The Right Metal Roofing Solution for Your Commercial Building

Metal Roofing for Your Buildings in Texas

Are you looking for a commercial roofing solution that is durable and beautiful?  If so, you might want to go for metal roofing.  Metal roof installations have become more commonplace in residential as well as commercial properties over the last few years, and their popularity only seems to multiply.  This is primarily because the low maintenance of metal roofing in Texas are seen to be more practical in the long run and maintain their aesthetic integrity.

We, here at Silverado Roofing Group, LLC, make it a point to offer our customers with reliable commercial metal roofing services in Texas without cutting any corners with quality.  Even the most modest commercial properties can benefit from the advantages of our high-quality metal roofing services.  Discover how our metal roofing solutions are right for your commercial property.

Metal roofs are extremely durable

The main selling point of metal roofing is its durability.  Typically, a metal roof lasts two to three times longer than an asphalt roof. When you choose asphalt as a roofing material for your commercial property, you will need to replace it within 15 to 20 years.  With a metal roof, on the other hand, you will not need to do anything to it for at least 50 years!  The reason?  Metal roofs are virtually immune to the unsightly mildew stains often found on asphalt roofs, they do not leak or rust and they can withstand wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour!

Metal roofs require low maintenance

Apart from an annual inspection, clearing of accumulated leaves or other debris and checking rooftop ancillaries and air conditioners to ensure they are properly drained and supported, a metal roof does not require much maintenance.  After all, a metal roof can stand up to a considerably higher level of impact than some other roofing materials.

Metal roofs are aesthetically pleasing

The appearance of metal roofs has drastically improved over the years.  Unlike the old, ugly metal barn roofs, the newer metal roofs come in a host of new colors, finishes and profiles.  In addition, its design can be patterned to resemble the more sophisticated styles of roofs today.  For example, some metal sheets can be installed to look like that of a Spanish tile, a wooden shake, or a Vermont slate, among many others.  And since a metal roof comes in a variety of colors, it is possible to choose the perfect shade to match your taste.

Metal roofs are cost-effective in the long run

When you really look at it, the price of metal roofing is somewhat higher than that of the regular asphalt shingle roofs available today.  But when you compare them alongside each other, asphalt shingle roofs would typically require you to change roofing after 15 years or so.  And that would mean that you are bound to spend the same amount as you did the first time you installed it as it maxes out its life span.  Yes, the upfront costs of a metal roof are considerably higher than that of an asphalt roof, but metal roofing is an investment that will pay for itself in the long run.

Metal roofs are energy efficient

Did you know that metal roofs can greatly decrease your air conditioning bill during the hot months of summer?  Yes, another one of the significant benefits of time-tested metal roofing is that metal has sun reflective properties (unlike asphalt and cedar shingles that absorb heat), which allow it to reflect the heat radiation away from your roof keeping your commercial property cool and your energy bill low.

Metal roofs are environmentally friendly

As a commercial property owner, if you want to move your business towards a “greener” direction, metal roofing is the best choice for you as it can reduce or eliminate chemical substances.  How, you ask?  Well, metal is not vulnerable to insects, mildew or rot.  As a result, it does not require the application of insecticides or other hazardous chemicals, unlike other traditional roofing materials.  In addition, when you stop to think about how many tons of shingles and roofing tiles end up in landfills every year, you can easily see how having a metal roof that typically lasts for about half a century is remarkably beneficial for the environment, getting rid of tons of waste every year.

Given these benefits, it seems like everyone would want to choose metal for their roof.  However, you must keep in mind that even the best metal system can fail if it is not installed professionally.  This is where we come in!

We Are a One-Stop Source for Reliable Installation and Protection

Silverado Roofing Group, LLC specializes in all aspects of Texas commercial roofing projects.  We know that installing a new roof is a big investment; hence it should be done accordingly and properly so that it will last longer.  With our experience and a steady commitment to the highest standard of production and customer satisfaction, we can install a metal roof on your commercial property that will last long, look good and save you a ton of money in the long run!

Looking for a durable roofing solution for your commercial property that does not get you in trouble of expensive maintenance cost in the future?  Get in touch with Silverado Roofing Group, LLC via phone or email today.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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