel roof. When you compare ‘like with like’ a Gerard roof is very reasonable.

All inclusive price

With a Gerard roof, everything is included in the quoted price, including purlins and roofing underlay. With long-run roofing, these items may not be included in the quoted price – be sure to ask.

Reduced overall building costs

Installing a Gerard Roofs pressed steel roof instead of a heavyweight concrete or clay tile roof can help to reduce overall building costs. fewer trusses, rafters and bracing elements are required with a Gerard roof.

No added costs for coastal areas

Gerard roofs don’t require any special anti-corrosion treatment if your home is near the sea. With a long-run roof, the building code demands either a special marine rated coating (which costs extra) or a more expensive grade of steel.


Free, no obligation quote

To find out exactly what your roof will cost, just complete this quick quotation form. A Gerard Certified Roofer will be in touch. This service is free of charge.

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Price Guide – a rough idea of ‘how much?’

There are many variables that affect the cost of a roof, so we can’t give you an exact price without knowing more about your home. However, we realise that most people want a ‘rough guide’, so we’ve costed three typical roof types and sizes, with a price range. The variables that affect cost are explained in detail below the chart.

Medium sized single-level home

Roof area 212 sq. m
Textured price range $9,900 - $11,200
Satin price range $9,200 - $10,400

Large single-level home

Roof area 300 sq. m
Textured price range $13,800 - $16,300
Satin price range $13,300 - $15,500

Large two-storey home

Roof area 328 sq. m
Textured price range $15,300 - $21,700
Satin price range $14,500 - $20,200

Factors that influence the cost of any roof

New home or re-roof:

Re-roofing has additional costs, such as removal and disposal of the old roof.

Building use:

Residential buildings use standard underlay. Commercial and institutional buildings will require fire resistant underlays, which cost more.

Size:

Larger, more complex roofs are generally more expensive; however the cost per square metre can reduce with a larger roof.

Product choice:

The profile, finish and colour you choose can affect cost, because some choices are more expensive than others.

Design complexity:

As a rule, the more corners your roof has, the greater the cost. Roof style also influences cost.

Location:

Freight costs and proximity to your nearest installer will affect cost.

Site access:

Unusual sites may require special equipment for access.

Roof height:

Some sites will require more scaffolding and edge fall protection during installation.

Roof pitch and rafter spaces:

Roofs with a higher pitch or larger rafter spaces generally cost more. With two-storey homes, the cladding and pitch govern the type of flashings required for the top storey.

Extra complexities:

Chimneys, skylights, narrow hips and raking cuts will increase roofing costs.

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