Increase Curb Appeal with EDCO’s Metal Roofing Products

First Impressions Are Everything

Upgrading your roof can have a huge impact on the overall exterior of your home. Roofing tends to be functional rather than an architectural choice. This piece of your home is often overlooked, yet critical to adding curb appeal.

“In terms of sheer square footage alone, roofs play a massive role in the exterior appearance of a home,” says Renee Ramey, the executive director of the Metal Roofing Alliance. “They are the icing on the cake for achieving great curb appeal and style. Yet some homeowners put more thought into their paint color than into the roofing design options available for their home.”

Stand Out in Your Neighborhood

Consider the vision you have, or would like to have, for your home, and utilize the extensive offerings on the market as you turn that idea into reality. Color and character pull an exterior together for a cohesive and elegant finish.

Whether you’re doing a full remodel or just replacing your roof, think about how roofing and siding work together. Cape Cod architecture pairs beautifully with a light siding and a beachy, shake-style roof, for example. If you prefer a cabin or lake home, try using richer earth tones, such as a sage siding with a deep, textured brown roofing. With steel, you can achieve the look you want in any climate that will last for years to come.

Invest In A Lasting Appearance

The best way to get the most for your money is to invest in a product that will stand the test of time. While new roofs can drastically increase the value of your home, a roof that is missing shingles, faded, or show signs of mold/mildew will detract from the overall look.

Metal roofing products like EDCO’s are a brilliant alternative to the upkeep and cost of a traditional shake or slate roof and will last decades longer than standard asphalt shingles. Also consider the energy efficiency of metal roofing and review the warranty that comes with your product. Investing in a high-quality roofing system will contribute to maintaining the value of your home for years.