January 6th, 2016 • by Korey McMahon
Want to know something really neat? We're offering a free upgrade for a metal roof (in all available colors) on all new buildings during the month of January. So, why is this a big deal? Excellent question.
There are multiple benefits to a metal roof, the first being its incredible longevity. Metal roofs have a performance expectancy of over 50 years, keeping your building safe for years to come. As well, we're offering this deal for all our available roofing colors. You will be able to choose the color that matches both your own personality and the environment of your new building.
Have we mentioned the fact that it's fire resistant? Safety is one of our top priorities, which is why we love metal roofs. The non-flammable quality adds an element of safety in the event of an accident with your new building.
In the Midwest, we all know that the wind can truly be a beast. Luckily, metal roofs are ready to take on the challenge that this region’s weather presents. The panels of metal roofs interlock with each other, making them resistant to the wind. With this wise investment, you won't see any portions of your roof flying off into the air when a strong gust picks up.
Lastly, one of the best parts about metal roofing is the easy installation process. Usually, when you think of installing a roof on a home or commercial building, it may seem like a lengthy and tedious task. Yet, with metal roofs, this is not the case. Your new Quality building can be completed in no time with this amazing style of roof. Call today and take advantage of our awesome offer for a free metal roof on all new buildings throughout January!
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