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Purchasing a metal roof is a big investment that can cost you $20,000 to $30,000, but it can actually save you money each year. Metal roofs will lessen your heating and cooling costs with energy savings of 7% to 15%.
A roof’s ultimate purpose is to protect you and your home from the outside elements. However, sometimes those elements can be so severe that they can cause damage to your roof.
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A metal roof brings many different advantages to homeowners, from being low maintenance to having a long lifespan. But if you’re interested in a metal roof, there are more types of metal roofing materials and panel styles than you probably realize. That makes it pretty difficult to easily understand all of your options.
Metal | Roofing | Metal Siding
When making a large purchase, you want your investment to be fully protected. If you’re purchasing a metal roof or metal siding for your home, then it’s completely understandable for your ears to perk up when you hear that the metal panels come with a paint warranty. However, like with any kind of contract, it’s important to pay attention to the fine print
Roofing | Homeowner Education | Maintenance
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.
Metal | Roofing | Standing Seam
When you’re picking out a roof, it’s fair to be focused on factors such as how your roof will look, how much it costs and how long it will last.