Jaco can provide your facility with a standing seam metal roof system, which has long-term benefits, as well as being aesthetically pleasing to your commercial building.
Metal roof systems are a popular option among commercial establishments around the country, offering numerous benefits to the commercial sector. Metal roofs are prized for their long service life and low-maintenance qualities, as well as their contribution to a building’s energy efficiency and aesthetics. While installation costs of metal roofing may be slightly higher than other pitched roofing options, the life cycle costs and long-term energy savings can yield a higher return on investment for the building owner. With numerous options in both metal roofing colors and profiles, customers can select the best aesthetic to match the exact look and feel for their facility, while providing a long-term waterproof roofing solution.
Benefits of Metal Roofing
One determining factor for choosing a metal roof is to increase the aesthetic value of the building, while also receiving the features that are possible only with metal roofing. Metal roof systems are available in numerous colors, profiles and designs, which allow the owner to choose the exact look and feel to complement the exterior of your facility.
Durability & Longevity
The strength and durability of metal roofs has been proven with time and aging, and has been the choice of commercial building owners for decades. Metal roofs offer a long-lasting roofing solution when installed correctly, and can outlast and outperform other types of steep slope roofing. Typically metal roofs can last 30 to 40 years, whereas other sloped roof systems have a 15- to 20-year life span.
Metal reflects radiant heat from the sun, minimizing mid-day heat gain. This means you save energy needed for air conditioning during the day. Though the material itself is low in insulation R-value, metal roofing can be applied over rigid-foam insulation that has very high R-values. In addition, many systems utilize a dead-air space between the metal and roof deck to increase energy efficiency.