Debunking Common Metal Roofing Myths

Metal roofs’ excellent performance and visual appeal makes them an excellent choice for homeowners. Yet many homeowners buy into false myths about this roofing type. If you are considering metal roofing in Tampa, FL for your next roof replacement, knowing the truth behind these misconceptions is important.

Metal Roofing Myths

In today’s post, Arry’s Roofing, one of the leading roofers in the area, debunks the top myths:

They Attract Lightning

One common misconception is that metal roofs attract more lightning than other roofing materials. This is false: metal does not increase the chances of your home being hit by lightning. Statistics show that metal roofs are not struck by lightning any more frequently than other roofing types.

They Are Not Suited for Traditional Homes

Despite being a relatively new technology, metal roofing isn’t restricted to “modern” homes. Old-World home styles such as Colonial and Victorian can also be enhanced by metal roofing in Tampa. We can provide a high-quality metal roof for your home to meet both your aesthetic and performance needs.

They Are Noisy

As an experienced roofing contractor, we can assure you that metal roofs are no louder than other roofing types. When you work with Arry’s Roofing, your new metal roof will be expertly installed over your attic space and insulation, which buffers the outside noise. In addition, the solid sheathing in the underlayment helps block out the sound even further.

They Make Your Home Cold in the Winter

Contrary to popular belief, your metal roof in Tampa won’t make your house colder in the winter. In fact, a metal roof won’t have any effect on the temperature of your attic. The warmth of the attic depends on the quality of your home’s insulation.

Separate fact from fiction and turn to a trusted roofer like Arry’s Roofing to confirm information about different roofing materials. Metal roofs provide excellent style and function and require very little maintenance. Call us today at (727) 938-9565 to learn more about the different roofing materials we offer.