The Last Roof You’ll Ever Buy—Guaranteed.
The Last Roof You’ll Ever Buy—Guaranteed.
Metal roofs last for LIFE and protect from every harsh weather element imaginable. Billiard-ball-sized hailstones? Check. 200mph winds? Check. Wildfires? Check. Metal roofs are stormproof, fireproof, hail-proof… EVERYTHING-proof.
Legacy Metal Roofs are backed by a limited lifetime product warranty and a Picture-Proof workmanship warranty. In other words—this is the last time you’ll ever have to worry about your roof again.
It’s true that metal roofing costs more than asphalt roofing up front. But metal roofs can actual become less expensive than asphalt roofs within as little as five years of installation.
And when you consider a 30-year timeframe, metal roofing is up to FOUR TIMES LESS EXPENSIVE than asphalt shingles. This is based on energy savings, lower homeowner insurance costs, and no need to replace or repair your roof. Asphalt roofs in the Savannah, Hilton Head Island, and Beaufort areas have to be replaced two to four times within a 30-year period (and this is on top of repairing shingles every few years). But metal roofing? It’s a “done once, done for LIFE” deal. And that’s why it has such a low-cost life cycle and high return on investment.
One thing that’s obvious about metal roofing is that it looks FANTASTIC. Our metal roofing comes in many colors, styles, shapes, and slopes—you’ll have NO trouble finding the perfect color and style to match your home.
There is no other roofing material that produces the one-of-a-kind look that metal roofing does. You’ll have the best-looking home on the block. You won’t be “keeping up with the Joneses.” You will be the Joneses. Click here to explore your style and color options.
Metal roofing acts as a thermal barrier for your home. Metal roofing reflects heat from the sun, whereas asphalt roofing sucks up heat like a sponge. By choosing a metal roof, you reflect heat that would otherwise be absorbed in your attic from an asphalt roof. As a result of metal roofing’s energy-efficient properties, homeowners have reported up to 35% lower energy bills.
Here’s more good news. Installing a metal roof in the Savannah, Hilton Head Island, and Beaufort areas can qualify you for an energy tax break up to $500. This $500 is truly an extra $500 in your wallet. Tax credits are subtracted directly from “total tax liability,” so a credit has a higher take-home value than a deduction. So if you’re in the 28% tax bracket and qualify for a $500 tax credit on your new metal roof, that’s equal to a tax deduction of about $1,785.50. It doesn’t take a math major to see that’s a good thing!
When you choose a metal roof, you do your part to help the environment. Naturally, the lower energy usage you experience with a metal roof will lower your carbon footprint. But metal, in general, is an extremely environmentally-friendly material.
About 95% of the materials for our metal roofs are recycled. To put that in perspective, steel made from recycled materials uses as little as 26% of the energy required to make steel from raw materials.
And listen to this: Over 20 billion (billion!!!) pounds of asphalt shingles are dumped into US landfills every year. A new metal roof can be installed over your existing asphalt roof, so there’s no need to discard anything. And since metal roofing lasts 100 years, it won’t end up in a landfill anytime soon. (And when it is discarded, it gets recycled anyway!)
Asphalt shingles typically need to be replaced just a few years after installation. They are also notoriously susceptible to problems like deterioration, mildew buildup, and curling.
Metal roofs, however, are resistant to to mildew, high wind speeds, dents, deterioration, algae, and—believe it or not—rust. You won’t have to worry about repairs or leaks or shingles blowing away. PERIOD.
If you want to skyrocket the resale value of your home, metal roofing is hands-down one of your best options. Remodeling Magazine reports that homeowners in eastern states (e.g., Georgia) who invest in a metal roof recoup 85.9% to 95.5% of the cost IMMEDIATELY.
Let’s run some numbers. If you spend $40,000 on a metal roof, your home will instantly be worth about $34,000 more—for a net cost of only $6,000. Not only does rate of return for metal roofing far exceed asphalt roofing, but it’s also one of THE most valuable remodeling projects you could ever do—more valuable than kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, and even adding a master suite!