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Providing Expertise in Metal Roofing
When it’s time to consider a metal roof, you’ll notice it has many advantages compared to other roofing materials. Not only are they durable, lightweight, and easy to install; they also come in a wide variety of styles and colors so that you can achieve almost any look for your home or commercial building without losing any curb appeal.
Your new metal roof may be the last roof you ever install because it has a very long lifespan. Metal roofing requires little maintenance, making it the perfect “install it and forget it” type of roofing out there! For any of your metal roofing needs, contact Hostetler Roofing in Nashville, AR today!
What’s the Advantage of a Metal Roof?
Metal Roofs Are Durable
According to studies by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS), metal roofing is far less likely to be punctured by hail than asphalt shingles. Metal roofs can also superior protection for your home or building from other elements, including fire, wind, and pests.
Metal Roofs Are Energy Efficient
Metal is great at reflecting much of the sun’s heat and energy. While asphalt shingles absorb much of the sun’s heat, metal roofs can actually reduce your cooling energy costs by as much as 20%. Modern metal panels also have a reflective coating that release any heat absorbed throughout the day.
Metal Roofs Are Low Maintenance
Everyone wants their roof to be as low-maintenance as possible, and metal roofing is about as low-maintenance as it gets. Once your metal roof is installed, you can basically let it be! Dirt and grime will naturally slide off the panels or shingles, and you’ll never have to worry about cracks or holes.
Types of Metal Roofs We Install
Aluminum is a malleable material that can be shaped to fit any design. That means you can custom make your metal roof look like tile, shingles, or something else. Because of its reflective properties, aluminum is a bit brighter than other roofing materials, making them more reflective and beneficial for the energy-conscious.
Copper roofing is an attractive option that will improve the value of your home or building. They’re also solid, with lifespans lasting for decades. The material is also incredibly resistant to rot, hail, and fire. As long as you take care of your copper roof, it will likely last longer than you’ll live in your home.
Steel roofing is manufactured in giant rolls. It is then coated with either zinc or a zinc-aluminum mixture to protect it from oxidation. It comes in a variety of thicknesses to suit your roof’s individual needs. It is also highly-customizable, allowing you to make it look like many other roofing types.
Corrugated Metal Roofing
Corrugated metal is galvanized steel that is rolled into a pattern. The two most popular styles of corrugated metal are U-panel and R-panel. Although patterns can vary, corrugated metal is stacked like tile. The corrugation runs perpendicular to the grooves in the steel. This process enhances the strength inherent with galvanized steel.
Standing-Seam Metal Roofing
Standing seam metal roofing comes in a variety of seam types: snap-lock, mechanical lock, and batten panel. Each one interlocks differently and they provide different protection. Because of the interlocking panels, the seams stand up higher than the roof itself. The standing seam is an aesthetic feature that makes standing seam metal roofs appealing and also protects the fasteners.
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When it's time for a new roof or roof repair, you can count on Hostetler Roofing to provide the roofing services you need for a reliable roof. With over 39 years in the roofing industry, our team is ready to answer your questions and address your concerns. Thank you for considering our team for your next roofing product. We know you will be thrilled with the finished product.