Frequently Asked Questions

Metal roofing is becoming more and more popular due to its many benefits. Not only is metal roofing more durable than traditional shingles, but it also increases a home’s resale value. In fact, metal roofs can increase a home’s resale value by up to 6%.

Depending on the metal roof style and size and slope of your home, a replacement metal roof might cost $9,000 to $14,000.

Metal roofing types come in a wide range of styles, so it’s best to choose one that suits your requirements. There are advantages and disadvantages to each roofing type. Speak with one of our consultants to know what you want and find the best fit for your budget.

Similar to standing seam, this type of roof is beneficial for large commercial buildings. It is durable, due to the corrugation of the metal, and typically lasts longer than asphalt roofs.

Metal roofing is a great investment. Not only does it have a longer lifespan than traditional shingled roofs, but metal roofs are also more resistant to hail and other severe weather conditions. If you’re looking for a roof that will last you for decades, metal is the way to go.

Metal roofs require very little upkeep, which is great news for you. We suggest inspecting your metal roof every year to look for signs of rust development. The only maintenance required is periodic roof and gutter cleaning.

If you’re looking for a roofing color that will really pop, go with black or red. However, if you want something a bit more muted, brown, gray, or blue are all great options. Just make sure to contrast the roof color with the building itself – a yellow building looks great with a black roof!