When large pieces are securely connected, a metal roof can be an incredibly long-lasting investment. When built and cared for well, a metal roof can last 50+ years over its establishment. To keep it looking its best, we recommend that you perform basic surface maintenance on the metal roofing once approximately every 18 months, depending on the area’s climate. More humid or extreme climates may need additional care.
Metal roofing will lower your carbon footprint and your electric bill no matter what kind of building you use it on. The metal material absorbs the natural heat of the sun while reflecting UV rays, which keeps large buildings at a balanced temperature, no matter what the season is. This perk lets you save money on costly air conditioning and heating bills. There are also options for metal roofing to be made from or to become recyclable materials, reducing the effect of building material debris on the planet. Buildings in desert climates can benefit the most from this type of roofing. Additionally, metal roofs can create a more industrial or avant-garde look beyond the typical tile roofs that are popular in the desert.