Metal roofing used to be associated with industrial buildings, but it has now become popular in the residential sector as well. If you’re planning a roof replacement for your home, metal is worth considering. Here are some key things to know about metal roofs:
Moisture damage is one of the biggest threats to your roof. Left unattended, moisture that seeps into your roof can put your entire home at risk.
Roof coatings can help ensure that your commercial roofing system is protected and will last a long time. They serve as barriers against the sun’s harmful rays and they also limit expansion and contraction cycles that could otherwise lead to the premature failure of the underlying roofing membrane.
The release of new products designed to protect the environment is always encouraging, and the recent collaboration between Malarkey Roofing Products® and 3M is no exception. The two companies worked toward their shared goal of improving air quality, and the result of their effort is the 3M™ smog-reducing granule.
The Pacific Northwest sees frequent bouts of heavy rainfall. As such, homeowners need to choose roofing materials that can withstand torrential downpours, protecting the home from water damage.