Metal Roofs FAQs

If you are interested in upgrading your home this year, one of the most valuable investments you can make is installing a metal roof. This roofing material is extremely popular due to its durability, safety, long lifespan, environmental friendliness, and the value it adds to your property. Learn more by reviewing these frequently asked questions about metal roofs, then contact Hadley Roofing today to schedule a consultation with our roofing experts.

How Long Does a Metal Roof Last? 

A metal roof that has been professionally installed and properly maintained can last for over fifty years. Metal roofs are incredibly durable, virtually weatherproof, fire-retardant, and prevent moss, mildew, and pest infestation. They can withstand wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour, shed snow quickly, keep their integrity during strong hailstorms, and protect your home from catching fire due to embers from nearby wildfires.

Are Metal Roofs Noisy? 

One of the most prevalent misconceptions about metal roofs is that they are noisy during rain and hailstorms. However, research has proven that no difference exists between the noise associated with metal roofs and that of other roofing materials.

Can I Install a Metal Roof Over My Current Roof?

Metal roofing weighs so little that it can be installed directly over your current asphalt or shingle roof. This means you can enjoy the benefits of a new roof without the expensive, time-consuming, and disruptive process of a full roof removal. Installing it this way also improves the insulation of your home.

Who Should I Call for a Metal Roof Installation? 

If you have further questions about metal roofs or would like to upgrade your home with a new roof, contact Hadley Roofing today. For over four decades, our family owned and operated business has provided residents of southern Oregon with professional, reliable roofing services. We can perform a comprehensive inspection of your roof and recommend either repair or a full replacement depending on your needs.

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