Owning a metal roof means you’re going to spend less time on average fixing pesky things like leaks and wind damage, but your roof still needs maintenance to stay in peak condition.
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One of the biggest benefits of a metal roof is that the required maintenance is very low, especially when compared to other types of roofing. For example, maintenance on an asphalt shingle roof includes regularly checking for shingles that are broken, buckled, or have blown away and are missing altogether. These shingles have to be repaired or replaced immediately to keep up the integrity of the roof and prevent small issues from becoming larger problems. Even though the maintenance on a metal roof is low, there are still some necessary actions you need to take to properly maintain your roof.