Nowadays, metal roofs have been sweeping the residential roofing industry.
In the past, metal was used for interior and exterior designs; now, metal has gained more and more popularity for residential roofing structures too.
Metal looks beautiful in residential houses, and the roofing industry has come a long way in offering various texture finishes offsetting the traditional and industrial flat appearance.
Metal roofs can now mimic other materials such as wood shakes, asphalt shingles, and slate.
However, the metallic glance often compromises the authenticity of these types of designs.
In addition, the selection of colors offered by many residential roofing manufacturers is not as diverse as what you would find in clay, slate, or concrete roof tiles.
Standing seam metal roofs are a completely different story, and this type of material is not only different in size and shape; it's different in installation guidelines too.
Many homeowners find that the higher initial cost of this type of roofing will pay off due to its excellent durability and reliability.
Continuous panels run from the ridge of the roof down to the eaves, and between the panels there are seams connected by fasteners raised above the level of the metal roofing.
The seam is raised or standing, as opposed to flush-mounted. These fasteners are hidden, creating a smooth surface extending from top to bottom.
Why Metal Roofing
One of its major advantages is that metal roofs are known to last about 30-45 years.
Metal doesn't burn and is non-combustible, and it has a “Class A” fire rating (the most resistant).
Our metal roofing material is tested every day, and we follow the highest quality standards for every raw material inspection before every shipment.
We strive to make sure the roof on your home lasts a lifetime.
We have a proven history of staying on the leading edge of residential metal roofing.
We are known for working with the finest manufacturers in the metal roofing industry.
Our focus on aluminum allows homeowners to choose a metal roof that is never at risk of rusting.