Guardian roof gives every customer and project the personal attention they deserve.
Guardian Roof Systems is a top-level CertainTeed Select Shingle Master credential, earned by less than 5% of roof contractors across the United States.
Guardian’s team has over 20 years of experience in the roofing industry and is ready to go the extra mile.
Guardian Roof Systems uses the highest quality materials to make sure your roof is in peak condition.
Metal roofing offers a great deal of protection that other roof types just can’t match. It has a much longer lifecycle than other roof systems. For example, an asphalt roof will last 15 to 20 years, but a metal roof will last 50 to 100 years. Metal roofing is extremely durable and isn’t likely to take much damage from hail, wind, or falling branches. It can literally be the roof that lasts the rest of your life.
Metal roofing is extremely versatile as well. You can use it for your home, your patio, for awnings and for commercial buildings. We can install metal walls into your commercial building, too.
Finally, you can customize your metal roof system with a variety of colors you’ll never have to paint. You can make your metal roof match just about any aspect of your décor.
Once you install your metal roof you’ll wonder why you ever chose anything else!
Not always. It will depend on the condition of your current roof, and whether we’re talking about a home or a business.
In commercial applications, if a metal roof system is already in place you can add a coating and extend the life of the roof. You’ll realize serious long-term savings because you won’t need to rip out the existing roof systems.
In residential applications we’d remove the old roof in most cases.
Asphalt roofs can cost, on average, up to $90 per 100 square feet. Metal roofing costs vary. Most homeowners would use corrugated steel panels, at $130 per 100 square feet, on average. But much depends on the material; copper roofing can average out to $800 per 100 square feet.
However, metal roofing is always cheaper in the long run. You’ll have to replace an asphalt roof every twenty years here in Texas. A metal roof could last two to three times as long. Metal roofing also makes it easier to cool your home, which means you get energy savings too.
That’s a great question for any Houston resident, but you don’t need to worry. A metal roof is no more dangerous during a lightning storm than any other kind of roof. In fact, according to the Metal Construction Association, as reported by the Building Design and Construction Network, metal roofs will make a lightning strike less dangerous, not more.