I am planning on building an addition. I'm assuming that I'll have to replace the entire roof to make it look consistent, even though there's nothing apparently wrong with the roof. (I have no idea how old it is, but I've owned the house for 7 years)
I assumed that I would just replace the roof with a similar asphalt shingle roof.
I stumbled across Decra roofing, stone coated steel roof.
I was unable to find any positive or negative reviews on Decra. There are bad reviews on Duraloc/Allmet, but it seems to be contained to just that one specific vendor.
I was told to expect a 30% premium over asphalt shingle for the Decra roof. That might be a good investment if this really is the "last rood I'll ever need".
Thanks for any help/insight.