Taminka metal roofign and manufacturing
Taminka metal roofign and manufacturing

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

  

When configured and installed by TAMINKA METAL ROOFING, metal roofing can last as long as fifty five years or more and, in most cases, requires very little maintenance over the course of its lifespan. Asphalt roofing, on the other hand, will typically need to be replaced every 10-15  years or less depending on the quality of material. So even though the initial cost of metal is usually higher than asphalt, metal roofing can actually end up saving you time and money in the long run. Plus most metal roofing products are offered with true lifetime warranties of 55+ years.

Resale Value Increased

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

  

Homeowners who renovate their home with metal roofing are typically able to recoup an extremely high rate of the roof’s cost, 85.9% according to national averages, with homes in the Eastern states recouping up to 95.5%! Homes with a metal roof see, on average, up to 6% resale value gain over homes roofed with asphalt. 

Long Lasting Durabilty

Last Roof You`ll Ever Need

Easy Care and Low Maintenance

  

While your neighbors may re-roof their home many times, a high-quality metal roof will likely be the last roof you'll ever need. Resistant to cracking, shrinking and eroding, metal roofing systems can also withstand extreme weather conditions including heavy snow loads, hail storms, and wildfires.

Easy Care and Low Maintenance

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

Easy Care and Low Maintenance

  

Unlike asphalt roofs which require regular maintenance to replace broken or deteriorating shingles as well as moss and algae removal, metal roofing requires minimal upkeep. 

Tough In Any Condition

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

  
Unlike asphalt or other roofing styles, a properly constructed metal roof can handle just about anything Mother Nature can throw at it. Metal roofing can protect your home against extreme temperatures, high winds, hail, marine air and even fire—all with minimal maintenance.
A properly installed quality metal roof is practically impervious to a wide-range of extreme climate conditions. Modern residential metal roofs will not warp, crack, rot, or rust and will last  55 years with little maintenance required.. 

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

Good for the Environment and Your Wallet

  

Metal is one of the most energy efficient roofing materials available and can save your home up to 40% in air conditioning cost as well as provide excellent insulation during the winter. With a metal roofing system optimized for energy efficiency, you’ll enjoy long-term cost savings on your energy bills while reducing your environmental impact.

don`t let metal roofs myths hold you back!

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 Myth – Metal Roofing Looks Generic

Many people think that all metal roofs look the same, but  metal is actually one of the more versatile roofing materials available.  Since metal is malleable, it can be transformed into different shapes.  This means you can have a metal roof with a smooth, flat surface or one  with a more dynamic look. Metal roofs can also be made to look like  other, more traditional roofing styles.


Myth – Metal Roofing Is Loud

A lot of people are familiar with the loud noises that you  can hear when it starts raining. The truth is that a metal roof can be  just as quiet (or even quieter) than other materials, such as asphalt  shingles. 


Myth – Metal Roofing Is Only for Homes in Warm Climates

Many people are worried about getting a metal roof because  the snow can cause the roof to buckle under the weight. However, metal  roofs are actually a good option for homes in snowy areas because  metal’s non-porous nature helps it shed snow a lot easier compared with  other roofing materials. This means you also get to avoid having to deal  with problems, such as ice dams and intense snow buildup.


Myth – Metal Roof Will Rust

One of the biggest misconceptions about metal roofing is  that they are particularly vulnerable to rust. While this myth was  actually true in the past, most roofing contractors today install metal roofs made of galvanized sheet metal or stainless  steel. Furthermore, they can be covered with paint or other kinds of  protective coating to further increase their resistance to rust damage.



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