We here at Quarve Contracting can help if you are stressing over the thoughts of handling roofing issues or possibly worse, having to replace your home's roof after only 10 to 15 years. If your home's roof is a traditional asphalt, its life expectancy is only 10 to 15 years. This is only if you are lucky; most often long before then you will have to handle missing shingles or issues which are bigger. Yes, asphalt roofing in today's market today is the most cost effective up front; however, not in the long run.Metal roofs are popping up all over, you may have noticed. This is for residential buildings also, not just commercial. More homeowners are getting tired of dealing with issues with their asphalt roofs. Metal roofs are a wise choice for any Minnesota home due to them being beautiful, energy efficient, and extremely durable. Metal roofing does not deteriorate (unlike traditional asphalt shingle or wood shakes) with sun or rain exposure and can handle winds with speeds up to a massive 140 MPH! That about covers the tornadoes and high wind storms we get here in the Minneapolis area.
Metal roofs are also exceedingly resistant to hail. That should be good news for Twin Cities residents. You will be amazed at how metal roofs seal water out, shed snow easily, and survive winds at high speeds. They also have a resistance to mildew, rot, fire, and insects.
Metal roofs are exceptional in energy efficiency. In winter your home will stay warmer and in summer you home stays cooler. Plus, you can expect your energy bills to be decreased. Several experts in home improvement state that investing in quality metal roof is an investment that can last a lifetime. Just think - you'll never again have to think about replacing your roof.
And a metal roof can add beauty to your home. There is a wide range of colors and designs that will coordinate with all style of homes.Benefits of Metal Roofing
- Extremely energy efficient
- Durability and longevity
- Friendly for the environment, being 100% recyclable and made from recycled content
- Protection against all weather extremes
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