By Devona Pelletier. Metal Roofing. Published at Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 - 08:49:20 AM.
Copper is perhaps the oldest type of metal roofing material that has been in use for a very long time and is known to last for over 70 years. In fact it is said that copper is getting better as it ages. Copper is highly expensive and that’s why it is usually used in limited applications such as the the facial coverings of the windows.
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.
It wasn’t long ago that seeing a metal roof in residential areas was the exception rather than the rule. Today it is not uncommon to see multiple metal roofs on the same street. When a person knows what they are looking for it becomes apparent that the great majority of these roofs are installed using inferior materials and methods.
Many manufacturers are developing new techniques to manufacture eco friendly roofs and even offering special radiant coatings to improve them even more. The homeowner can enjoy reduced costs in energy bills throughout the year due to the reflective qualities, coupled with the pigments and coatings used in metal roofing.
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