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Benefits of Metal Roofing

November 22, 2018

If your neighbors had a metal roof installed on their home, you might not even notice right away. Of course, over time, the durability of their roof would stand out as the surrounding homes replaced their roofs one or more times. 

Whether you are building a new home, or replacing an existing roof due to wear and tear or storm damage, calling in a professional Tulsa roofing contractor can help you explore all the options on the market. There are many products to choose from, with choices for nearly every home style and budget.

If you have not previously considered metal roofing Tulsa area home, call in an expert to learn about the benefits.


While there are metal roofs that are obviously metal-looking with vertical seams, other styles are manufactured creating an appearance similar to slate, wood shake, clay tiles or shingles. This variety of choices provides options to fit nearly any style of home.


Extreme weather can destroy a traditional roof, causing homeowners and their insurance company to cover repairs or replacements. Metal roofs tulsa offer more resistance to wind, fire and the elements, compared to other products. With any material you choose take the time to learn about the warranty.

Energy Efficiency

Ask the professional Tulsa roofing contractor you are working with about ways to increase your energy efficiency with metal roofing. The level of efficiency varies with each product.

Long Term Investment

When you consider that it can be estimated that asphalt shingles will need to be replaced 2-4 times during the span of a metal roof, an investment now can be more than reducing future costs. It can also reflect less maintenance over that time.

Selecting a material is an important part of the conversation, but working with a professional Tulsa roofing contractor can ensure the products are properly installed. Consider calling Dan's Roofing, Inc., a local company that has been serving the Tulsa area since 1989. Their relationship with local suppliers provides access to quality materials and their expertise reflects decades of experience.

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