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Stone Coated Steel vs. Ice and Snow

Stone coated metal roofing has been tested against some of the most intense climate changes.  There has been no element that has come out on top of a metal roof.  Stone coated steel has cut through wind, hail, heat, earthquakes, and weathering, but can it withstand temperatures below zero?

Can Stone Coated Metal, Really Withstand Earthquakes?

When you think of structural support for your house, the first thing that doesn't cross your mind, is your roof.  You want to ensure that your house is built properly and that you have built on solid ground.  These are the types of factors that cross your mind when ensuring your house is structured properly.  If you want to be positive that your house is safe and secure, think about your roof.  Stone coated metal roofing by RoofKo will guarantee structural strength to your house.  

California's Solar Calls for Stone Coated Metal

In two years all new homes in California will be required to be powered by solar panels.  

The California Energy Commission, have predicted monthly savings of $80 on cooling and lighting bills.  These saving will quickly pay off the price of solar installation.  This is a big step for home owners, but what if your roof underneath the solar panels strips you of those savings?

Stone Coated Metal Roofing: The best product you have never heard of.

If you asked 10 roofers if they knew what stone coated metal roofing was, only three or four will know what you are talking about.  Stone coated metal roofing is yet to make its big break into the roofing world.  Stone coated metal has flown under the radar for too long and it is time for everyone to know the truth.  

Our Metal Roofing Ages Like A Fine Wine!

Compared to a RoofKO metal roof,  the average lifespan of a asphalt shingle roof is 10-15 years.  When installing a asphalt shingle roof, you are putting yourself at risk for disaster within the first 15 years.  Your house will be more susceptible to leakage, fire, and storms.

Additionally when you choose asphalt roofing, you will be unknowingly contributing to the countries annual estimated seven to ten million tons of toxic roofing waste most of which ends up in our landfills. To the contrary, metal roofing is 100% recyclable.    

What Did You Think was Going to Happen on a Roof with Countless Exposed Screws?

Stone coated steel has proven time and time again that it is the product that will save your house and your wallet.  Stone coated steel can withstand earthquakes, tornadoes, and golfball size hail, but not a significant amount of screws.  

Not All Stone Coated Steel Roofing is Created Equal

When it comes to stone coated steel roofing, the thickness of the metal isn’t always the determining factor.  While 26 gauge steel is a standard, the max and min tolerances can leave significant differences in the overall weight and thickness of your product.  While most companies claim to be using a 26 gauge steel roof, many fall closer to using 27 gauge steel.

Save Money With RoofKO's Stone Coated Metal Roofs

Would you like to save up to $20 monthly on your cooling and heating costs? Every month you could be saving up to 20% on your heating and cooling cost if you make the switch from a asphalt shingle to a stone coated metal roof.  That means you could save up to $20 a month compared to a asphalt shingle roof.

With the world changing, and as energy rates continue to climb, your savings could add up to $20,000 over the next 30 years.  

Superior Protection Against Hail with RoofKO's Steel Roofing
Hail can destroy or seriously weaken all types of roofing, but none withstand it like 26 gauge Galvalume steel.
The Best Roofing Protection Against Inflation, Wind, Hail, Fire, Ice, and Earthquakes!
Due to the nature of the material and interlocking nature and fastening methods, stamped metal roofing panels are the most Storm and Quake resistant of all roofing material, and is one of the most lightweight - lighter than asphalt shingles.
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