Is a Copper Roof Right for Your Home?

copper roofAre you planning to replace your roof in the near future? Generally, you’re going to need a roof replacement every 25 years, but this can vary greatly depending on the timeliness of maintenance and roof repairs. If it is time to replace your roof, it’s important that you take time to select the right material for you home. Before making your final decision, you should spend time speaking with a professional roofer about the best options for your location. One you may not have considered, however, is copper. Here are several benefits to a copper roof you may not be aware of.

Beautiful Curb Appeal

Copper roofs are very attractive. For this reason, having your roofing contractor install one will generally increase the value of your house. This secondary benefit is also attractive.

High Durability

Roof repairs can be expensive, so it’s understandable that you want your new roof to be durable. Luckily, copper roofs are extremely sturdy. While many roofs require replacement after 25 years, copper ones can last as many at 50 years when properly cared for.

Low Weight

Additionally, copper roofs put less strain on the structure of your home because they weigh less. Many roofs are very heavy and this does impact your home over time.

Think a Copper Roof is Right for You and Your Home?

After considering the many benefits, do you think that a copper roof would be right for your home? If you need a roof replacement, contact Sno-King Roofing & Gutters. We’ll be happy to discuss roofing materials, as well as the benefits of each. Additionally, we offer a wide variety of roofing services, including roof inspections and gutter care. Visit our website for more information about our company. You can also call us at (855) 736–4446 to schedule a consultation with one of our roofing contractors!

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