Traditional roofing shingles are expensive, generally not recyclable, and deteriorate quickly in the wet and sunny Hawaiian weather. Over time, traditional roofing materials will rot, dry out, split, and eventually need to be replaced or repaired. Aluminum, on the other hand, has none of these weaknesses, which makes it perfectly suited to withstand the tropical weather that quickly destroys lesser roofing materials. If you want to install the last roof you’ll ever need, then Oceanview Roofing in Kailua absolutely recommends installing aluminum.
The high-quality interlocking aluminum roofing made by modern manufacturers is specially designed to tolerate salt, ultraviolet light, heat, heavy rain, and every other aspect of everyday life in Hawaii. These conditions quickly destroy asphalt or composite roofing tiles, but aluminum will never fade, crack, rust, get brittle from the heat, or curl up in humidity. With aluminum, you also never have to worry about mildew growing underneath your shingles.
Many systems fit together like giant puzzles over your roof, with few exposed fasteners and flashings custom-made to fit your home. This innovative design is incredibly secure, meaning your roof will be able to withstand powerful Hawaiian storms that easily pull apart traditional roofs.
The benefits of aluminum extend below the roof, as well. Tests have shown that the insulating effect of aluminum can lower home cooling costs by up to 40%, resulting in lower energy bills and a smaller environmental impact. Aluminum roofs are attractive, durable, and the best choice in environmentally conscious building.
Oceanview Roofing specializes in roofing installations that are meant to last. To find out more about the last roof you’ll ever need, visit their website or call (808) 234-1000.