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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 432-223-0542 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 Rocksprings, TX, 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 432-223-0542 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!
Is a Metal Roof Right for You?
If you have ever wondered if a metal roof may be right for your home, call Cook Roofing Company at 432-223-0542. Our specialists would be happy to discuss the benefits with you, as well as answer any questions or concerns you may have. Metal roofs are durable and long lasting and can be a great investment for any homeowner if they are installed correctly. Our professionals are experienced in metal roof installation and repairs, and will ensure that everything is done right the first time!
Metal Roofs are Aesthetically Appealing
For some people, the look of a nice standing seam metal roof is well-worth the additional cost. The most common metal profiles are aluminum, steel, zinc, copper, and tin, with steel being the most durable and most popular. The style options are endless, and you can even have their shape and texture mimic the look of other materials such as wood.
In terms of metal roofing colors, you can have your roof painted or coated with any color you can imagine. And although it is the most expensive metal roofing, many homeowners install copper roofs because of their natural beauty.
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 Rocksprings, Texas, 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.
How Much Does a Metal Roof Cost?
Standing Seam Metal Roofs are often as much as two or three times more expensive than an architectural shingle roof. While the life of a metal roof is much longer, investing in a metal roof only makes sense if you plan to stay in your home long enough to enjoy the cost benefits. However, you should recoup about 85-95% of the cost of a new metal roof when you sell your home. Trust the specialists at Cook Roofing Company to give you a competitive and thorough estimate of the cost of a new metal roof. Financing is available in many cases.
How Much Maintenance Will My Metal Roof Need?
One of the appeals of a metal roof is their long-lasting durability, but how often will your roof need to be serviced? Metal roofs are built to last decades, resist rust and water damage, and will dry out more quickly than a traditional roof.
The roof itself should not need much attention once installed other than some basic cleaning to keep it free of leaves, debris, or other foreign objects which may unknowingly cause water to collect. As for long term care, about every 20 years you should have your roof resealed and repainted, as well as checking any replacing certain parts like old gaskets.