The installation of soundproof aluminum roof tile can help save on your roofing costs, according to a new study by the U.S. Department of Energy.
The report, released Monday, found that installing soundproof floor tiles to replace the damaged aluminum roof can lower costs by about 30%.
The study, which was done by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, found the cost of replacing the damaged roof with soundproof tiles could be reduced by more than $50,000.
It also found that installation of the soundproof tile can reduce the cost by more the $25,000 to $30,000 cost.
The study looked at the cost to install, install and maintain soundproof roofs, which includes installing sound-absorbing roof tiles.
The study did not look at the costs to install and repair the roofs themselves, which could include painting, electrical and plumbing, roofing, etc.
The cost of installing sound proof roofs was estimated at about $50 per square foot.
The cost of repairing or replacing the roof was estimated to be about $45 per square yard.
The estimated cost to replace a single roof tile was $45.
The price of sound-resistant aluminum roofing tiles was estimated as about $20 per square meter.
The report said the cost for a single tile would be approximately $40 to $50.
For a multi-tile roof, the cost would be $70 to $80 per square mile.
The Federal Energy Information Administration estimated that the cost per square feet of sound proof roofing for a 1-meter (4-foot) radius around the house could be as low as $2 per square square foot, depending on the density of the roof.
The U.N. agency also estimated that a sound-proof roof could cost about $80 to $100 per square kilometer, but that would vary by county and the number of tiles.