Salem-area home and business-owners can save thousands of dollars by investing in metal roofing. It's durable, energy-efficient, and better for the environment than oil-based roofing products.
A metal roof can save you up to 15% per month on heating and cooling costs if properly installed. Metal roofing material with the right type and amount of insulation installed underneath it is great at maintaining your home's internal temperature. This means you will typically have a lower power draw while using your heating and airconditioning units.
Metal roofs are an investment in a safer, more efficient, and more attractive home. Metal roofing in Salem tends to last for over 30 years, which far exceeds the lifespan of other options, it comes with great warranty options, and comes in a variety of different colors and styles. As an added benefit, metal roofs typically require less maintenance (algae and moss are less likely to grow on metal roofs) and they are highly fire-resistant.
Metal roofing material is very durable, and can often last for over 30 years in the Salem area. This is a longer lifespan than many other types of roofing. It's relatively low-maintenance, fire-resistant, and comes with industry-leading warranties from manufacturers. Depending on the type you choose, a metal roof could be the last roof you ever need to buy.
In addition to the fact that metal can be painted in just about any color, it can also be manufactured in a great deal of different styles. We install more traditional metal roofing materials (standing-seam and copper roofs, for example), but we also install metal roofs that are intended to look like shingles, tiles, or even wood shakes, but still come with the advantages of being made of galvanized steel.
Metal roofing typically has a higher price point than asphalt shingles, but the lifespan can be nearly double. If you factor in the longer lifespan and the cost savings from being a better natral insulator and reflector (lower heating and cooling bills), investing in metal roofing just makes sense.
A lot of the byproduct of a metal roof can be recycled, which reduces the environmental impact of installing (and later disposing of) a metal roof. Asphalt roofing materials typically end up in landfills, and they're oil-based to boot. In addition to the recyclability, metal roofs are more efficient insulators and can reduce a building's energy consumption by up to 15%, depending on a number of factors.
Why work with Slate & Slate Roofing?
We have been serving the Salem, Oregon area with top-rated roofing services for nearly 30 years as a locally operated and owned family business and we have a tremendous reference list to show for it. We maintain an A+ rating with the BBB and have consistently rated in the top 1% of all Oregon contractors through BuildZoom.
Can you handle large commercial buildings?
Our crew has been trusted to roof some of the biggest and most iconic buildings in the Salem, Oregon area. We are expert metal roofers with experience in projects of all shapes and sizes. If you have any questions, get in touch and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have and provide you with references to contact.
Aren't metal roofs ugly?
While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, metal roofing is versatile. It comes in a wide variety of styles and colors. Whether you like the classic tile look and feel, or a more modern standing-seam metal roof, we're confident any home or business owner can find a metal roof that looks great on their building.
Which metal roofing products do you use?
When it comes to standing-seam metal roofs, we typically install local products from Bruce & Dana, a high-quality Salem metal company. For other types of metal roofing, like metal tile, shake, or shingle roofs, we install SteelRock roof products.
Slate & Slate Roofing is a top-rated, high-quality Salem roofing contractor that has been serving the Willamette Valley area for nearly 30 years as a family-owned, locally operated business. We will take care of your home's roof as if it were our own and will stand behind it with industry-leading warranties.
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