We offer metal roof installations and due to
hail damage and severe storms for the Colorado Springs, Denver, Lafayette, Broomfield and surrounding areas!
Metal Roofing is long lasting, durable and energy efficient, meaning you can rest easy knowing that you made a valuable investment.
WYNDHILL ROOFING IS BASED IN COLORADO SPRINGS, AND TRAVELS TO NORTHERN DENVER AREAS ON ALL METAL ROOFING INSTALLMENTS AT NO EXTRA COST!
With modern techniques, metal roofing can even be made to look like other material such as asphalt shingle, clay tile, cedar shake or slate. There are several colors and styles available allowing you to choose what fits best with your home.
Why metal roofing vs. asphalt shingles?
Here are just a few reasons why more and more customers are choosing metal roofing:
Metal roofing can stand up against tough weather conditions, especially like the hail we've been experiencing lately.
Metal roofing lasts longer than asphalt, and has an estimated 50+ year life span.
Weight is 50% less
That's right. Metal roofing is 50% less heavy than traditional asphalt shingles, which takes twice as much pressure off your roof.
Metal panels can be recycled after their use, unlike asphalt shingles, and are often made with up to 90% recyclable materials.
Asphalt shingles absorb more heat, which can mess with your heating and cooling, especially during the Summer. Metal panels deflect heat though, and help insulate your home better.
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One benefit to metal roofing is that the styles and colors you can get are almost endless. Here is a house with metal roofing panels that portray a traditional shingle style.
Metal roofing is versatile for all neighborhoods, both urban areas and newer suburb communities. In the picture below, it's hard to tell that this is a metal panel, not a classic shingle.
Metal roofing is more cost-effective in the long run, and an intelligent way to leverage your home's equity while protecting it from weather-related damage.
There's several reasons why more and more customers are choosing metal roofing as a means for cost-effective planning.
For example, if you have lived here in Colorado for more than two years, chances are you already understand the huge costs of replacing your roof multiple times due to our unpredictable weather.
But for our customers who had us install a metal roof, they haven't experienced the headache of replacing their roof a second time in two years.
The majority of insurance companies also give HUGE discounts on top-grade panels like metal roofing, which saves you more money. They do this because they too understand the cost-effectiveness of buying a metal roof vs. an asphalt one that could need replacing in a couple of years. At the end of the day when you really take into consideration the Colorado environment that we live in, metal roofing is the wisest choice to go.
Myth: Metal roofs are extremely noisy during inclement weather.
Fact: Metal roofing is often quieter than an asphalt shingle roof and will actually silence noise from rain, hail and bad weather.
Myth: Metal roofs will deteriorate and rust.
Fact: Today’s metal roofing systems have a “metallic coating” made of either zinc or a combination of zinc and aluminum, which prevents rust from forming .
Myth: It will increase the likelihood of a lightening strike.
Fact: Metal conducts electricity, but electricity is not drawn to it. If your home were hit by lightning, your metal roof would disperse the energy safely throughout the structure
Myth: Metal roofs are susceptible to damage by hail.
Fact: A typical hail storm will not dent your metal roof. In most cases, a metal roof can withstand decades of abuse from extreme weather like hail, high winds, and heavy snow.
Common myths and misconceptions about metal roofing