Whether asphalt shingles, cedar shingles or concrete tiles, you have many options available to you when it’s time to replace your old roof.
Another roofing option to consider is a metal roof. Learn the many benefits of metal roofing, maximizing your metal roof investment and how your metal roof replacement could be the last roof you ever need.
Metal Roofing Has Its Perks
From traditional standing seam metal roofs to Stone Coated metal and shingle profiles, metal roofing offers many design options for homeowners. Why settle for a traditional asphalt shingle roof when a metal roof may last 100 years and give your home a boost in visual aesthetics?
Following are more benefits of choosing a metal roof for your Wyoming home:
- Metal roofs are available in a variety of beautiful colors and profiles.
- Warranties are available for 50 years.
- Metal roofs are highly resistant to wind-driven storms, impacts, fires and snow and ice.
- You can save energy by installing a metal roof.
- Metal roofs require a fraction of the maintenance of asphalt, natural wood, and concrete tiles.
Traditional Vs. Stone Coated Metal Roofing
Traditional standing seam metal roofs are sheets of steel alloy installed in a vertical pattern. This profile is well suited for many homes by providing a practical, yet sleek look.
However, more homeowners these days are getting the best of both worlds by taking advantage of modern metal roof manufacturing in Stone Coated metal roofs.
Stone Coated metal roofing systems offer profiles in traditional sheets and beautiful and modern shingles, shakes, tile and slate profiles. These are premium options that deliver the same benefits of traditional metal roofs and much more.
- Stone Coated metal shingles provide a multi-dimensional appearance for a richer look.
- Stone Coated metal offers best-in-industry “A” Fire Rating and also preventing ice dams.
- Stone Coated metal provides optimal protection against rust and corrosion.
Metal Roof Installation
When installing a metal roof, special considerations are required for underlayment, flashing, thermal movement and fastening, in addition to basic roofing principles.
Hire a roofing contractor with extensive experience and portfolio for designing and installing traditional and Stone Coated metal roofing systems.
Maximizing Your Investment
Whether you choose a metal roof or stay with an asphalt or concrete tile roof, be sure to have it professionally inspected once a year and following turbulent storms and impacts. Keep an eye out for dents and loose flashing and seams which can lead to moisture infiltration.
Choosing to install a metal roof is very exciting. Work with experienced professionals from the beginning for a successful roof investment through the years by contacting Wyoming Roofing today!