Good: the pitter-patter of rain on a metal roof.
Anyone can slap a metal roof on your house, even the big, national roofing guys. But it takes a true Hoosier to do metal roofs the right way to withstand whatever weather Indiana can throw at it.
When we say we’re local, we mean it right down to the materials we use. Our metal roofs are sourced from 3 major metal manufacturers right here in Indiana — in Lawrence, Greenfield and Bainbridge, for those playing along at home.
That means our metal roofs are born and bred for the highs and lows of Indiana weather. During the sweltering summer, your Hoosier-made metal roof will reflect heat to keep your energy bill down. And come wintertime, you’ll avoid the leaks and ice damming that can come with asphalt roofs.
When it’s time to pick your metal roof, pick one that was built to weather it all — just like any born-and-bred Hoosier.
You’d think that metal would cost a ton more than traditional asphalt shingles, right? You’d be surprised! At the end of the day, the cost of an entry-level metal roof is actually pretty comparable to shingles, give or take a few hundred bucks.
If you’re looking for a top-shelf metal roof using higher-grade metal, that’s where things start to get pricey. A top-of-the-line metal roof could end up costing you twice as much as a shingle roof, but that’s only if you want to go full pinkies-out fancy.
Installation costs also vary, depending on whether you want screws to be visible on your metal roof. Exposed fastener systems will run you less than concealed fastener systems since they’re quicker and easier to install.
If you want a better idea of how much a metal roof will set you back, schedule a free inspection with Bryant Roofing. The inspection, the service call, the estimate — it’s all on the house (much like your new metal roof will be).