Metal roofs have many distinct advantages over other roofing materials. They are durable, lightweight, easy to install and are fireproof. With a wide variety of colors and styles to choose from, Impact Roofing can achieve virtually any look you want for your home.
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There are many types of metal roof materials used today. These can include steel, granite, copper, and aluminum. That said, there are three main types of metal roofs that stand apart from each other:
While your metal roof will cost more upfront to install, it will cost less over its lifetime. You’re making a 60+ year investment instead of purchasing something that will only last 20 years. The metal roof cost is well worth it compared to paying for asphalt shingles three times in the same period.
We offer a variety of easy-to-use financing options for homeowners in Indiana. During our in-house visit, one of our specialists will help you find the financing options that work for you and your budget.
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When your home starts to lack the curb appeal it once had, it may be time to update its exterior. Sure, you can slap on some new paint and call it a day, but if you want to take the look of your home to the next level and increase its monetary value, you need to consider new siding altogether.
Metal roofing lasts for decades. It’s not uncommon to see a metal roof last for sixty years or longer if it’s maintained properly. For your life in the home, you may never have to replace the roof if you choose metal materials.
Metal roofing is recyclable, making it environmentally friendly. If parts of your roof need to be replaced, metal roofing specialists will tear off the old pieces and use the scraps for other projects. In fact, your brand-new metal roof may already be made from recycled materials.
Most metals are found naturally in the earth, so while it’s recyclable, it’s also more economical to source more materials from our planet without damaging the resources. It doesn’t involve unhealthy practices like cutting down trees.
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