The Metal Roof for Stormy Weather
Installing a metal roof is one of the best ways to protect your home. With heavy rains, high winds, damaging hail, and unpredictable snowfall, investing in a superior roofing solution will pay dividends.
But why choose metal?
What does metal bring to the table that common asphalt roofing does not?
- Unlike asphalt, a metal roof’s interlocking panels stand firm against hail, resisting damage. Asphalt is prone to chipping, cracking, breaking down, leaking, and blowing off.
- By screwing down the metal underneath the panels with a clip system, high winds don’t pose nearly the same problem. Anyone who’s experienced a hurricane or other intense storm has seen the asphalt shingles littering their yard or neighbor’s property.
- While asphalt retains snow on the roof, metal makes it easy for snow to slide right off.
If you live in an area with frequent extreme weather, you’re probably aware of metal roofing, but storms are becoming more prevalent. As a responsible and proactive homeowner, you can take action to protect your home.
Choose a metal roof to defend against natural disasters and inclement weather. More than simple durability, metal offers improved performance against heavy rains, hail, and high winds.
Here’s a story from Homeowners in Louisiana who saved their home from a devastating hurricane with a Classic Metal Roofing System.
Defend Your Home from Storms
Your home is often your most significant investment. So as storms rage, keeping your family, pets, and belongings safe and healthy is priority number one. Installing a metal roof is one of the best ways to bolster your home’s defenses against the elements.
Is a metal roof for you?
If you want to invest in your living situation, plan to stay in your current home, and want to protect your home for decades, a Classic Metal Roof is for you!
Don’t wait to start protecting your home from the coming storms. Our friendly, knowledgeable, and no-pressure team members are available to help get you on your way to safety. Email or call us today.