Replacing your roof or installing a new one at your new house can be a tricky decision. There are a great number of material choices to choose from that one often gets confused. Before you go on and make the wrong decision, you should do some research on all the types of roofing material available in the market. Through this post, we will convey the advantages and disadvantages of the popular metal roofs. We’ll look into some of their features that can be beneficial and those that can become a hassle. Like other coatings such as asphalt shingles, asphalt, and gravel, elastomeric membranes or TPO membranes, metal roofs are a possible solution to dress your roof. Several materials are available on the market for your metal roof: zinc, lead, aluminum, copper, steel, tile, and many more! Regardless of the material selected, your metal roof will likely have the same advantages and disadvantages, the most common of which are discussed below.

  • Extremely durable and can last up to 50 years
  • Resistant to harsh weather conditions
  • A good price performance ratio

  • Generates a lot of noise in case of rain and hail
  • Requires a lot of maintenance
  • Expensive to install