Have you noticed more and more metal roofs popping up in your Wisconsin or Minnesota neighborhood? There is a good reason for this shift in roofing design. Metal roofs are designed to last while maintaining their like-new appearance for years. Let’s find out why a metal roof from C&T Siding is the right roof for your family.
1. It Lasts Longer than Other Roofing Materials
Metal roofing is constructed out of steel and is treated so it will not corrode, rust, chip, or fade over time. It comes with a lifetime warranty, and many insurance companies will lower your rates due to its resilience and longevity. You will replace your asphalt shingles every 15-20 years. Metal? Maybe never.
2. Installation is Easy and Fast
Installing a new kind of roof has to be complicated, right? Not at all. Your current shingles or slates are removed by C&T Siding and your sheathing repaired. Insulation is put down, and then your new roof is installed. Most jobs can be done in just a few days.
3. Pricing is Competitive
While it might look like a metal roof is more expensive than a traditional roof, remember that you may not have to pay for maintenance, repairs, or a full-fledged replacement as long as you own your home. When you look at the final quote, a metal roof is often comparable to a tiled or slate roof but will last much longer.
4. Resists Storm Damage and Ice Damming
Our Arrowline Metal Roofing products are even rated against hail damage. These roofs are designed to withstand high winds, damaging storms, and will shed snow at the first opportunity. There is no need to ever use your snow rake again.
5. New Styles Reflect Traditional Slates and Shingles
If you think a metal roof means it will be corrugated, think again. C&T Siding offers new metal roofs that look just like traditional shingles, shakes, or slate tiles. You can order it in the color of your choice. Your home will never have a cracked and peeling roof again. Instead, it will remain a handsome addition to your neighborhood.
Let the experts at C&T Siding provide you with a no-obligation estimate today.