Metal Roofing Blog

Finding the perfect contractor for any project can be daunting. However, the results can be well worth the effort in some cases. One of the top examples of this is roofing.Although plenty of homeowners love to tackle renovations themselves, there are some factors you should consider before attempting to do...

Even if you know the benefits of metal roofing, from energy efficiency to long lifespan, there’s still more to learn. But don’t worry; you don’t have to attend a summer class to discover the metal roofing basics. Instead, a brief guide on how to choose a metal roof like the...

Asphalt shingles are cost effective and durable, which is why you can find many of them on top of residential homes across the country. That said, when you own or consider buying an asphalt shingle roof, knowing the issues homeowners may encounter with them is invaluable for making an informed...

 Though we experience milder winters in the lower elevations of North Carolina, winter forecasts still bring frigid overnight temperatures. If you have an asphalt roof, that can be bad news. Why?Today’s asphalt roofs are more vulnerable to damage from harsh weather, and they don’t last long here in North Carolina, where...

Metal is a popular roofing material with a long lifespan and impressive durability. Of course, there are always questions newcomers have about metal roofs. One prevalent question regarding this material is: does metal roofing rust? After all, your roof will encounter rain and snow, so protection against the elements is...

Homeowners shopping for roofs can choose many different options, from asphalt to metal and beyond. Not only do these materials differ in appearance but also performance. So, if you’re looking for the perfect roof, keep reading to uncover why metal roofs are the superior alternative at home. Resistance to the Elements Heavy...

A common myth about metal roofing is that it costs more than common roofing materials, like asphalt. A McCarthy Metal Roof usually costs more than an asphalt roof at installation. However, the total investment is less over time, based on energy savings, low maintenance, long-life, and home value. Compare true cost metal...