Metal roofs are the answer for small houses, big houses, and everything in between. It’s true that metal roofs are a popular option for buildings and homes of all sizes. But are there specific considerations to be made for smaller homes or tiny houses? Let’s talk about small houses with metal roofs.
When designing a tiny house, not all styles are feasible. Smaller homes — especially tiny homes — need to have a simple, functional roof. The best options are a gable roof or a shed roof.
The gable roof has two sides that slope toward the peak, making a triangle shape. If you are planning to build or use a loft in your smaller home or in a tiny home, a gable peak is not the best option, as it doesn’t use space as efficiently.
These are the easiest metal roofs for tiny homes and small homes in general. It has a single pitch throughout the roof and makes the best use of space.
Why metal roofing on small houses?
Metal roofs are fire resistant and can withstand a variety of different weather elements. They are also incredibly lightweight and energy-efficient and are one of the sturdiest roofing products on the market today.
It doesn’t take long to install and once it’s complete, it will provide shelter and protection from the elements for 50 years, or longer! This is a truly revolutionary roofing option for tiny houses, roofs on larger homes, and everything in between.
In addition, there is no maintenance required once the roof is installed; simply enjoy its beauty and reap the benefits of the comfort and security it provides you. While the upfront investment may be a bit more than traditional roofing, the long-term investment for your home is well worth it.
At Mountaintop Metal Roofing, we are familiar with all different home styles and sizes. Contact our team of professionals today to learn more about the incredible benefits of metal roofing.
Our reputation for quality workmanship speaks for itself.
We look forward to working with you to transform the exterior of your home.
At Mountaintop Metal Roofing, we build our reputation one aluminum roofing project at a time. It’s why we’re growing so rapidly and why you’ve likely noticed more and more metal roofs popping up in the Seattle WA and Portland OR metro areas. That’s where we work, and the results speak for themselves.
So don’t wait another day to learn more about the ways in which a metal roof can increase your home’s values, longevity, safety, and curb appeal.