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Your roof protects the interior and structure of your home, while contributing to the comfort and safety of your family. Regardless of whether your home is new or existing construction, if it requires a roof replacement then metal materials are a good choice. This type of material not only offers financial and aesthetic added value to your home, but also a number of significant advantages over conventional roofing materials. At Roof Experts, LLC in Haltom City, TX our team of experienced roofing contractors has spent years working with residents and businesses across the DFW Metroplex to handle all kinds of roofing related problems.

To help our customers and members of the community get a better idea of why a metal roof could be a good idea for your home, we decided to spend some time going over the topic. When it comes to a metal roof, there are several reasons why it may be a better choice than other options such as asphalt.


One of the most famous advantages of metal roofs is the fact that they last longer than other roofing materials. Other roofing materials such as asphalt, wood or brick will only last to 13 to 20 years on average and may need additional care during this time. High quality metal roofs, on the other hand, can last 50 years or more and require little or no maintenance. The long service life makes it a valuable investment in the overall value of your home that can last you for an entire lifetime.


One of the main strengths of metal roofs is their ability to withstand extreme atmospheric conditions, including strong winds, heavy rain, snow, and hail. Over time, other roofing materials such as asphalt, wood, and tiles begin to rot in hot, cold, and wet conditions, causing them to collapse and weakening their ability to protect your home. Metal roofs are not sensitive to changes over time and do not become weaker over time. Finally, the metal roof barrier structure prevents shingles from breaking or eroding.


As mentioned, metal roofing requires less care and upkeep of the lifetime of the material. This is because metal is a building material that is far more durable than asphalt, tiles or wood materials. A high-quality metal roof uses a PVDF coating, which consists of very tight molecular bonds, so that dirt can be easily removed from the roof when it rains. In most environmental conditions, metal roofs remain clean in the long run. The resin-based coating is also resistant to lime, bleaching, staining and peeling, creating an additional level of durability


Metal roofing not only protects your family and home, but can also help protect the environment. A metal roof is made of 95% recycled material and is fully recyclable at the end of its useful life. However, because of their longevity, it will still be years before the metal roof must be replaced altogether. During this time, the asphalt roof may need to be replaced several times, creating additional landfill waste with each replacement. However, metal roofs are 100% recyclable and can be repurposed several times, effectively reducing the amount of waste produced.


Another environmental benefit of metal roofs is the fact that they are far more energy efficient than other roofing materials. Metal roofs can reflect sunlight and minimize the increase in heat in your home. In addition, metal roofs quickly remove heat at sunset. This makes the roof feel cool and no heat is emitted by radiation in your attic. Have you ever walked through an asphalt parking lot in the summer after sunset? If so, you will continue to feel the heat coming from the asphalt. This is because asphalt collects heat and radiates heat long after the sun sets. When asphalt is on your roof, this heat radiates further into your home, which causes more work on your air conditioning system. Because metal roofs remove heat quickly, less heat enters your house, reducing your cooling system and significantly reducing your electricity bill.


If you’re already looking for a new roof, or if you’re worried about the condition of your existing roof, then it’s a good time to reach out to an experienced roofing contractor so we can help you make the right decision for your home or business. A metal roof could make a big difference in a variety of surprising ways, and we are always ready to work with you to make a decision that works best for you. To find out more about metal roofs, or to see about having your roof replaced, don’t hesitate to contact us right away!

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