Here we can see the main home and it's 20-year-old shingles.
The lifespan of asphalt typically doesn't last past 20 or 25 years, so these shingles were due for replacement.
Here we can see significant discoloring which takes away from the curb appeal of the home.
The flatter portion of the second home needed a roofing alternative that would help with ice, water, and snow management.
Here we can see how beautifully the red works with the brick.
With the white siding, the brilliance red gives a flashy, gorgeous look.
For homeowners looking to switch from asphalt shingles to a stunning, flashing new option, metal is always the best choice.