Bringman Roofing is the premier metal roofing contractor serving Sarasota and Manatee counties. Florida’s climate can offer up harsh conditions at times and many Florida homeowners and businesses have chosen metal roofing as an alternative to shingles.
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Why Are Metal Roofs a Great Choice for Florida Homeowners?
While shingle roofing is still by far the most popular choice for most Florida homeowners, metal roofing has gained in popularity. There are many good reasons for the increase in the use of metal roofing. Here are some of the major benefits:
While they are initially more expensive than a traditional asphalt roof system, metal roofs are extremely durable. In fact, a properly installed metal roof can easily last for 50 years or longer, making it a better long-term investment. Many metal roof systems carry warranties up to 50 years.
In a state like Florida that is prone to hurricanes, and tropical storms, metal roofs provide the highest degree of wind resistance of any type of roof. Most damage done to homes in hurricanes results from the failure of the roof system. Metal roofs offer the best defense against roof failure. They also hold up extremely well in hail and extreme heat.
Metal roofing is the most environmentally friendly roofing system. Metal roofing is made almost entirely from recycled materials, and at the end of its long life, can again be recycled.
Homeowners concerned about energy costs will appreciate that a metal roofing system reflects heat and doesn’t retain heat like asphalt shingle roofing. This reduces the amount of heat transferred into the home. The result can be energy savings on cooling of up to 40%!
Types of Metal Roofs
Metal roofing comes in a variety of forms, color options as well as different types of metal. Materials vary from aluminum, steel, stone coated steel, tin, zinc and even copper. Depending on the need, materials for metal roofs come in varying gauges or thickness. While metal roofing is extremely strong it is relatively light ranging from 50-150 pounds per square. Here are some of the more common choices for metal roofs:
Stone Coated Steel or Aluminum Roofs
Not all metal roofs are panel roofs. A metal roof option gaining in popularity, stone coated steel roofs have the appearance of traditional tile, clay or even wood shake shingles. While they don’t look like a traditional metal roof, they provide the extra protection and benefits of a metal roof.
Standing Seam Metal Roofs
This is the most common type of metal roof and features vertical panels that are joined by interlocking seams. This roof system is attractive, functional and very popular along the Florida coast. In addition, its durability enables them to withstand server weather. By interlocking the panels, no screws are exposed to the weather aiding appearance and limiting the potential for leaks.
5V Panel Roofs
This roof type is common throughout Florida and in most rural parts of the state and country. This is the metal roof you typically associate with barns or storage buildings. The panels are attached to your roof with screws and rubber washers to prevent leaks.
Why Choose Bringman Roofing for your Metal Roof Installation?
Metal roofing requires greater knowledge and expertise to install properly. Bringman Roofing has over 4 decades of experience installing residential and commercial metal roofs. We are committed to your complete satisfaction. QUALITY – SERVICE- TRUST is what we live by and deliver to every client on every job. Don’t settle for less than the best. If you’re considering a metal roof for your home or business call or contact us today.
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Bradenton, FL 34205
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Areas We Service Include
Anna Maria Island, Bayshore Gardens, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Bradenton East, Cortez, Ellenton, Holmes Beach, Lakewood Ranch, Longboat Key, Oneco, Palmetto, Palma Sola, Parrish, Samoset, Snead Island, South Bradenton, Memphis, West Bradenton, Whitfield
Bee Ridge, Englewood, Fruitville, Gulf Gate Estates, Kensington Park, Laurel, Lido Key, Myakka, Nokomis, North Port, North Sarasota, Osprey, Plantation, Sarasota, Sarasota Springs, Siesta Key, South Sarasota, South Venice, St Armands Key, Tallevast, The Meadows, University Park, Vamo, Venice