A quality roof is one of the most important ways to protect your home from potential damage and costly repairs. For a durable, great looking roof that will pay for itself over time, no other roof material tops metal.
No matter what kind of roofing style, color or finish you are after, there’s a metal roof to match. Looking for the charm of traditional cedar shake, or the simplicity of asphalt shingle? Or perhaps you are after the bold and distinctive look of clay tile or natural slate. Modern day metal roofs offer all of the style and beauty of these traditional roofing materials only stronger and more durable. There’s certain to be a metal roof style to match your home and neighborhood.
- Metal Shingle/Slate
- Metal Tile
- Metal Shake
- Vertical Panels
Benefits of Metal Roofing
There’s a reason metal roofs are gaining in popularity across the country. In fact, there are lots of reasons. Metal roofs offer energy savings, aesthetic appeal and protection for your home that can last a lifetime. They complement virtually any architectural style and are environmentally sustainable. Explore the many benefits that metal roofs have to offer.
A Lasting Investment
While the initial cost of a quality metal roof is higher than roofing materials such as asphalt, it’s an investment that pays returns over a lifetime. A metal roof can last up to 50+ years or more with little maintenance, can often be repainted versus replaced, and may even increase the resale value of your home.LEARN MORE
A Style for Every Home
Residential metal roofs are available in a wide variety of styles, types and colors. They can make a bold architectural statement or effortlessly complement any home and neighborhood. They’ll also maintain their great looks much longer than other roofing materials.
Tough in Any Condition
Unlike asphalt or other roofing styles, a properly constructed metal roof can handle just about anything Mother Nature can throw at it. Metal roofing can protect your home against extreme temperatures, high winds, hail, marine air and even fire—all with minimal maintenance.LEARN MORE
Metal is considered the most environmentally friendly and sustainable roofing material available. Metal roofs are virtually 100% recyclable, and are made with a minimum of 25% recycled material, depending on the specific metal. Landfill issues are eliminated with metal roofing materials, and scrap value of used material is a positive attribute.
Save Energy and Money
What is known in the metal roofing industry as “cool metal roofing” can significantly reduce a building’s long-term energy use. Through the application of heat deflecting metal coatings, energy costs can be reduced up to 40% or more, according to a study conducted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory.