The three biggest advantages of metal roofing are that it lasts much longer, it’s more energy efficient, and it’s more attractive.
The facts tell the tale. An asphalt roof typically lasts 10 to 20 years and then it is time to pay for another roof replacement. Metal roofing lasts 2 to 3 times longer and is less likely to suffer storm damage.
It also can save you money because it is more energy efficient.
Finally, it is also has a lot more options and styles. You’ll get a roof that matches your home and adds to its curb appeal.
Yes - we always play it straight with our customers, and all our warranties are in writing. Depending on what type of metal roofing you select, the specifics of the warranty will vary. But no matter what Classic Metal Roofing products you select, the warranty will be absolutely outstanding and covers much more than typical asphalt roofing warranties.
Our experience tells us that it is always possible to find someone willing to bid lower if that’s what you want.
Instead of focusing on “being the cheapest,” we focus on delivering the best overall value. Our metal roofs last longer and they are installed by true experts, not low-cost temporary labor. While that costs a bit more up front, we firmly believe we are delivering the best long-term value in roofing.
Yes. We make it easy to apply and can almost always get you a monthly payment that fits comfortably in your budget. For more information, please visit our Financing page.
No. Lightning tends to strike the highest object in an area, no matter the material. Metal roofing does not attract lightning and poses no additional risk.
Yes, the impact resistance is better with metal roofing. Also, while most roofs lose impact resistance as they age, that is not true with metal.
The bottom line is that metal roofing is an excellent choice for resisting hail damage.
No. For typical homes, the deep-textured folds in metal shingle products will stop any louder sounds you might expect. Also, attic space and ventilation take care of the role of sound absorption no matter what kind of roofing material you have.
There is a myth that metal roofs can’t be walked on without causing damage. Not true.
There are safe ways to walk on a metal roof without causing damage to your roof. Buras Construction will give you instructions for the best way to move about your roof.
Yes. Skylights and other normal protrusions are fine with a metal roof. As with any other roofing, it is crucial that experienced installers properly flash skylights. In some cases, we may recommend replacing existing skylights if they are aging and would need replaced soon anyway.
We reject high-pressure sales tactics in favor of educating you on your options. We give you the information to make your own decision, not hammer you with overwhelming hype. In order to give you an accurate quote, we do need to visit your home and to talk with you about what you want to get out of your roof.
There won’t be a long, boring sales presentation. It’s more like a friendly conversation. Give us a call to get started.