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Metal Roofing is Highly Durable

Metal roofing is possibly the most durable material for your roof; it does not deteriorate with exposure to the elements, such as the sunís rays and heavy rain. Metal roofing is especially strong because it is coated with a metallic coating of either Zinc or Aluminum, which makes it resistant to rust. Metal roofing has a 120 mph wind rating, which means that it can withstand even an F2 tornado. Additionally, a metal roof will reflect heat effectively such that it insulates during the winter, and cools during the summer. When it comes to extremer weather, metal roofing will NOT increase the chance of being struck by lightning. In fact, if struck, it will be able to spread the electrical currents safely over the roof without it penetrating into the house. The metal roof is also non combustible and non flammable, so you have a low risk of receiving damage to your house in such conditions.

Metal Roofing VS other Roofing Materials

Metal roofing poses a range of valuable qualities that other roofing materials simply cannot compete with. Firstly, the average life of a metal roof is about 2-3 times longer than any other material - nearly all kinds of metal roofing are backed by a 30-50 year manufacturer warranty. With regards to noise, metal roofing is surprisingly quiet. In fact, it actually silences noise from hail, rain, and strong weather, and is quieter than asphalt shingle roofs. And finally, metal roofing can be made to look like any other material in style, color, or finish Ė the only difference is that it lasts up to 3 times longer.

Metal Roofing Installation

Our team of pre-screened professional roofers offers expert metal roof installation services for both residential and commercial applications, as well as many other metal roof related services, at highly affordable prices. Metal roofing installation may be relatively expensive, yet due to its insulation and durability, it is a long term economic benefit, and can increase your resale value significantly.



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Like anything else, roofs too can require roof repair work. It is very common to see some roof leaks, flashing failure, or shingle deterioration during the life of your roof, and repairing them is not always complicated. Beware, however, that any roof repair work not carried out meticulously and appropriately could lead to even worse damage, so do not hesitate to call one of our contractors if you are not a roofing expert.


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