Metal Roofing

The last roof you’ll ever need.

Benefits

Lasting Durability

Want a roof that can last 50 years? This is the roof you want.

Low Maintenance

Basic care is all that is required for this roof to last decades.

Environmetally friendly

Can be recycled up to 28%. That’s good for the everybody.

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing Benefits

A metal roof is one of the best investments you can make to boost your home’s value. Delivering beauty, longevity, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability—metal roofing offers benefits for any size home.

The Last Roof You’ll Ever Need

Metal roofing can last fifty years or more and, in most cases, requires very little maintenance over the course of its lifespan. Metal roofing can end up saving you time and money in the long run. Plus, most metal roofing products come backed with solid manufacturing and installation warranties.

Long lasting Durability

While your neighbours may re-roof their home many times, a high-quality metal roof will likely be the last roof you’ll ever need.

Resistant to cracking, shrinking and erosion, metal roofing systems are capable to withstand extreme weather conditions such as extreme high winds and hailstorms.

Easy Care & Low Maintenance

A quality metal roof properly installed can withstand just about anything that Mother Nature can throw at it. Unlike asphalt or shingle roofs which require regular maintenance to replace broken or deteriorating shingles as well as moss and algae removal. Metal roofing requires minimal maintenance.

For the most part, ensuring your metal roof is free from debris and a once-yearly inspection for minor maintenance items such as cleaning or paint touch up is typically all that is required to keep your metal roof in high-quality condition all year round.

FAQ

Roof It is happy to answer any questions you may have regarding metal roofing. Please get in touch with us today.

How long does metal roofing last?

You can expect a metal roof to last at least 2 to 3 times longer than a regular roof. In general terms, count on a metal roof lasting 30 to 50+ years since metal roofs can often be repainted versus replaced.

To put it in context, the average lifespan of an asphalt roof is 12 to 20 years. That lifespan can be shorter depending on the pitch of your roof and the climate in your area. Made of oil impregnated paper or fiberglass, asphalt shingle roofs begin to deteriorate as soon as you expose it to normal weather. A metal roof, however, will never decompose.

Other roofing materials like wood shingle, shake and tile have varying degrees of weather-related problems that lead to breakdown. Wood shingle and shake roofs often need replacement before twenty years. Concrete tile roofs can crack and prone to warping.

All the above roofing materials are well-outlasted by metal roofing, which retains its good looks and high-quality finish decade after decade after decade.

Does it cost more for a metal roof?

Metal roofing is a premium home product, so you can expect your new roof to cost approximately two to three times what an asphalt shingle roof cost. However, a metal roof is comparable in price to tile roofing. If you currently have a slate roof, you can expect your metal roof to cost less.

No matter what kind of metal roofing style you choose, you’ll never have to worry about your roof again. Plus, your new metal roof will add to the resale value of your home, save you money on energy bills, whilst giving you peace-of-mind that you’ll likely never have to re-roof again. Now, that’s a smart investment.

Is a metal roof environmentally responsible?

Not only is metal roofing great for your home, it’s great for the environment. The recycled content of the steel in a metal roof is about 28% and is completely recyclable at the end of its lifespan. This makes metal roofing a green building material, which is good for everyone.

Do you have a product catalogue and samples available?

Yes, we can arrange these items for you. Please contact us.

Can you provide a free quote?

Yes, we can provide a free quote. We will need to carry out a site visit and discuss your specific requirements in detail. We are also happy to talk with your architect and builder. Please contact us so we can arrange a suitable time to meet onsite.