A Leader Among the Metal Roofing Contractors Serving Boston, MA, Homeowners
Would you love to know that the next time you replace your home’s roof will be the last? If you choose a metal roof from NEWPRO, you’ll likely never need another one. We’re experienced metal roofing contractors serving the Boston, Massachusetts, area, and we can install a new metal roof on your home that will last up to 60 years or more. We’ve been providing home improvement solutions for New England homeowners since 1945, and we’d love the opportunity to demonstrate the exceptional customer service that’s helped us earn an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Our Metal Roofing
We can install a metal roof on your home that will provide the long-term weather protection you’re hoping for. Our metal roofing is:
- Virtually maintenance-free, as it won’t begin to deteriorate shortly after installation or suffer damage from freeze/thaw cycles
- An aesthetic match for any type of home architecture, including colonial, Cape Cod, and Victorian
- Able to withstand extreme weather, including wind gusts up to 120 miles per hour
- Available in a broad scope of profiles, styles, and colors, so you can bring your vision for your home to life
Disproving Metal Roofing Myths
There are a lot of common misconceptions about metal roofs that have likely affected their popularity among homeowners. They include the idea that:
Metal Roofs Are Too Heavy
Actually, many metal roofs are up to 50% lighter than an asphalt shingle roof and 75% lighter than concrete tile, fiber cement shakes, or slate.
Metal Roofing Is Noisy During Bad Weather
When a metal roof is installed with the proper sheathing and insulation, it is as quiet as or quieter than other types of roofing when being impacted by rain and hail.
Metal Roofs Aren’t Environmentally Responsible
Our metal roofs are constructed using steel that is more than 50% recycled, which is a much higher rate than asphalt shingles.
Metal Roofs Aren’t Energy Efficient
Our metal roofs reflect the sun rather than absorb its energy, so they’re one of the most energy-efficient options available.