Metal Roofing Use On The Rise in Lowcountry

February 27, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - The metal roofing industry is on the rise in the Lowcountry area. The growing demand is due to a number of benefits it offers, according to Lowcountry Home Magazine, a Leading Media Company in Bluffton, SC. The company points out some factors why metal roofing is a perfect choice for anyone’s reroofing project in a special feature published this February.

Lowcountry Home Magazine said that while the metal roof is slightly more expensive compared to a shingle roof, it is preferred by many for several reasons. One factor is its energy-efficiency. A metal roof is more energy-efficient than a shingle roof because it can decrease heating/cooling costs significantly. “Most metal roofing finishes are EnergyStar rated. It allows the panels to reflect rather than absorb heat and can keep the home cooler in the summer, which prevents the air conditioning system from working so hard, therefore saving you money,” the media company adds.

The Best Interior And Exterior Design Magazine in Bluffton, SC also stressed that homeowners choose metal roofing for weather protection. As more extreme weather conditions happen nowadays, it is indeed necessary. For those who live in hazard-prone areas, metal roofing can help to protect the house from harsh winds up to 145 mph, severe storms, and hail. On top of that, many insurance companies provide discounts on homes that have metal roofing.

Metal roofing is also chosen by many for its longevity. It can last two to three times longer than a shingle roof. It is also a more sustainable option since metal roofs are made of recyclable materials. Owners can also fully recycle it once they decide to relocate or for home improvement.

Moreover, homes with metal roofs have a higher value. It has a variety of designs and styles which can complement many architectural styles, from a LowCountry home to a more contemporary design. “Having a metal roof can also add value to the home for resale,” the Best Home Building Magazines in Bluffton, SC adds.

For those in need of metal roofs, 4M Metals supplies metal roofing with the highest level of service in Lowcountry, Beaufort, Savannah, and surrounding areas. They use the metal industry’s most up-to-date technology to deliver the highest level of service.

They have over 35 colors available and many in stock, including painted galvalume, aluminum, stainless steel, and copper. “We offer a large stock of standard metal roof flashing, components for the shingle roofer and flat roof projects – commercial and residential,” the company assures. The metal company also has a staff with 50 years of combined experience of metal roofing and sheet metal fabrication. 4M Metals is also the local authorized distributor of Sealoflex Waterproofing products and provides warranties their clients deserve.

To know more about metal roofing and 4M Metals, contact the Lowcountry Home Magazine, the Best Interior Design Magazine in Bluffton, SC. They offer more home improvement design ideas on their website https://www.lowcountryhome.com/.

Subscribe to Lowcountry Home Magazine by calling 843-247-7272 or visit their office at 2 C Anolyn Ct, Bluffton, SC 29910, United States.

###

For more information about Lowcountry Home Magazine , contact the company here:

Lowcountry Home Magazine
Dan Monroe
(843) 247-7272
dan@media360.com
2 C Anolyn Ct, Bluffton, SC 29910

ReleaseID: 60034502

Latest News

Chinese report says illnesses may be from new coronavirus

Apr 3, 2020

BEIJING — A preliminary investigation into viral pneumonia illnesses sickening dozens of people in and around China has identified the possible cause as a new type of coronavirus, state media said Thursday. Chinese health authorities did not immediately confirm the report from state broadcaster CCTV. Coronaviruses are spread through coughing or sneezing or by touching an infected person. Some cause the common cold and others can lead to more severe respiratory diseases, such as SARS and MERS. Such viruses are common in people but more exotic versions from bats, camels and other animals have caused severe illness. The novel coronavirus...

Counting whales from space pitched as key to saving them

Apr 3, 2020

PORTLAND, Maine — An aquarium and an engineering firm in Massachusetts are partnering on a project to better protect whales by monitoring them from space. New England Aquarium of Boston and Draper of Cambridge say whale conservation needs new, higher-tech solutions to protect whales from extinction. So, the pair is working together using data from sources such as satellites, sonar and radar to keep a closer eye on how many whales are in the ocean. The effort has an easy to understand name for a project involving complex data and surveillance — the aquarium and firm are calling the project...

US tells UN it is pulling out of Paris climate deal

Apr 3, 2020

WASHINGTON — The United States has told the United Nations it has begun the process of pulling out of the landmark 2015 Paris climate agreement. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that he submitted a formal notice to the United Nations. That starts a withdrawal process that does not become official for a year. His statement touted America's carbon pollution cuts and called the Paris deal an "unfair economic burden" to the U.S. economy. Nearly 200 nations signed the climate deal in which each country provides its own goals to curb emissions of heat-trapping gases that lead to climate...

3-2-1-Cookoff! Astronauts to bake cookies with new test oven

Apr 3, 2020

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Forget reheated, freeze-dried space grub. Astronauts are about to get a new test oven for baking chocolate chip cookies from scratch. The next delivery to the International Space Station — scheduled for liftoff this weekend — includes the Zero G Oven. Chocolate chip cookie dough is already up there, waiting to pop into this small electric oven designed for zero gravity. Sample cookies baked just this week are also launching from Virginia on Northrop Grumman's Cygnus capsule, for the six station astronauts. The experiment explores the possibility of making freshly baked items for space travelers. With...

China says US has 'weaponized' visas to target exchanges

Apr 3, 2020

BEIJING — China on Wednesday accused the U.S. of having "weaponized" the issuance of visas following the reported inability of a top Chinese space program official to obtain permission to travel to a key conference in Washington. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters that the head of the Chinese delegation to the International Astronautical Congress wasn't able to obtain a visa following an Oct. 12 interview, making it difficult for Chinese representatives to attend important events at the meeting. Reports said the vice chairman of the China National Space Administration, Wu Yanhua, had planned to attend the congress. Hua...

Broaden News

About Us

In-Depth Science delivers comprehensive and compelling news and analysis on everything science and technology, seven days a week in a reader-friendly format.

Contact us: sales@indepthscience.com