Wildfires are becoming more and more prevalent in the south, especially in the heat of the summer. A lack of humidity mixed with 100+ temperatures is an equation that sets up disaster. If you want to ensure that your home and its contents are safe from the fires on hand, you might want to think about metal roofing and siding. These products could be your best home investment to date.

Metal Roofing

Our Master Alloy Roof is naturally fire resistant, and it also comes with a sealant over the top to ensure that resistance for the future. Unlike other roofing materials, it is not susceptible to fires that may spark from your chimney. Whether you live in a dry area or you enjoy a warm fire at home, you will not have to worry about your roof catching ablaze with our metal roofing.

Metal Siding

The steel siding we offer here at Revere Renovations is just as fire resistant as our metal roofing. It is made to look like traditional siding, but it is much more durable and weather resistant. It can stand up to brittle, cold temperatures just as well as it could stand up to forest fire. This siding is a must if you live in a fire prone area, and it will pay for itself in energy savings over time.

In addition to getting metal roofing and siding, you should make sure that the bay windows Melbourne in your house are double paned and sealed properly. That will minimize the amount of heat that can travel into a house, should a fire occur on your yard. It is always a good idea to have an evacuation plan in place in case a fire happens in your area, so talk to your family about the possible escape routes you have access to. Keep a fire extinguisher on hand to calm any fires that happen inside the house, and know where the hose is if you have to put out a fire outside of your home.

Protecting your home from fire may just be a matter of covering it with the right materials. Stay on alert for fire warnings in your area, and you should have no worries if you have metal siding and roofing on your home.

By | 2016-08-31T06:45:18+00:00 August 31st, 2016|Roofing|