Top-rated Metal Roofers in Cape Coral
When you want a roof that’s stylish and unique while still offering exceptional durability and longevity you might consider installing a metal roof on your home. No longer left behind in the world of barns and sheds, metal roofs are one of the number one roofing choices among homeowners in Palm Coast.
A new metal roof is a big investment, but when you partner with Elo Roofing you’ll know that you’re making the right choice for your home. We’d love to explain the benefits of the many different metal roofing options we offer to help you find the roofing system that works best for your property. Call Palm Coast’s reliable roofing company today to schedule your free estimate and find out what we can do for you!
What Are the Advantages of a Metal Roof?
Metal Roofs are Energy Efficient
Metal roofing is able to reflect much of the sun’s heat and energy which can help save money on cooling costs. It’s estimated that the reflective properties of a metal roof can reduce your energy costs by as much as 20%!
Metal Roofs are Environmentally Friendly
Are you keeping a close eye on your environmental impact? A metal roof might be just what you’re looking for, then. Often, metal roofing can be made from recyclable materials. Even then, almost all metal roofing material can be recycled at the end of their useful life making this an extremely environmentally friendly choice.
Metal Roofs are Durable
Living in Palm Coast, you need a roof that can stand up to the local weather. Studies conducted by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety have found that metal roofing is significantly more durable than standard asphalt shingles. If you’re looking for a roof that can handle anything the climate throws at it, metal is for you!
Types of Metal Roofs We Install
Aluminum is lightweight and durable which cuts down on transportation and labor costs. As one of the more affordable metal roofing materials, aluminum doesn’t quite have the style of other metal roofs but what it lacks in style it makes up in value.
Copper roofing offers a level of curb appeal that can’t be achieved with any other roofing system on the market. Whether sporting the brand new shine when first installed or the unmistakable green patina of aging, copper roofs are known for their beauty and durability. As an added benefit, copper roofing can greatly increase your home’s value!
Steel is often the go-to metal roofing choice for local homeowners. Energy-efficient, recyclable, lightweight, and durable, steel roofing is easy to install and highly customizable. Steel also has a considerably longer life expectancy than other roofing materials and even other metal roofs making it perfect for anyone that’s looking for a roof that will last.
Corrugated Metal Roofing
Corrugated metal roofs come in large, prefabricated sheets that are easy to install. They’re inexpensive, lightweight, and built to last making them the perfect addition for many outdoor applications.
Standing Seam Metal Roofing
Standing seam metal roofing has become increasingly popular among Palm Coast homeowners in recent years. These roofs come in a variety of seam types including snap-lock, mechanical lock, and batten panel. While the method of interlocking is different they all come with the benefit of fasteners that are hidden within the seam to protect them from the harsh and damaging elements.
Exposed Fastener Metal Roofing
Exposed fastener metal roofing is very similar to standing seam metal roofing in that it’s installed in long panels with visible seams. The difference between them is that the fasteners on exposed fastener roofs are – as you might guess – exposed instead of hidden underneath the seam. These roofs are more economical than standing seam roofs while still offering a unique look and superior protection than other materials.
Metal Shingle Roofing
Do you love the look of a shingle roof but you’re not so fond of the life expectancy, durability, or maintenance needs of other types of shingles? Metal shingles are what you want. These shingles are designed to look like shingles made from other materials like asphalt, cedar, and slate but offer the greater durability and protection that we love so much about metal roofs.