Aluminium roofs are attractive, durable, energy-efficient, and increasingly affordable
Metal is suitable for both warm and cold roof constructions - any shape including curved and/or tapered, and any pitch from 1.5° upwards. The system’s low weight, durability, speed of construction and adaptability make it equally suitable for new build and refurbishment projects. Most metal roofs can be anything from a simple single-skin solution to a sophisticated high performance system that incorporates integral components and accessories.
Aluminium Roofing - Costs Now vs. Costs Later
IAluminium's primary disadvantage is its cost. Aluminum's initial installation is more expensive than steel or more traditional roofing materials like slate or slate. However, over its life cycle, aluminum has been shown to be extremely cost-efficient. Most traditional roofing materials must be replaced every 20-25 years. Aluminum roofing can last 50 years or more and is not subject to the corrosion problems of steel. If you install aluminum roofing, there is a very strong chance that you will never need to install a roof again.