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Is your Attic too Hot baby?

Asphalt shingles hold heat and they also radiate heat right into your attic. If your attic is too hot a metal roof from Interlock Metal Roofing may just be the answer. The aluminum metal roofing reflects the sunlight off the roof, and it also dissipates it after the sun goes down. Want to save on your energy bills? Want less wear and tear on your HVAC system? Consider Metal Roof NC installing your next roof...

Here is what a client in Winston Salem had to say about their new Interlock metal roof!!

"Here are my thoughts on our new Interlock roof…. A few weeks ago, we had an Interlock roof installed. The aluminum charcoal slate imitation shingles look great. From the street, it does not stand out as being different that other roofs in the area with the following exceptions: 1) It is definitely more reflective of sunlight than other rooftops, and 2) It does not have any long black streaks of mold on it - like more than 90% of the other roofs in the neighborhood. Before the roof was put up, the temperature in our attic exceeded 130 degrees F. That’s with an outside temperature exceeding 95 degrees F. After the Interlock roof shingles and a ridge vent were installed, the attic temperature has not exceeded 110 degree F. We look forward to having lower cooling bills. This roof has met all the criteria that we were looking for. It has a lifetime warranty. It is made from recycled materials. It will not end up in a landfill someday like all other roofs in the area. It will reflect radiant heat away from the house and lower our attic temperature. It will withstand strong winds and hail storms. It is mold resistant. "

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Metal Roof NC

5301 Hillsborough St Ste 207

Raleigh NC 27606

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