1. Longer Lifespan
A well-installed metal roof has an average lifespan of 50 years. But depending on the gauge, upkeep, and type of metal installed, your roof could last much longer. For instance, a copper roof could last for a century.
2. More Durable
Besides being longer-lasting, a metal roof is more durable than other materials. It can stand up to wind gusts of 140 miles per hour, hailstorms, and the heavy rains of Florida’s climate. It also resists corrosion, rotting, and fire.
3. Saves Energy
Because metal roofing reflects the sun’s UV rays, which contribute to surface radiant heat, it reduces the energy requirements for cooling your interior space. As a result of improved energy efficiency, you spend less on utility costs in Florida’s sweltering heat.