Metal roofing has become modern again! It was pretty popular once upon a time for shacks and holiday homes. But architects today are now returning to metal to upgrade buildings and give them a new look.
The life span of a metal roof is shorter than for tile or slate, but the repair and maintenance is also less, along with a cheaper initial installation. The usual lifespan is 20 years, sometimes more, and there are options to repair and renovate the roofs after this.
If you have any doubts about the longevity of your metal roof, then get it inspected and ask for a roof report. Quite often metal roofing can be repaired, and if you live in the Sydney area we’re very happy to have a look and give any advice.