What Kind of Metal Do You Prefer for Your Roof?

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If you're looking for a way to improve the appearance and durability of your roof, consider installing metal shingles. They look classy and there are several affordable metal options.

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What Kind of Metal Do You Prefer for Your Roof?

  1. 1. Understanding Your Metal Roofing Options
  2. 2. Metal shingles for roofing installation and improvements are becoming a popular alternative to traditional asphalt shingles. Metal shingles are more affordable, they last longer, and they look beautiful.
  3. 3. Stainless steel is as classic as you can get. It has that sleek metal look, it’s very affordable, and it does well under rough weather conditions.
  4. 4. Made of tin and zinc, terne is actually an alloy coating for other metals like stainless steel. It keeps these metals from corroding too quickly.
  5. 5. Zinc is naturally shiny and smooth when it comes out of the mill, which means your zinc roof will have a nice, chic-looking finish.
  6. 6. Copper has that wonderful, rich color that makes it appealing for many people. It does tend to be a little more expensive, but for those who can afford it, it looks lovely on a rooftop!
  7. 7. This type of metal is made by combining copper and stainless steel. It’s a great option for those who love the look of copper but don’t want to pay the price (since it’s much cheaper than pure copper).
  8. 8. Aluminum is perfect for those who are more budget-conscious. It still has that same smooth, classy look but it’s much more affordable than other metals.
  9. 9. It’s cheaper than other roofing options. It’s easy to install. It looks breathtaking and clean. It lasts for more than 40 years.
  10. 10. If you’re interested in metal roofing for your own home, call (801) 462-5264 or visit finemetalrooftech.com.

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