Metal roofing primarily comes in two different types: Corrugated galvanized steel and aluminum. Steel roofing is less expensive than aluminum and is found virtually everywhere. Aluminum roofing, although more costly, is lightweight, long-lasting, and corrosion-resistant. Which roof type is best for your structure depends on many factors, not the least of which is the climate. For example, in salty climates near the ocean, aluminum roofing is often the metal of choice.
In terms of cost, metal roofing is about middle of the scale; it’s more expensive than asphalt but more affordable than slate or tile. Considering its durability and other benefits, metal roofing’s value for the dollar is great, however.
Note: At this time we only offer home Standing Seam Metal Roof Panels
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