Metal VS Asphalt

See the lifetime of a Metal Roofing System

Mike opted to invest in a high-quality metal roof.
Mike received a lifetime warranty and was happy.

Al saved a buck by going for the asphalt.
Al received a prorated lifetime warranty and was happy.
Mike is enjoying the energy-saving benefits of his heat-reflecting metal roof.
Al's asphalt roof absorbed heat, and his utility bills soared.
Mike gave his roof a quick rinse to restore its shine, and then went back to enjoying life.
Al's prorated shingle warranty left him owing thousands to replace his roof.
A hurricane/storm hit but Mike's metal roof was strong and sturdy, so it held up just fine.
A hurricane/storm hit and Al's asphalt roof couldn't hold up to the strong winds and was destroyed.
Mike decided to sell his home. He is able to transfer his Weather Guard warranty and his home has great resale overall home improvement investment.
Al decided to sell his home. He is saddled with more bills because his buyer is unhappy with the condition and appearance of the home's roof.
Mike is enjoying the new home he was able to buy because his first home sold for a great price. He will never need to worry about his roof again, because he chose to put a Weather Guard roof on his new home.
Al couldn't afford a to buy a new home because the resale value of his home is so low. He's still living in his first house and he needs a new roof.


A Metal Roofing System may be the best choice for you!


A Metal Roofing System may be the best choice for you!

  • Flexible

    Your new metal roof can be placed over the top of your existing asphalt roof. This means your belongings stay protected, the process is quicker, and the end­ result is a durable, as well as long lasting, home improvement investment.

  • Money Saver / Investment

    With a metal roof, you pay a one-time fee to install it, and then you simply enjoy it for 50 years. There’s no need to repair or replace it as you would with asphalt shingles. Because it’s energy-efficient, you will see lower utility bills and may qualify for a tax credit.

    Homeowner’s insurance policy premiums are also often reduced because of a metal roof’s durability.

  • Eco-Friendly

    Asphalt shingles can’t be remade into anything else, and can’t be reused, so approximately 6.8 million tons of them wind up in landfills every year. Depending on the material you choose, metal roofs contain 25-­90% recycled materials.

    Moreover, metal roofs are 100% recyclable, even after protecting a home for decades.