Using the Internet every day is a modern way of life. We rely on it to stay connected, do work, and access entertainment. When the Wi-Fi in your home doesn’t work or it is disrupted regularly, it can be incredibly frustrating and negatively impact your work and social life. We often hear the question: Does a metal roof affect Wi-Fi?

When it comes to your home’s Wi-Fi connection, the chances of a metal roof interfering with it are pretty low. Metal roofs don’t interfere with cellular reception either. To ensure that you don’t have any problems connecting to the Wi-Fi, just make sure you keep your devices within range of the router, and you shouldn’t have any issues connecting to the internet.

Metal Roof and Wi-Fi

Most Wi-Fi systems are very strong, and a metal roof shouldn’t have any impact on the network operating out of your home. If you have problems with the Wi-Fi, you may need to consider investing in new equipment or determining if there is a better place to put your routing system. 

If you continue to have issues, consider talking to your communications provider to see what other options there are to bolster your Wi-Fi speeds and make your system more reliable.

Metal roofs have a variety of benefits that outweigh any concerns you might have about them. They require little maintenance, they do an incredible job at protecting and keeping your home safe, and they will last significantly longer than asphalt shingle roofs.

In fact, metal roofs typically last between 40 and 70 years. This adds value and beauty to your home so you can enjoy it for years to come.

Do you want to learn more about metal roofs and how one could work for your home? Contact our experienced team at Mountaintop Metal Roofing to learn more.

Our experienced roofing experts can answer your questions, provide options within your price range, and then make sure you get your roof replacement scheduled in a timely way.

We look forward to hearing from you!