The Benefits of Metal Roofing

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You’ve decided it’s time to install a new roof. Have you considered a new metal roof? If you
haven’t, you should! A metal roof is a great choice for your family’s home for more reasons more than just the aesthetics.


A metal roof lasts between 40 and 70 years, when maintained properly—a huge difference compared to the 12 to 20 years you can get from traditional asphalt shingles.


Depending on the type of metal, some metal roofs can withstand up to 140 mile per hour winds. They also require less maintenance than traditional shingles. They should be inspected periodically to make sure no repairs are required, however.


Unlike asphalt shingles, a metal roof is not flammable. Should lightning strike your home with a metal roof you can rest easy knowing it won’t burst into flames.

Energy Efficiency

You can reduce your cooling costs by 10 to 25 percent thanks to the solar radiant reflecting properties of the metal.

Environmentally Friendly

If purchasing products that are environmentally conscious is important to you, a metal roof is perfect. They are made of 25 to 95 percent recycled materials and are 100 percent recyclable at the end of the roof’s life.

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A new roof is a big investment and one you should do all of your research for. A metal roof is safe, durable, energy efficient, environmentally friendly and has the staying power of 40 to 70 years. Install a metal roof and rest assured that you and your family are safe. Give us a call today or visit our website to discuss metal roof options!

9 thoughts on “The Benefits of Metal Roofing

  1. Tobias Armstrong

    I’d heard a lot of good things about the maintenance ease of metal roofing, but I didn’t know that they also tended to be more energy efficient. It seems like there’s a movement in the industry to make things more energy efficient, which is great. Reducing costs is always going to make people happy. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Megan Alder

    It’s kind of comforting to know that metal roofing isn’t flammable. Our neighbors just had a fire in their house last week, and our family has been so scared because of it. Now I’m a little paranoid that something could happen to us, but I trust that nothing with happen.

  3. John

    My wife and I were informed recently that our roof was in need of replacing. We’ve been looking at a sheet metal roof, but had heard that metal roofs can be pricey. According to the article though, a metal roof can reduce the cooling costs of your home by up to 25%. I think we feel more comfortable about getting a metal roof knowing that it can pay for itself down the road.

  4. Sam Solo

    I never considered how metal roofs aren’t flammable. This would be extremely beneficial for our house since there have been multiple wildfires in California lately. I’ll have to consider switching over to a metal one instead of shingles so that I can keep our home safe.

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