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Standing Seam Metal Roofing Installation

Standing seam metal roofing has become a very popular option for a great looking roof that lasts for years. Asphalt shingles may be cost effective, but they wear out quickly. Metal roofs are built to last, and are not prone to rot and mildew. For more information on the benefits of installing a standing seam metal roof in Osage Beach and Lake Ozark, MO, call us now at (844) 877-ROOF .

Advantages of a Standing Seam Metal Roof

The nature of the seams stand as one of the high points of this particular type of metal roofing. Unlike shingled roofs, standing seam metal uses interlocked, vertical seams that provide practically no entry points for moisture to seep into. Seams in composite shingle roofs are considered weak points, but vertical seams are much stronger and less likely to allow a leak.

Metal roofing is much more durable and longer lasting than almost any other roofing material. In areas where storm damage is a common threat, a metal roof is durable enough to tough out the worst stormy weather. You can expect metal roofing to last between 30 and 50 years. The United States Environmental Protection Agency considers metal roofing a great option to keep a commercial structure cooler, no matter what color you want for your roof. To maximize energy efficiency, white metal roofs deflect more heat than any other variety.


Disadvantages of Standing Seam Metal

Standing seam metal roofing is not the cheapest option when it comes to commercial roofing for your business. It is mid-range in price, equitable to tile and rubber roofing materials, but not quite as expensive as slate or copper. The lifespan of metal definitely helps offset the higher cost of installation.

It can be difficult to find a roofing company that can install metal roofing with the experience necessary to do the job properly. Have no worries, however, as that is precisely where we come in. We have lots of experience with the installation of standing seam metal roofing, and always work with our clients to make sure they get exactly what they want out of a metal roof.

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