For almost everyone, your home is the single largest and most important asset that you own. Check out our Metal Roof Buying Guide that covers the essential answers to your questions.
Before anything can and should happen, you need to have your roof damage assessed by a professional. Minute details can be the difference between you needing some minor repairs or all our roof replacements.
Minor roof problems quickly get more expensive, by not addressing issues soon will only serve to prevent future headaches. If your roof is beyond repair, it’s time to make the smart choice and replace it.
Certain home repairs can wait – things like burnt-out lightbulbs or a hole in your screened-in porch. A potentially leaky roof is NOT something that can wait – it can quickly lead to mold & mildew issues, not to mention what it can do to your rafters and walls.
So many different factors are going to go into and affect your final roofing material choice.The average weather in the area you live in is an essential factor to consider. Your overall budget and even how long you plan to stay in the home and your plans for it. Even the color you want can partially dictate what roofing material you choose, as some offer far more and better color options than others.
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Lifetime Warranty. The manufacturer’s warranty is for the lifetime of the roof and is transferable to the new homeowner.
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Shingles are incredibly popular because of how simple they are to install while remaining relatively inexpensive. Shingles have their pros and cons, of course – they need more regular repairs and will have to be replaced sooner than almost any other roofing material. But you are still saving money on that initial install, and you can rest assured that materials and knowledgeable installers will always be available.
You also have options that tend to be more expensive upfront but offer longer-lasting value to you. A metal roof can last at least 50 years,if not 100 depending on the type of metal used, the paint used, and how well it was installed.
One fantastic upside of choosing a metal roof is that almost every piece can be recycled again and again after it’s served its lifespan as a roof, making them a far more sustainable choice than asphalt shingles. The ability to reflect heat and sunlight makes metal roofs a far more energy-efficient roof as they block the majority of the outside heat from transmitting anywhere close to your home.
Asphalt shingles also have a drastically shorter lifespan than metal roofing. Consequently of that American landfills receive on average 20 billion pounds of old asphalt shingles every year. To make matters worse, asphalt shingles are petroleum-based, further increasing dependency on fossil fuels and polluting landfills.
Getting a New Metal Roof is Easy!
A member of our Gator Metal Roofing team will come out to discuss your metal roof project and will understand your needs and your budget.
If you are happy with your quote and for us to go ahead, we will install your new metal roof.