Steel roofing is largely made up of recycled material, which makes steel roofs a more sustainable choice than asphalt shingles.
Steel roofs are more energy efficient
thanks to their reflective qualities, which can block heat transmission to the home's interior as well as retain heat in cooler temperatures
Steel roofing is more expensive as a ONE-TIME cost. Metal roofing is typically less expensive in the long run because of its longevity, with a life span of 60+ years it can easily outlast three asphalt roofs which last around 15-20 years.
Lower Long Term Cost
Insurance companies look favorably on metal roofing because research has shown that homes with metal roofs receive less damage from storms and house fires
Steel Roofing is typically Class A fire-rated and noncombustible, making it the most resistant to catching fire, when compared to different materials such as wood, concrete, metal plastic, or glass metal easily stands out as the strongest and most durable in regular and extreme weather conditions. When properly installed, metal roofing is designed to withstand
- Driving Rain
- Hail and Ice
- Extreme Cold