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Metal Roof

Two big things come into play here – safety and cost effectiveness. Metal roofing has both of those benefits for homeowners. It can withstand the dangers of extreme weather like rain and hail, snow, and strong winds.Then there’s fire protection which is just as important as the protection from severe weather. The level of protection that the it provides is much better than that of traditional roofing solutions. Another major cause for the growing popularity of metal roofs is the color selection. They come in a wide variety of styles and colors. They look amazing, and since it is going to last for years, it is important that you like what you see. So, color and style selection is definitely a big advantage of going with a metal roof.

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One possible disadvantage of going with metal is cost. It’s usually considerably higher than the cost of the more traditional roofing solutions. But the experts say that this is compensated by, high durability, and a very low probability of any need to replace the roof in a normal life time. Often, traditional roofs need to be replaced every fifteen to twenty years, depending on the style of architecture. However, a properly installed metal roof can last upwards of 60 years.

Another disadvantage is perception. You might LOVE your new metal roof, but does your neighbor? Many homeowners associations have rules against metal roofing, so you should check before you commit to metal. If it’s prohibited by your neighborhood rules, you need to know before you invest all that money in a new roof, only to find out that you’ve caused a conflict.