Stone Coated Metal Roofing Vs. Metal Roofing
Stone coated metal roofing is strong and stylish. Metal roofing has risen in popularity due to its longevity and ease of maintenance. Stone coated metal roofing boasts an even larger lifespan and allows you to add curb appeal to your home.
Stone Coated Metal Roofs
Stone coated metal roofs combine the style of slate, tile, and shingle roofs with the long-lasting reliability of metal roofing. A well maintained and cared for stone coated metal roof can last 50 - 100+ years. Stone coated metal roofs are strong and durable while also adding elegance and beauty to a house. The materials are also recyclable and even reusable in some cases.
Metal roofs are a great option for someone looking for a more protective roof that will last a long-time. It is a more expensive option than asphalt shingles and will last 40-70 years with proper care and maintenance. Metal roofs do have drawbacks, primarily metal roofs are loud under precipitation and do not always add curb appeal to a house.
Both styles of roofing are fire, wind, and hail resistant and can improve energy efficiency in your home. The main advantage to working with stone coated metal roofs is the wide variety of styles available as compared to metal roofing.