Metal roofs are a great way to get more out of your roofing system. However, they also require proper maintenance and care during installation and throughout the life of the roof. In this article we will discuss why metal roof systems sweat on some homes and how you can prevent them from doing so while still helping protect your home from harsh weather conditions.
Why do metal roofs sweat? And what can be done about it? The simple answer is that no two metal roofs are made equal when it comes to sweating or not sweating at all. For example, some manufacturers use different grades of aluminum in their products which have been found to cause metal roofs to sweat much less than others – making these metals better choices for certain applications such as low-slope rooftops due to the fact that very little or no condensation forms on these types of installations. In addition, many brands offer different levels of quality control within their product lines by offering differing levels of grade binder agent depending upon where in the world they are being sold (e.g., hot climates versus cold climates). This means that each brand’s metal roof may need special attention if you live in one country but not another! So why does it matter whether a certain type of product has binders added into its formulation? Well… think about this for a second: what exactly happens when water gets trapped inside an interior wall cavity behind closed insulation boards over time?! That’s right — heat wicked up through those panels because there