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Raising the Roof on Metal Roofing Panels
Metal roofing has gotten a bad rap. Whether it’s from the misconception that the tiles will amplify the sound of falling raindrops or rust and become unsightly to the fallacy that metal roofing will attract lightening and therefore become a safety hazard, it’s time to set the record straight on the most durable, safe, and attractive roofing option available.
London Eco-Roof Manufacturing Inc. strives to provide customers with trouble and worry-free roofing material and uses panels that are coated with hardy zinc and aluminum to eliminate the potential of rust. The metal roofing panels are also doused with a high performance polyester that allows them to weather the elements exceptionally. A properly installed metal roof will last four or five decades with little fading. London Eco-Roofing is so confident in the quality of their products they offer a transferable 55 year warranty with every installation.
Installing metal roofing on your home will enhance the look of your home, but it will not increase the likelihood of lightning strikes. In fact if lighting did strike your house, the metal would act as a conductor and disperse the shock throughout the structure and safely to the ground. Hail damage is highly unlikely to occur in a metal roof and many products offer the highest impact resistance and hail rating available by insurance companies. Metal roofing is also an environmentally-friendly choice because in addition to over half of the content of each panel coming from recycled material, every metal roof installation takes a small burden off the more than 20 billion pounds of asphalt shingles overwhelming our landfills.
It’s time to own your last roof. For more information on London Eco-Roofing Manufacturing Inc., please visit www.londonecoroof.com or call 855-838-9393. The showroom is located at 1682 Dundas Street East in London, and hours of operation are Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.