Working on a metal roof can get noisy, as you may well expect. The job will usually start off early and can last for a couple of days or even a week depending on the type of job at hand. Pick a time when nobody in your home is feeling unwell or undergoing a stressful time unless it’s a really urgent project, in which case earplugs can always be an option.
How Old is Your Roof?
Just as you wouldn’t wait for your car to break down completely before going in for an oil change, you don’t want to wait until your roof is looking like a sieve before doing something. The good news here for those with metal roofing is that they are expected to last for 50 years and more, while slate or shingle roofs have a shorter life expectancy of about 20 years. Metal roof replacement shouldn’t really be a requirement for most of the newer homes out there, but metal roof repair will depend on individual circumstances. Make regular checks on your roof, especially after episodes of extreme weather to make sure there’s no visible damage to it. Catching small dents, tears, and rust patches early can go a long way in keeping your roof healthy enough to live as long it should.
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