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If you want a roof that will last, the copper roofing Toronto homeowners can have installed by Alpine Roofing, is a great choice for durability and style. If you need a new roof, there are many options for roofing materials. The final choices about what kind of roofing materials are the best is largely a choice of style and budget, but remember to consider durability when you are choosing the kind of roof you want.
A well-maintained copper-clad roof will last for a century or more. Although copper roofing is more expensive than asphalt shingles, you need to replace shingles about every 15 to 30 years, depending on different factors such as the roofing system you have, and the weather. This means that during an average 40-year mortgage, you will have to re-roof your house two to four times! From that point of view, a metal roof is a great bargain.

Weather and Fire Proof Roofing

Cooper roofing seals out water, can withstand strong winds, and is totally resistant to fire, mildew, and rot, so it will reach its warrantee period in great condition. Another good benefit of copper roofing Toronto homeowners will find is that it is very easy for the snow to slip off the roof, which then reduces the likelihood of the roof collapsing in on itself or being dented by the weight of the snow. Given its durability and distinctive looks, a copper clad roof remains one of the best roofing options there is.

Professional Installation of Cooper Roofing

If you believe copper roofing might be the ideal solution for your home, Alpine Roofing can provide the experts that will help you choose the exact style of materials and install them for you. Copper roofing requires a great deal more skill that shingle roofing, and we have the experience and expertise to install the copper roofing Toronto homeowners will be proud to have on their homes. 
Call us today for a free estimate! You can reach us at 416-469-1939, email us at Service@AlpineRoofing.ca, or complete the “Request a Free Estimate” form.