Although the initial cost of metal roofing is
higher, the life-cycle costs are substantially
lower than conventional materials.
The decision to select metal roofing is often
based upon the fact that the homeowner either
doesn't want to or can't afford to replace their
conventional roof every 10 to 12 years. Metal
roofing, on the other hand, will provide years
of low maintenance service life.
In the end, the cost of metal roofing --
while clearly a little more than you would pay
upfront for traditional roofing material -- is
well worth its price; giving you more than
double the lifespan than you would normally
receive from traditional roofs.
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