Debunking Common Metal Roofing Myths
Metal is one of the most popular Roofing materials on the market today due to the many functional and aesthetic benefits it offers. Unfortunately, a number of misconceptions about metal roofing have made some homeowners wary of investing in it. In today’s post, Eldridge Roofing and Restoration separates metal roofing myths from reality:
Myth: Metal Roofing Has No Resale Value
Some homeowners falsely believe that metal roofs have no resale value due to how simple they are. On the contrary, metal roofs are highly valued—in fact, they are becoming a more popular choice every day. According to Remodeling magazine, homes that have been renovated with standing-seam metal Roofing recoup up to 85.9% of their costs.
Myth: Metal Roofs Are Loud
Since metal is thinner than most roofing materials, it’s a common misconception that a metal roof will be noisier than other materials when it rains. Actually, metal roofs are quieter than your standard asphalt shingle roof. Metal roofs are installed with solid sheathing that’s attached to the underlayment, greatly reducing outside noise.
Myth: Metal Roofs Attract More Lightning
One of the biggest concerns some homeowners have about metal roofs is that they will attract lightning. This is an unfounded fear; metal roofs are no more likely to attract lightning than any other material. It’s important to remember that lightning usually strikes the tallest object in the area; it does not discriminate based on material.
Metal roofs are an excellent choice for your home. Have a professional Roofing Company like Eldridge Roofing and Restoration handle your replacement to ensure your roof’s quality and superior performance for many years. Call us today at 832-957-9696 to learn more about our metal roofs. You can also get a free quote. We serve Houston, Conroe, and Katy TX.