With The Need For Resilient Building Practices On The Rise, MRA Unveils Updated Guide As Free Resource For Homeowners

With climate change driving the need for more resilient building practices to help homeowners better protect their home from the increasing frequency of severe storms, hurricanes and wildfire threats, the Metal Roofing Alliance has just released its latest version of the comprehensive MRA Residential Metal Roofing Buyer’s Guide. The guide is available for free.

The newest MRA Buyer’s Guide covers a wide range of information homeowners need to understand before they make a roofing decision, including how to evaluate regional climate conditions, what to look for when it comes to performance and reliability, material and coating differences, care and maintenance, and much more. It includes an updated product comparison chart, added information on weather related protection and new imagery.

The Guide also offers essential information about roof underlayments, sealants, how to ensure proper installation, what to consider when it comes to warranties–all designed to help homeowners make the best investment possible when it comes to re-roofing their home with materials and installation practices made to last. As MRA members are considered today’s top industry leaders and experts, the Guide is among the most up-to-date, complete and exhaustive resources available to homeowners interested in learning more about not only metal roofs, but better roofing practices in general.

“Virtually all home improvement experts agree: when it comes to home protection and longevity, there is a massive need for improved resiliency and renovation methods that help homes withstand the severity of climate related events,” said Renee Ramey, MRA executive director. “Quality metal roofs play a huge role in helping meet that need and we are pleased to offer this comprehensive resource to homeowners as they look to make the best long-term decision for their homes.”