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Metal Roofing

Metal roofing has is durable, lightweight, efficient, fire resistant and environmentally friendly.

Although metal roofing is more expensive than its more common cousin – asphalt - it far outlasts it. It has been known to last as long as 50 years.

The energy efficiency of metal roofs is impressive. As much as 70% of the sun can be reflected, thus drastically reducing cooling costs. It will also help maintain the temperature inside at a comfortable level and keep the cost of heating down.

Metal roofing is an environmentally friendly option for today’s builder and homeowner. The steel used for metal roofing products is made of as much as 50% recycled materials. It is also completely recyclable itself. Some contractors will install metal roofing materials over existing asphalt shingles, thus reducing waste in a landfill.

Metal roofing material can be made of copper, galvanized steel, coated steel, stainless steel or aluminum. There are several options for panel construction – standing seam, decorative stampings and many others. Color choices are endless and can please even the pickiest client.

Most homes in hurricane-prone areas benefit greatly from metal roofing choices. Experience proves that high winds often leave these roofs intact. They are also resistant to heavy rain, damaging hail and snow and ice which can result in lower insurance rates for homeowners.

Metal roofing may well be the choice of future roofs!