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A metal roof can last for decades if maintained properly, and can withstand harsh conditions such as strong winds and heat.
Metal reflects heat and UV-rays, keeping your home’s temperature significantly lower in warmer months. This means up to 40% annual savings on your energy bill.
Metal roofing is often made from recycled materials and can be entirely recycled at the end of its lifespan, unlike asphalt shingles.
While more expensive upfront, a metal roof saves on maintenance and energy costs long term. A new metal roof will increase your home value by about 6%, according to this remodeling report.
Yes, metal is considered the most environmentally friendly and sustainable roofing material available. Metal roofs are 100% recyclable and are made with a minimum of 25% recycled material, depending on the type of metal.
A metal roof can withstand decades of abuse from extreme weather like high winds, heavy snow, hail storms, and even wildfires. Metal roofing has a 140-mph wind rating, meaning it can typically withstand wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour.
There is little difference between metal and other materials when it comes to noise from rain or hail. There are several layers installed beneath the metal surface, and normal attic insulation also absorbs most weather sounds.
Because metal roofing is a premium home product, you can expect your new roof to cost more than what an asphalt shingle roof costs. However, a metal roof is comparable in price to tile roofs and is more durable than asphalt shingles if maintained properly. A new metal roof can also increase your home's value by 6% on average.
No. Metal roofs are not more susceptible to lightning than other roofing materials.
Quite the opposite. A metal roof can save you money on your a/c bills thanks to higher heat reflectivity and improved emissivity compared to other roofing products like asphalt, wood, tile, etc. A metal roof can reduce cooling costs by as much as 25%!