While most shingle roofing products may not last much more than 15 years under the London Ontario weather, and have to be inspected every other year after 10 years, metal roofs will last for decades. London, Ontario weather can be hard on your roof: wind, cold, sun, rain, ice, snow and other elements can reduce your roof's lifespan if the building materials are not adapted to your housing needs, or simply cheap. Metal roofing materials come in different varieties and styles: copper, tin, aluminum, steel and zinc. Some metal roofs are even built to look like shingles roofs!
When comes the time to build a roof for a new house, or to redo a roof for an existing home, you should definitely consider metal roofing. The London, Ontario metal roofing experts will build a copper, tin, aluminum, stainless steel or zinc roof that has a great look and a great value. You will actually have to spend 3 or 4 times more money on asphalt shingles, over a period of 45 years, to make sure you have a solid roof. If you want to keep your house for a long time, if you'd like to pass it on to the next generation, or if you consider reselling your house, a metal roof is a great value and a necessary investment.
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The London, Ontario metal roofing contractor will build a metal roof according to your needs. Roofing materials go from copper, tin, aluminum, stainless steel or zinc and come in different styles, like shingles or tiles roof that has a great look and a great value.
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