Metal Roofing

    BRH Enterprises not only installs premium shingle roofs, but we also specialize in metal roofing as well! Metal roofs have gained popularity in recent years as they typically outlast their shingle counterparts! In addition, they provide a sleek aesthetic appeal that is unique to a metal roof.

    Two frequent types of metal roofs are installed: Standing seam and corrugated metal. Standing seam metal roofs require a bit more of an upfront investment but typically have a much longer roof life than corrugated metal. This is because, on a corrugated metal roof, there are exposed fasteners prone to leak, causing issues with your roof's longevity.

    If you are in the market for a new roof and unsure if shingle or metal is right for you, give BRH Enterprises a call today!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Don’t metal roofs make noise?

    People often dwell that having a metal roof will indicate extra noise from the rain hitting it. But if you have insulation on your home, as well as a good quality composite material for your roof, then chances are any sound won't come through at all!

    Do metal roofs attract lightning?

    It's essential to understand that while steel conducts electrical currents well, it doesn't actually "attract" lightning strikes or hold them back. If your house has an unfortunate encounter with one of these bolts, though, don't worry because when they hit your home, all that electricity gets dispersed through the walls without harming any occupants inside!

    Do metal roofs get easily damaged by hail?

    People think metal roofs are more vulnerable to damage during storms. However, asphalt shingles can be knocked off in the event of an extreme hailstorm, and most hail will not dent or cause significant damages on top of them unless there are severe conditions like hurricanes. In addition, metal roofs have structural strength much more robust than other materials- unlike asphalt shingles which only have weatherproofing granules as their defense against elements such as hail from solid winds.