Metal roofing efficiency

Metal roofing efficiency 1


Happy Monday! Have you ever sat and wondered if a metal roof  is energy efficient? let me tell you some things about it! The roof of a building is exposed to the sun more than any other part of the structure, making the roofing material a critical factor when it comes to energy efficiency. Since metal roofs reflect heat up away from buildings, they are considered as one of the most energy-efficient roofing materials on the market. A high-quality metal roof can save homeowners 40% in energy costs. As mentioned earlier, metal reflects energy from the sun up and away from the home, unlike asphalt shingles that absorb the energy and transmit heat down into the home. You can grasp how metal reflects heat by thinking about the metal hood of a car. Even with the heat from the engine below and from the sun above, the metal hood cools quickly once the engine is off and the car is parked in the shade. The metal dissipates heat so well that, in just a few minutes, the hood of the car will feel cooler to the touch than the surrounding air.

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