Which is the best choice metal roofing or asphalt shingle roofing?

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Asked Sep 05, 2016
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Answered Sep 05, 2016
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Answered Nov 04, 2016
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Answered Nov 24, 2016

How to buy metal roofing, with in-depth consumer reports on metal roof materials and types. Includes pros and cons to consider when buying metal roofs.

Steel and aluminum are by far the most common and sensible of available roofing materials because they are economical, hold paint finishes well (steel can be galvanized), and are durable. Aluminum is a relatively soft metal, so it is more prone to denting and damage and it is also more expensive than steel.
Answered Mar 30, 2017
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Answered Oct 13, 2017
Steel and metallic element by far and away the foremost common and wise of obtainable roofing materials as a result of they are economical, hold paint finishes well , and by sturdy. metallic element may be a comparatively soft metal, thus it's a lot of susceptible to denting and injury and it's additionally costlier than steel.More info:

Answered Jan 15, 2018

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