How long does a metal roof last?

Steel roofing in Omaha, NE

A steel roof is shown on a home in the Omaha area.

A metal roof is a big investment. But it’s worth it, especially when you consider it will last anywhere from 40 to 70 years. This is compared to the average 10-15 years an asphalt roof will last. So while it might be a bigger investment up front, a metal roof pays for itself in the long run.

In fact, ABC Seamless steel roofs even come with a 40-year warranty, that includes the cost of materials and labor. So, if you’re looking for a  metal roofing company near you, consider giving ABC Seamless of Nebraska a call!

Are metal roofs better than shingles?

In addition to lasting decades longer than asphalt shingles, metal roofs come with several other advantages:

  • Durability: Metal roofs can withstand much higher wind speeds than asphalt shingles. For example, ABC Seamless steel roofs can withstand wind speeds of up to 160 mph.
  • Energy efficiency: Metal roofing keeps heat inside the building in cold weather while also reflecting the sun’s rays, keeping buildings cool in warm weather.
  • Fire resistance: Metal roofs won’t catch fire during wildfire season or because of a lightning strike, which can buy you and your family precious time during a fire. ABC Seamless roofs come with a Class A fire rating.
  • Sustainability: Steel is 100% recyclable, whereas 20 billion pounds of old asphalt shingles go to waste each year.

While all metal roofs can provide these benefits to an extent, only ABC Seamless premium steel roofs can provide industry-leading protection and durability. So when looking for steel roof contractors near you, consider ABC Seamless of Nebraska.

ABC Seamless of Nebraska is proud the serve the Omaha, Lincoln, and Greater Nebraska areas with premium metal roofing, seamless steel siding, and seamless gutters!

To learn more about ABC Seamless products call us today at (402) 477-5400, or fill out the form below for a free estimate!

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