Nowadays, lots of materials are available in the market for installing a new roof on your existing or new home. The roof of your house can deteriorate over time and may require the installation of a new roof. Metal roofs have become much popular in recent years because of their several benefits, including longevity, energy-efficiency, safety, and minimal maintenance. It’s completely your choice whether you choose tin, aluminum, zinc, galvanized steel, or copper as you have lots of options. However, make sure your selected metal material is tested by the local testing authority and also complies with the local building code. Here is a list of the key benefits of installing metal roofs.
Metal is commonly termed as durable material. It’s because metal can endure extreme weather conditions, including heavy rain, snowfall, or a high-speed wind. The metal roofs by R&D Roofing also offer wind and fire resistance and can prevent water and air leakage. This roofing material can also withstand up to 130mph winds, so you don’t need to worry about storms or hurricanes.
The metal roof can last for up to 30-50 years, if installed properly. It means a metal roof has an expected life equal to that of a house. Warranty of metal roofs varies from company to company. Metal roofs by R&D Roofing have gained much popularity in Florida due to their durability, strength, and longevity. This is why both home and commercial building owners prefer installing metal roofs.
Metal roofs are made with 25-35% recyclable materials. This material can be virtually recycled 100% at the end of its life period. Metal roofs by R&D Roofing provide energy-efficiency throughout its life cycle. This roofing material can save your money on energy bills as it has the capability to reflect solar radiant heat. A few of their metal roofs can save up to 25% money on energy bills. In this way, your home will remain cool during the whole year, even during the hot summer season. Now you can turn your business or house into a fortress by installing a metal roof.
Metal roofs are available in a variety of styles, shapes, colors, and finishes. Aluminum and steel are the commonly used metal roofing that is designed for holding paint finishes as well. Metal shingles, tropical style, standing seam, and traditional southern are among the most popular choices.
In comparison to the tile that weighs 750 pounds per square, metal roofing is light in weight. Majority of the metal roofs weigh between 50 and 150 pounds per square. Due to its lightweight, a significant amount of money can be saved on engineering and constructing the supporting structure. Some metal roofing materials can be applied to the existing roof without tearing it off.
6. Low prices
The prices of metal roofing are quite affordable. R&D Roofing offers metal roofs at a low price with compromising over the quality of the material. The company always carry out detailed inspections of its raw materials, so you can trust their metal roofing.