Metal roofing is becoming increasingly popular with residential clients across the Metroplex. Weather conditions throughout the state can often be severe, as we see everything from scorching heat waves to tornadoes, hail storms, snow, and more. Metal roofs are one of the best ways to protect your home from the elements while also offering energy efficiency benefits. This roof type is more expensive to install than asphalt shingles, but a well-constructed metal roof will outlast an asphalt shingle roof by many years.


Metal roofing is one of the toughest solutions available. Highly resistant to rain, fire, and wind, metal roofing materials can last upwards of 40 years. Even moisture and mold have little to no effect on these roofs (just watch out for rust).

Low Maintenance
Metal roofs take more skill to install, but once they’re up, they don’t require too much additional care. Because they are so durable, they are a very low-maintenance roofing solution.

Energy Efficiency
These roofs cost more upfront, but you can expect significant energy cost reductions each month. Metal roofs reflect UV rays, and on average, they can reduce your energy needs by about 20-30% on average.