Why You Should Consider Upgrading to a Metal Roof

As homeowners seek out durable, long-lasting options for their homes, it’s worth exploring the benefits of metal roofing.

Right now, we’re offering our customers 30% off when they upgrade to a metal roof. Here’s why you should consider upgrading your home to a metal roof:

They’re More Durable

Metal roofing materials can withstand extreme weather conditions, from heavy rain and hailstorms to strong winds and snow loads.

Metal roofs do not absorb water or moisture, which means they will not rot, warp, or crack over time. This makes them an ideal choice for Alabama, where we see high humidity levels and heavy rainfall. Additionally, metal roofs are resistant to fire damage since they do not ignite or support combustion.

They Resist Mold and Algae

Mold and algae growth on a roof can cause unsightly black streaks and damage the roofing material.

Metal roofs resist mold because they do not provide an ideal environment for mold spores to grow. Metal does not absorb moisture or provide nutrients for mold growth. This makes metal roofs less susceptible to mildew, which can extend the lifespan of your roof by many years. 

The metal roof’s smooth surface prevents moisture buildup that allows algae develop. Some metal roofs also contain coatings that inhibit algae.

They’re 100% Recyclable

Metal roofs can be recycled into new products, reducing the environmental impact of roofing materials.

Recycling metal roofs is a straightforward process. The old roof panels are collected from the job site and taken to a recycling center where they are sorted by grade and material type. The metal is then crushed and shredded into small pieces before being melted down and formed into new products, such as cars, appliances, or even new roofing materials.

They Cool Your Home

Metal roofing systems reflect sunlight away from your home. Less heat will be absorbed by your roof and transferred into your living space, reducing the need for air conditioning. In fact, some studies have shown that homes with metal roofs can be up to 25% cooler than those with asphalt shingle roofs.

Metal roofing also provides exceptional insulation during colder months. Metal panels trap warm air inside your attic space, helping to keep heating costs down and reducing energy consumption.

They Can Last up to 70 Years

Metal roofs have a substantially longer lifespan, with some lasting up to 70 years or more. This is due in part to their durability and resistance to weather elements, such as wind and hail. Additionally, metal roofs do not rot or decay, making them an excellent investment for homeowners who want a long-lasting roof. This might be the last roof you’ll buy in your lifetime.

Metal Roofs Can Save You Money — Right Now

There’s no better time to upgrade to a metal roof than right before our hot Alabama summer sets in. And right now, you can get your new roof upgrade even cheaper with our 30% savings. Contact us today to learn more.