3 Reasons To Upgrade To A Metal Roof

If the roof on your home has reached the end of its life, you need to upgrade your roof. When you upgrade your roof, one of the most important decisions you can make is what type of roofing material you want to use on your roof. A metal roof is a strong material to use on your roof because it is long-lasting, fire-resistant and require minimal maintenance.

#1 Long-Lasting

One of the best reasons to install a metal roof on your home is because metal roofs are extremely long-lasting. If you take care of your metal roof properly, it will last you for decades. The first metal roof that you put on your home may also be the last metal roof that you ever have to put on your home, due to the long-warranty periods and the sturdy construction of metal roofs.

Old-school metal roofs last decades, and newer metal roofs are made out of even better material and have the potential to be the only roof you ever put on your home. If you plan to live in your home for the long-haul, investing in a metal roof is a smart decision.

#2 Fire-Resistant

Much of the country experiences forest fires throughout the summer and fall. If you live in an area where forest fires are common, having a fire-resistant roof is a smart choice and a good line of defense for your home. With a fire-resistant roof, when embers fall on your roof, they will be extinguished. You do not have to worry about your home catching fire because an ember landed on your roof.

If you have a fireplace installed in your home, a fire-resistant roof is also a smart choice. If there is ever a fire in your chimney, with a fire resistant roof, the fire is contained to your chimney. The fire will not spread to your roof and to your home. A metal roof is a smart safety feature in a home with a fireplace.

#3 Minimal Maintenance

Just like with any roof, you will need to remove any debris that accumulates on your roof and you will need to keep your gutters clean. However, outside of keeping your roof clean, your metal roof will not require that much maintenance. You will not have to worry about lose or missing shingles like you do with a shingled roof.

If you need a new roof, investing in a metal roof is a great long-term investment that will provide your home with solid protection for decades. 


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