Yes, the upfront cost of aluminum metal roofing is more, but the cost of ownership over the life of the roof is very economical, much less than the cost of an asphalt roof over the long term.
Stow, MA (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Classic Metal Roofs, LLC has made yet another commitment in the southern New England market by opening a new office at Building B, 1224 Mill Street, East Berlin, Connecticut, 06023. The company believes a physical presence is needed to show the homeowners in CT that they have a commitment to that market. “We have always covered Concord, NH to Greenwich, CT. We want to demonstrate to our many clients and future clients that we are here to support them in all of their metal roofing needs in CT,” states Mike Gonet, senior partner with the firm.
Homeowners are the biggest part of their market in New England. However, general contractors and new home construction is fast becoming a significant share of the installations. More people building new homes are taking a closer look at aluminum metal roofing in CT. Once it’s installed, they will never have to do another roof on the house. “Yes, the upfront cost of aluminum metal roofing is more, but the cost of ownership over the life of the roof is very economical,” says Gonet, ”much less than the cost of an asphalt roof over the long term." The office will be opened Monday thru Friday 8:30AM to 5PM. The local CT telephone number is 860-828-2050
To learn more about Classic Metal Roofs, LLC go to: http://www.classicmetalroofs.com or call 866-660-6668.
About Classic Metal Roofs, LLC:
Classic Metal Roofs, LLC, is considered one of the premier installers of metal roofing in New England. They specializes in the installation of lifetime residential metal roofing systems for people who want energy star, environmental, sustainable, or long term solutions for their roofing needs. They believe their metal roofs are ‘The Best Roofs under the Sun,’ and are in business to provide their customers with a worry-free roofing future. Their service area includes Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Southern New Hampshire.