Farmhouses have become one of the most popular architectural styles of today. There are several features that have become synonymous with farmhouse architecture: white paint, simple landscaping, a wraparound porch, and of course, a metal roof.
If you’re in the market for a new roof and are considering metal roofing for your roofing material, then we’re sure one of your biggest concerns is how much a metal roof will cost. That answer was easier to answer prior to 2021.
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If you’re installing a new metal roof, you have to check the local building code to ensure what type of roof underlayment your project can use. Once you’ve determined synthetic underlayment is suitable for your project, you still have different types and brands of synthetic underlayment to choose from.
2021 has been a wild year for the metal industry as it experienced rapid price increases that resulted in steel prices hitting an all time high. As we mentioned in our last steel price update, this was due to increased demand and a supply shortage throughout the global steel market that left everyone scrambling to find raw material.
When installing a metal roof, you cannot forget about the roofing underlayment. While it’s hidden underneath your beautiful new roof, it’s one of the key components to ensuring a long lifespan for your system.
To say the steel industry has had a tumultuous year would be an understatement.
Picking the right color for your metal roof is exciting, but more considerations should be made during the decision making process besides what the color looks like. Choosing the right paint system for your metal roof is a big contributing factor into how your roof will look long term.
Metal roofs are growing in popularity year over year as they are becoming more common in neighborhoods throughout America. But an even newer trend has emerged involving metal roof panels: metal as a roof accent.