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Choosing the right roofing material is crucial for both cost-effectiveness and long-term durability. We understand that you have questions, and we are here to provide answers. Here are some common roofing inquiries and how M&S POWER can help:

 We offer a range of roofing options that strike a balance between quality and affordability. Our team of experts will assess your specific needs and budget to recommend the most cost-effective roofing solution without compromising on quality.


Asphalt shingle roofs are the most common type of roofing in the United States; they account for around 50% of all roofs nationwide. Yet despite their widespread use, asphalt shingles have a few aspects to consider that homeowners might be interested in before making any decisions on whether to repair or replace them.

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Why Opt for Metal Roofs in Your Home? Increasingly, residential homeowners are opting for metal roofing as their preferred long-term solution. No longer confined to commercial projects, metal roofing surpasses shingles or tiles in terms of durability and energy efficiency throughout the roof's lifespan. A metal roof serves as a durable, low-maintenance alternative to traditional asphalt shingles. While asphalt shingles may boast lower initial costs, they are prone to shrinkage, erosion, and cracking, particularly in regions exposed to harsh weather conditions. Despite proper upkeep and repairs, the lifespan of asphalt shingles significantly pales in comparison to metal. With minimal maintenance or repairs, metal roofing can endure for 50 years or more. Engineered appropriately, they can endure wind gusts of up to 140 miles per hour without corroding or cracking due to seasonal weather variations. Moreover, metal roofs exhibit fire resistance and energy efficiency, cutting cooling expenses by 10-25%. Remarkably, metal roofs are no louder than conventional roofs during rainfall.


Men workers installing solar panels on roof of house.

Our Satisfied Clients

    Jennifer Taylor

    The solar roof transformed our home's energy usage. We're saving money and enjoying the sleek look of our roof. The installers did a superb job.

      Daniel Moore

      love our solar roof! It's been a worry-free solution to lower our carbon footprint and utility bills. Plus, it's a conversation starter with neighbors.

        Jessica Garcia

        Switching to a solar roof was a smart move for us. It looks great, works perfectly, and feels good to be part of the solution to climate change.

        Solar Rooftops Frequently Asked Questions

        Solar rooftops play a significant role in promoting energy independence by allowing homeowners to generate their own electricity. This reduces reliance on the local power grid and fossil fuels, leading to greater control over energy costs and a more secure energy supply. In areas with net metering, homeowners can even become net-positive energy producers, contributing surplus energy back to the grid.

        es, installing a solar rooftop significantly reduces your carbon footprint. Solar energy is a clean, renewable resource that produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation. By using solar power instead of electricity generated from fossil fuels, homeowners can directly contribute to the reduction of harmful emissions and combat climate change.

        The installation of a solar rooftop can actually extend the life of your roof by protecting the areas covered by the panels from the elements, such as rain, snow, and UV radiation. The mounting system is designed to ensure the integrity of your roof is maintained, preventing leaks. However, it's crucial to have a professional installer who can ensure that the installation is done correctly to avoid any potential damage.

        A solar rooftop system can increase the value of your home and make it more attractive to potential buyers, especially those interested in sustainability and reducing energy costs. If you own your solar system outright, it typically increases your home's resale value. If you have a lease or power purchase agreement, you'll need to transfer the agreement to the new owners, which most providers make relatively straightforward.

        Modern solar rooftop systems include several safety features to protect against electrical fires, surges, and other emergencies. These may include automatic shutdown features, which isolate the system from the grid in the event of a power outage or fault, and fire safety switches that allow first responders to safely disconnect the system. It's important to ensure your system complies with local safety codes and regulations.