When properly constructed, a metal roof should last the life of the building. They resist leaks and strong winds better than conventional roofing systems, and therefore typically come with excellent warranties, from manufacturers and installers.
Complete metal building systems have a longer lifespan and require less maintenance over the life of the structure.
The ventilation structure of metal roofs improve the comfort level of the air inside a home, making for a living environment that is consistently heated or cooled from room to room.
In most cases, installing a metal roofing system allows for a significant reduction in homeowners insurance costs, as well as qualification for the Federal Tax Credit for energy efficiency.