A metal roof offers certain valuable qualities that cannot be duplicated by the other types of roofs. Typically, the cost of a metal roof is higher than that of a traditional asphalt shingle, but you will save money in the long run. The average life of a metal roof is anywhere from 2 to 3 times longer than that of any other type of material. Also, almost all metal roofs are Energy Star compliant and most carry a class IV impact rating. In addition, it can be manufactured to look like almost any other roofing material in regards to color, style or finish.
Metal roofs can be separated into 3 categories: Exposed Fastener Panels (screws not hidden); Concealed Fastener Panels (screws are hidden); and Metal Shingles and Tiles. Below you will find examples of each of these categories. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding metal roofing. Please visit our portfolio page for more photos.
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|Exposed Fastener Panels - (screws visible)|
|Concealed Fastener Panels - (screws hidden)|
|Metal Shingles and Metal Tiles|