Metal Roofs: Do They Interrupt Cell Service?

Metal roofs are becoming increasingly popular in both commercial and residential spaces due to their long lifespan and low maintenance requirements. Despite what you may have heard, metal roofs don't actually interrupt cell service. However, they can make existing service problems worse if a utility tower is located near a home or business with a metal roof. Designer Roofing Company has been in business since 1993 helping customers with any type of roofing need.

Metallic roofing materials have some of the best ratings in the industry for wind resistance, impact resistance and fire resistance. Contrary to popular belief, installing a metal roof on your home won't cause poor cell phone reception. In fact, there are many advantages to having a metal roof that make it worth the investment. People often forget that they use their cell phones under metal roofs without even realizing it.

We specialize in the manufacture of vertical joints and metals, slate, stone-coated steel and composite roofs. Metal roofs are incredibly durable and can withstand the worst nature throws at it, from storms to droughts and snow. Most metal roofs have an estimated lifespan of 40 to 70 years, making them a great long-term investment. So don't let the fear of poor cell reception stop you from installing a metal roof.

Roberta Neubecker
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