We’ve come a long way since the days that metal roofs were reserved for use on a certain type of building. Time was, you would only see a metal roof on an agricultural or industrial building than you would anywhere else.
When it comes to caring for your home, making sure that the roof above your head is in great working order is one of the most important things you need to consider.
When it comes to the wonderful world of metal roofing, there are more than enough myths and misconceptions to go around. This may be because metal roofing on residential properties is still less common than traditional asphalt and shingle roofing materials.
Anyone who has ever replaced the roof on their home knows that it can be a huge undertaking, a potentially very time consuming and costly venture.
Intro: looking after your home can feel especially difficult as the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, because winter has its own set of unique challenges. One of the biggest issues the winter weather can create for your house is the damage to your roof that snow can cause.
Yes, we here at Garvin Construction are passionate about metal roofing, and we know that choosing a metal roof for your home offers benefits you will appreciate for many, many years.
But don’t pack those decorations back away just yet! We at Garvin Construction have got all the advice you need to deck the halls without bringing down the roof:
If you’ve been considering replacing the roof on your home, then now that the weather is changing and the leaves are falling from the trees, it may be the perfect time to bite the bullet and get your roof replaced.
Many people, when they are considering updating the roof on their home, worry that installing a metal roof on their home will make it unbearably hot in the summer, meaning they will have to put up with uncomfortable levels of heat or spend more money on their energy bills so their air conditioner can keep their house cool.
It’s probably something that you haven’t considered before, and might not need to consider unless you are having work done on your roof. If you are having work done, or having your roof replaced, then there is one very important thing you will need to consider: roof slope.