Metal roofing has many features that homeowners find appealing. Here’s a quick rundown of the material’s advantages and disadvantages:
- Lightweight, meaning it doesn’t put so much pressure on your walls and foundations.
- Low maintenance.
- Durable and industry-grade.
- Suitable for Australia’s climates. It can survive the hot and cold weather.
- Fire resistant
- Offers a wide range of colours and appearance.
- You will need to pay up-front for steel roofing materials.
- Some metals are more susceptible to corrosion, but that depends on the circumstances.
- Provides less insulation from heat and noise compared to other roofing materials.
- Has a low thermal mass, meaning it has very little heat storage capacity.
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