Reducing energy costs is one of the ways that homeowners can preserve and enhance the value of their property. The type of roof you put on your home can have a major impact on both costs and value. Metal roofing is an asset and solid investment in maintaining the long-lasting value of your house.
Our company Prometal Roofing uses the latest technology and the best materials available today to guarantee our customer’s satisfaction, providing them with a roofing solution that is cost-effective, durable, and beautiful.
The modern European roofing technologies allow for construction of roofs that are Eco-friendly, attractive and much longer-lived than other roofing options. A new metal roof will both look luxurious and be maintenance-free for 50 years or more, outperforming other types of roofing.
Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy with a Prometal roof and its integrated ventilation system:
- Our roofs offer a beautiful melding of form and function.
- Our customers enjoy a lifetime’s worth of maintenance-free durability product.
- We offer a 50-year warranty, which is fully transferable if you sell your property.
- Metal roofs are lightweight, having only a fraction of the weight of traditional asphalt shingles.
- Resistant to mildew and stains.
- Our roofs allow for an even distribution of heat on all levels, reducing heat build-up or cold spots.
- The luxury look and increased efficiency of a metal roof can increase the value of your home.
- Metal roofing is resistant to damage from squirrels and other animals.,
- Metal roofs require minimal maintenance, and last decades longer than other types of roofing.
- Metal roofs are more ecologically friendly than other roofing options.
Ensuring sufficient attic ventilation is an important part of maintaining a comfortable living environment and maximizing your home’s energy-efficiency. Metal roofing with a self-ventilating system promotes air circulation, preventing problems like:
- Excessive build-ups of snow and ice on your roof.
- Excessive heat build-up in the attic, leading to moisture condensation in the insulation.
- Uneven heat distribution throughout the house, leading to a second story that is too hot in the summer, and too cold in the winter.
- Uneven levels of humidity and heat that can cause excessive expansion and contraction of doors and windows, compromising their seals and shortening their useful lives.
- Too much humidity, especially in the attic, can lead to the development of mold, which is a serious irritant for people who are plagued with allergies or asthma.