As a roofing contractor, you may be exposed to a wide variety of home and business owners who have different priorities for their respective systems.
For some, energy efficient roofs are their go-to. For others, factors like continuity and longevity are factors when selecting materials.
Fortunately, with metal roofing, there is no this or that. Owners don’t have to sacrifice strength or style to get the roof they want. JINHU prides itself on creating products that meet the smartest tastes, wants, and needs, so if choosing an energy-efficient roof option is important to your crew, read on for the tips below for tips you can follow.
How JINHU Stone Coated Metal Roofing Improves Energy Efficiency?
There are three characteristics to consider when perfecting energy efficiency (aka thermal performance) with roof upgrades. These include
- Emissivity: The ability of a roof to radiate solar heat from up and down a house or structure.
- Thermal Resistance: A measure of the temperature difference that a material resists the influx of heat.
- Reflectivity: The ability of a roof to reflect radiant heat back to its source before it has a chance to be absorbed.
Because metal roofs reflect heat from the structure, they are known as one of the most energy-efficient roof installations. Take the metal hood of a car as an example. In fact, when the car is in the garage and the machine is off, the metal hood cools down quickly due to the heat from the sun and above and below the machine. In the blink of an eye, the metal hood dissipates heat so well that the car feels cool to the touch.
On the other hand, many asphalt roofs absorb heat like a sponge and dissipate it into the home long after the sun goes down.
While uncoated standing seam metal roofs can improve the overall emissivity and reflectivity of the roof, JINHU metal roofs can further improve thermal performance.
The infrared blocking color in the JINHU stone coating steel roofing effectively blocks the infrared radiation from the sun, which is the source of accumulated heat. This IR blocking colors greatly increase the natural solar reflectance of metal roofing compared to other metal roofing products.
Save Cooling and Heating Costs with JINHU Metal Roofs
Metal roofs can reduce attic temperatures by up to 69 degrees by reflecting heat from the house.
The reflective wrap of an ultra-modern metal roof can reduce cooling costs by over 25%, and homeowners with JINHU roofs really save even more.
These savings add up over time, especially given that metal roofs last two to three times as long as traditional roofing equipment such as asphalt shingles.
But saving on cooling costs is just one way to sell the value of the Jinhu metal roof elevation to homeowners. Metal roof that looks like shingles.
Ultra-modern metal roofs can increase the value of a home by a factor of 6, and homeowners who upgrade to metal roofs are often well-positioned to recoup the extremely high roofing costs, with homes in the East Country recovering as much as 95.5 from the public normal of 85.9. Additionally, metal roofs are eligible for insurance deductions in many countries. In Texas, for example, metal roofs can indeed reduce homeowners’ insurance by more than 35%.
Solar Installation Options for Energy Efficiency
The concept of using solar energy as an energy source has existed for centuries. But demand for solar has grown several times, with demand expected to reach $222.3 billion by 2026 (up to $20.5 from 2019).
A civic study suggests that if Americans installed solar panels on every roof, it would provide 39 percent of the nation’s total electricity consumption. Additionally, California alone generates 74% of electricity. Black metal roof.
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