By Rainier Michaud. Metal Roofing. Published at Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 - 01:55:29 AM.
You are probably thinking about that old cheap metal roof over the barn that used to sound like a machine gun burst when it is raining… Modern metal roofing is usually installed over a plywood, solid sheathing, or over your existing roof. It will make no more noise than a regular asphalt shingle roof.
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.
Aluminum is another popular metal roofing material, which is corrosion resistant and is known to last over 50 years in professionally performed metal roofing applications. It is more expensive than steel, but it is very light weight and very popular among the homeowners.
Residential Metal Roofing Materials – Steel: This is the most frequently used metal roofing material today. Steel offers a great degree of durability in metal roofing. It is usually protected by a layer of zinc and aluminum alloy, which protects it from rust and corrosion.
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