Is Metal Roofing Right for You?

Metal roofs look great on any house and provide a level of durability and protection from the weather that other materials don’t.  Metal roofing is easy to maintain and are fire resistant.

Metal Roofing Pros and Cons

Metal is not only fire resistant but also protects your home from rotting, mold, and insect infestation. It’s very lightweight, so it won’t weigh down your home and its foundation.

If you are concerned about your carbon footprint, metal roofing is a great choice as it is more environmentally friendly. It has less of an environmental impact than wooden roofs or asphalt shingles. In addition, since metal deflects the sun and helps keep your home cool during the summer, you can use less energy and save money on your air conditioning bills.

Several drawbacks of metal roofing include its added cost compared to some other materials, its ability to be dented, and added noise (though this can be fixed with good insulation).

If you are interested in metal roofing but are unsure whether it is right for your house or commercial building, give us a call and we will give you our professional opinion.

Metal Roof Flashing Installation

Besides installing metal roofs, we also install flashing. Flashing helps redirect water from your roof into the gutter. It’s the best way to avoid having water leak into your house.

Standing Seam Installation and Repair

Standing seams are concealed fasteners that help a metal roof last for a long time and give it the ability to withstand extreme weather conditions. We can install and repair standing seams.

Metal Roof Repair and Maintenance

If you are worried that your metal roof is damaged, give us a call. Whether it is leaking or needs to be restored, we can help. We are also available for your remodeling needs. Contact us today for a professional quote on metal roofing.

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