What Roofing is Most Energy Efficient?

The most energy-efficient roofing materials are tile and metal.

Energy efficient roofing reflects heat back into space, away from your home.

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Metal Roofing

Tile Roofing

Tile Roofing

Get Spanish tile, clay, ceramic, and concrete roofing for your home when you call Big Al’s Roofing.

Tile roofing can reflect a significant amount of heat from the sun rather than absorbing it, which helps keep your home cooler. This means lower energy bills and a greener home! If you are concerned about the environment, you’ll be happy to know that tile roofs ceramic clay and concrete roofs are made from natural materials, and their long life helps reduce waste in landfills. Get a tile roof for your Miami, FL home by calling us for our premium roofing services.

Metal Roofing

On average, metal can last two to three times longer than a shingle roof and potentially as long as tile.


Another major advantage of metal roofs is its energy efficiency. Due to its naturally reflective surface, your metal roof reflects heat from the sun, keeping your roof significantly cooler than a shingle roof. This, in turn, helps keep your home cooler, allowing you to reduce your energy bills and save money. In The Sunshine State, this is a major benefit for many homeowners and can help offset the cost of initial installation. Plus, because metal roofs last so long, you can expect decades of energy savings. Metal roofs are even more eco-friendly as it is fully recyclable and helps reduce the amount of shingle roofing in landfills.

Financing Available

Big Al’s Roofing is proud to offer Ygrene financing for hurricane protection and home improvement projects. Ygrene is a PACE funding program that provides 100% financing to commercial and residential property owners for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and hurricane protection improvements.


By Alvaro Hernandez
August 29, 2019