Types of Metal Roofs We Install

Corrugated Metal Roofing

When it comes to metal roofing, corrugated metal panels are the most popular. It fits both contemporary and traditional aesthetics and is durable, structurally stable. Corrugated metal roofs, unlike asphalt, are large sheets that are fastened directly to the deck. They’re easy to handle. This is effortless and quick, not to mention that it will stay where it is once it has been installed.

Aluminum Roofing

Aluminum is such a malleable substance that it may be fashioned or sculpted into virtually any form of design without losing its solid metal character. So you don’t have to worry about your slate roof becoming heavy, or your copper roof becoming green. Aluminium roofs are incredibly durable, being fireproof, windproof, and impact resistant.

Copper Roofing

Copper roofing is a popular choice that boosts the value of your home. Lifespans are also long, with some surviving for decades. Rot, hail, and fire are all extremely resistant to the material. Your copper roof will most likely outlast you, as long as you take care of it.

Steel Roofing

Steel is sustainable, recoverable, lightweight, sturdy, and fire-resistant. It’s a breeze to set up, making it an excellent value. It’s also extremely modifiable, so you may give it a variety of other roofing styles.

Steel roofing, like some of its other metal counterparts, has a longer lifespan. The main difference is that steel corrodes if you are near the shore or in an area with a lot of extra moisture. It might last for decades if it’s protected against oxidation.

Standing-Seam Metal Roofing

Snap-lock, mechanical lock, and batten panel seams are all available in standing seam metal roofing. They offer varying levels of security, and each interlocks in a different way. You may choose a certain seam type to protect your structure depending on your climate. 

A standing seam roof is guaranteed to fit any building because it is designed to be curved and shaped on the job site. There are no exposed nail holes and no way for water to seep in since they are built with concealed fasteners.