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Learn About Our Metal Roof Services!
Here at Cook Roofing Company, we aim to ensure that all of our valued customers receive the highest quality support and treatment. Whether you already have a metal roof that needs replacement or repair, or you are looking to upgrade to a metal roof, don't put it off - call 417-815-6725 now!
Metal roof installation requires more than just a screwdriver and tin snips. There are special flashings and pieces that go on the ridge, pitch transitions, rakes, eaves, gutters, end walls, head walls, clips, and more. The ends of the panels have to be cut a certain way and folded to ensure water doesn't get inside.
Cook Roofing Company professionals understand the intricacies of installing metal roofing. Plus, when it comes to many other aspects of construction and repairs on your commercial or residential property in Duenweg, Cook Roofing Company will make sure that all the work is done right, so that your property looks great and is secure and dry again for years to come. Call today at 417-815-6725 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!
Would a Metal Roof Complement Your Home?
Have you considered adding some character to your home by upgrading to a metal roof? Metal roofs are becoming more popular as people find appeal in their unique look and durability. While traditional shingle roofs often last anywhere from 10 to 20 years, metal roofs can last up to 4 times as long! The specialists at Cook Roofing Company have experience installing, repairing, and replacing metal roofs, and can guarantee a job done right the first time. Give us a call at 417-815-6725 to see if upgrading to a metal roof is the right decision for you.
Are Metal Roofs Durable?
When properly installed, metal roofs can withstand wind gusts up to 140 mph. Most metal roofs will not corrode in Duenweg, MO, as long as the right type is chosen for this area’s climate. Coatings and treatments are available to provide even more protection.
Depending on the thickness of the metal you choose, metal roofing can withstand hail of up to 2″ in diameter, as well as other impacts such as blown debris. The thickness is referred to as “gauge,” with the smaller numbers indicating thicker and stronger material. For example, 29 gauge is thinner than 26 gauge, of the two most common thicknesses available. 26 gauge is much more resistant to denting from hail than 29 gauge.
It is important to note that sometimes hail does still dent metal roofs. Cook Roofing Company suggests that you maintain insurance coverage on your new metal roof, even though carriers often suggest an exclusion to save money. Call us at 417-815-6725 to find out more about metal roofs today.
Are Metal Roofs More Expensive Than Shingle Roofs?
While a shingle roof may cost less upfront, the long-life and durability of a metal roof can save money in the long run. A standing seam metal roof, for example, can cost two to three times the amount of a traditional shingle roof, but can last anywhere from 40-60 years. If you plan on staying in your current home long enough a metal roof will likely benefit you, although when you do sell your home the addition of a metal roof should make your home value go up. Call 417-815-6725 to speak to the professionals at Cook Roofing Company to get a free estimate.
Are Metal Roofs Low Maintenance?
Not only does a metal roof last for many decades, but the upkeep needed is also minimal. Clearing debris, keeping the gutters clean, replacing old gaskets, repainting, and resealing every 20 years, are the only major things you will need to worry about when you install a metal roof.
In Duenweg, you should not have to worry about corrosion or rust, since metal roofs are designed to be impervious to water and dry out at a faster rate than wood. However, make sure not to allow debris to pile up on your roof or in your gutters as they can cause moisture to pile up, which can cause rust or corrosion over time.