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Re: Shingles vs metal roof

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Bruce from Can.

05-02-2013 11:56:17

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We went to metal last time, and will never have to re-roof again. The cost is twice of what shingels cost. Just strap the roof right over the old shingles, and screw the steel down.You can hear the rain falling,but it isn't too loud. Bruce

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Wile E

05-02-2013 13:13:07

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to Bruce from Can., 05-02-2013 11:56:17  
Bottom line......What did it cost you for that metal roof.? Total, how many squares? I am seriously considering it when my time is up on the current roof.

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05-02-2013 12:45:01

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to Bruce from Can., 05-02-2013 11:56:17  
we are having a metal roof put on and is actually cheaper if you count in the old roof removal and waste hauling, just goes right over the old one. Had it bid both ways. kj

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05-02-2013 14:36:13

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to kj@junction, 05-02-2013 12:45:01  
My house had timberline shingles on it when I had it built, the best money could buy in 2000. We were on that roof so much replacing shingles that were supposed to be guaranteed for thirty years, that I was thinking we should have had a side walk up there as well. I went to Home Depot and asked if they had timberlines and what the guarantee was as if I were buying, after their speel I asked who I should talk to about collecting on the guarantee, and reply was don't you have insurance, and my reply to that was yes, but they did not sell me the shingles. I had a metal roof put on 2010 for less than a shingled roof and have never had a moments issue with them at all. Plus their is a 50 year guarantee, I hope I do not have to replace them at 112 years of age, my mind might not be as sharp as it was three years ago..

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