Here in Central Florida, bad weather can appear out of seemingly nowhere. While we do at least get some warning before a hurricane strikes our beautiful state, Tampa isn’t known as the lightning capital of the country without a good reason! Between a seemingly endless barrage of hurricanes and thunderstorms, it may seem like sunny days are few and far between here in the Sunshine State. That’s why it’s extremely important to be choosy about what type of roofing material you use for your commercial building. If you’re looking to upgrade your building’s current roof, or you’re in the process of constructing a new building and you’re uncertain what type of material is best, then we here at Roof X would like to take a moment to share with you the incredible benefits of commercial metal roofing. 

Metal Roofs are Safer in a Storm

It’s a common misconception that metal roofs are more dangerous in a lightning storm. After all, isn’t metal a powerful conductor? Extensive studies have dispelled this myth, proving that metal roofs do not attract more lightning than a shingle roof. Even more importantly, though, is that metal it’s not flammable, making it much safer than other roofing materials.

Metal Roofs are Energy Efficient

In the brutal Florida heat, the last thing you want is to be stuck inside a house that traps high temperatures inside it. If you’re wanting to dramatically cut your business’s cooling costs, then it would be wise to turn to metal roofs. This material can actually save you up to 40 percent on your cooling costs and help keep your home cooler. It’s a win-win situation!

Metal Roofs are More Affordable

While shingle roofs may be more economical upfront, metal roofs are the way to go if you’re looking to save money in the long haul. They don’t require frequent replacement, and you may actually wind up qualifying for tax credits when you invest in a metal roof. Combined with the money you save on energy costs, it all adds up to a better value and return on your investment.

Metal Roofs are Built to Last

Finally, metal roofs are made to withstand the elements for years to come. When you choose to get a metal roof on your commercial building, you’re selecting a material that will unlikely need to be replaced during your lifetime. The end result? A better roof with less fuss, less stress, and less worry for you.

If you’re interested in learning more about how a metal roof can help complete your next commercial building project, then we’re ready to help. We offer nearly 50 years of combined experience serving customers throughout the Tampa and Panama City areas. To get started with an easy, no-obligation quote, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today!