More homeowners are choosing metal as a roof replacement solution. Asphalt shingles may be pocket-friendlier, but high-quality, properly installed and maintained metal roofing systems can live twice as long.
Metal has been used in roofing for centuries. Despite the entry of new material options in the market, it has never lost its appeal due to its remarkable durability.
Many things can change in decades, but your roof shouldn’t. This is why you need to put a premium on longevity. Otherwise, don’t be surprised to re-roof more often than you’re happy to.
Today’s metal roofs have come far from the corrugated metal sheets used on sheds. Being a malleable yet strong material, it can be made to mimic traditional roofing material like asphalt shingles, slate, and tile. If you have a home based on a particular architectural style, you can make the most of the benefits of metal roofing without deviating from the original house design. Garlock-French Corporation lists down four architectural styles ideal for metal roofing. Read more »