Heating and cooling costs, more often than not, are accredited to the changing weather. But, with a metal roof over your head, there can be something different at play when your energy bills begin to fluctuate.
For instance, any attic moisture due to roof leaks could easily ruin your insulation, leaving your prime protection in biting winters completely unavailable. Interestingly, the loss of insulation can also cause the cold air to escape in the summers. Either way, your thermostat would prove inefficient. And let’s not talk about the rocketing energy bills!
A good place to start would be deploying a roof maintenance cycle at the beginning and end of each major season to ensure you’re in safe hands — this ensures your metal roof is properly installed without any damages and other related materials are also secure.