Steel & Metal Roofing

Life Expectancy:

While the initial material and installation cost of a metal roof type is higher than asphalt shingle roofs, their longevity is far superior lasting 40 to 80 years depending on metal type. Metal roofs last two to three times longer than a typical asphalt shingle roof, which sometimes only lasts 7 to 14 years.

Return on Investment:

Metal roofing can also increase the resale value of your home. Homeowners who invest in metal roofing get an average return on investment of 85.9% on their home’s resale value. Metal roofing can also lower your insurance rates and save you money because of its fire resistance, Metal roofs boast a contemporary style, extensive warranties (30 to 50 years), and are very durable even in extreme elements such as heavy snow, hail, and even fire. It takes an advanced knowledge to properly install metal roofs and it’s best left up to the roofing professionals in your area.

Types of Metal Roofing

    • Aluminum Roofs
    • Copper Roofing
    • Corrugated Metal Roof
    • Metal Tile Roofs
    • Metal Slate Roofs
    • Standing Seam Metal Roofs
    • Steel Roofs
    • Tin Roofing
    • Zinc Metal Roof

Corrugated Steel Metal Roof

Corrugated steel roofing panels are thin and lightweight, which means it can be installed over an existing roofing. This cuts down on the costs of removing old roofing. However, the quality tends to match the price, as these metal panels are vulnerable to leaks and rust.

Standing Seam Metal Roof

Standing seam roofs are the most common metal roof design due to its availability all over the U.S. to roofing installers and easy access to metal materials. The design features vertical panels that are joined by interlocking seams as seen below.

Steel and Aluminum Roofing

Though metal shingles aren’t as affordable as corrugated metal roofing panels, they are a better deal overall. Aluminum shingles typically last 40 years or more and are much more resistant to leaks and rust than corrugated metal roofing panels.

Stone Coated Steel Roofing

Stone coated metal roof types allow for aesthetic diversity by offering the benefits of metal roofing with the look of more traditional clay or slate shingles at a fraction of the cost. Stone coated metal roofing is very durable and will offer a long lasting roofing option.

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