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The roof is an essential component of your home. When you have an effective, durable roof, you can be sure that your home’s exterior and interior are well-sheltered from inclement weathers. On the other hand, if your roof suffers damage due to lack of maintenance or as the natural result of aging, you will undoubtedly experience some levels of moisture infiltration and other costly inconveniences.
Strength and Durability
Strong and durable, a metal roof offers you the absolute best option can find anywhere. Here are a few reasons why metal is the ultimate energy efficient and durable material:
- Lasts up to 3 times longer than a Traditional Roof
- Requires minimal maintenance
- 100% Recyclable
- Reduces your energy expenditure by as much as 40%
- Last for 50 years & more with proper care and maintenance
Available in galvalume, copper, and aluminum, the metal you choose today promises to demonstrate lasting strength, beauty, and energy efficiency. Take a look at our various roofing options to find innovative home improvement solutions that stretch the limits of metal in ways you’ve never imagined!
Low Sloping Metal Roof
Low Sloping Metal Roofs have been a popular roofing option, especially among commercial buildings. In recent years, homeowners have begun to take advantage of low sloping roofs to effectively redirect water and snow away from the integrity of their home. They demand virtually no maintenance, and are a great choice for homeowners who want a break from their escalating energy bills.
Metal Roof Bay Window
Bay windows are great for adding dimensions to your exterior design. But when you install a beautiful metal pent roof right over your bay window, you have effectively given it a panoramic look that many will find attractive. In addition to shielding your bay windows from direct sunlight, the metal pent roof you installed will not only highlight the window, but also establish a grand focal point to capture the eyes of any passersby.
Metal Roof Chimney Flashing
A chimney flashing seeks to keep water out of the intersection between your chimney and the roof. Because every chimney is different, we will customize your chimney flashing project to make sure everything is spot-on. Our innovative cut-in flashing goes into your stone or brick to create a watertight seal that prevents water from getting behind the flashing. Additionally, we use high-quality metal to ensure that the flashing we build can withstand the dynamic weather and temperature changes year-round.
Is Metal Roofing Noisy?
To put it simply, despite common myths, metal roofs are not noisy. When it rains, the noise you hear is going to be about the same as an asphalt roof. In fact, with a strong sheathing that is installed in between the metal roof and the roofing surface, metal can effectively silence rain and other weather-induced noises better than other roofing materials. Really, the most important thing you should be concerned with is that it can withstand winds traveling up to 140 mph. They are strong and do not rot, decay, and split like shakes or shingles.
Also known as pool or built-in gutters, Yankee gutters are a drainage system that helps to redirect water away from the roof and the home’s foundation. Yankee gutters are incorporated into the cornice structure along the roofline. As a result, they are safely tucked away and can work efficiently without affecting the aesthetic appearance of your roof.
Re-roof with Metal
When the time comes to replace your roof, it’s tempting to stick with a material of which you are already familiar. For most homeowners, this means shakes, slates, and shingles. What about something a bit different? Think outside the box, and give metal a try. As an efficient roofing material, it can save you money in utility bills as well as maintenance costs. It outlives asphalt by at least two decades, and can be easily constructed to fit the sloping and design of your roof.
Choosing a Metal Roofing Contractor
Having your roof properly installed is important no matter what material you decide to use. Because a metal roof is an investment that will remain faithful for a lifetime, it is essential that your contractor can properly install your roof to maximize its benefits. When considering a potential metal roofing contractor, you want a local, professional person or company with a history of excellence. Ask for their qualifications and warranties so your roofing project will be completed on time and on budget.