I'm looking at getting a new roof. Our house is 45 odd years old, and has metal tiles, many of which have been stepped on so have cups, and the paint is going/peeling.
I have a quote for colour steel, but one of my concerns is insulation. We don't have a roof cavity, and therefore essentially no roof insulation. The couple of roofing companies I've spoken too said as it's essentially like for like I can just do it. But actually - I want insulation. For aesthetic reasons I don't want to fill in the space between the exposed beams which has been everyones suggestions so far.
I have found this product (https://www.metalcraftgroup.co.nz/products/metal-insulated-panels/) - essentially metal roofing panels with insulation bonded inbetween two layers. I'm thinking these might be a go. The one called metecnospan seems the most logical.
Has anyone seen this/had experience? I've got in touch for a quote, but of course a little worried about being sold to.