Metal Roofs

Metal provides the ultimate blend of durability, efficiency, and style - designed to protect your home against any weather while enhancing its aesthetic appeal.

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Metal Roofs

The Ultimate Roofing Solution

Metal roofing stands as a testament to durability and efficiency, requiring minimal maintenance while offering significant energy-saving advantages. Its exceptional longevity means investing in a roof that not only lasts for decades but also contributes to lower energy bills through its reflective properties.

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Built to Last, Designed to Save

Superior durability, energy efficiency, and environmental sustainability make metal roofing a smart investment that enhances your home's protection, reduces your energy bills, and supports a greener planet.

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Longevity and Durability

Metal roofing is known for its exceptional longevity, often lasting 40-70 years, depending on the material. Unlike traditional roofing materials, metal roofs withstand severe weather conditions such as heavy snow, hail, wildfires, and strong winds without corroding or cracking. This resilience translates to less frequent replacements and repairs, saving homeowners money over time.

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Energy Efficiency

Metal roofs reflect solar radiant heat, which can reduce cooling costs by 10-25%. Their thermal efficiency helps in maintaining a more consistent indoor temperature, leading to lower energy bills, especially in hot climates. Additionally, many metal roofing materials are compatible with solar panel installations, further enhancing their energy-saving potential.

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Environmental Sustainability

Metal roofing is environmentally friendly, made from 30-60% recycled material and is 100% recyclable at the end of its life. Unlike asphalt shingles, which contribute to billions of pounds of landfill waste each year, metal roofs offer a sustainable alternative that reduces waste and promotes recycling. Furthermore, their reflective properties contribute to reducing the heat island effect, making them a green choice for urban areas.


Types of Metal Roofing

The diverse world of metal roofing ranges from the sleek standing seam to the classic corrugated style to meet the needs of different aesthetics and structural requirements. Each type is engineered for excellence, offering unique benefits to suit your specific roofing needs.


Corrugated metal roofing combines classic design with contemporary strength, offering a cost-effective solution that stands up to the elements. Its distinctive ribbed appearance not only adds architectural interest but also enhances its durability, making it a versatile choice for both residential and commercial properties.

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Standing Seam

Standing seam metal roofing epitomizes modern roofing technology, featuring concealed fasteners for a smooth, uniform look and superior leak resistance. Ideal for those seeking a contemporary aesthetic and maximum durability, it provides exceptional performance against extreme weather, ensuring a lifetime of protection and minimal maintenance.

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What type of ice dam protection do you use on the roof?

We typically use six feet of ice shield to all eaves and three feet in valleys. This is above the standard code, which only requires three feet. Ice shield helps protect your sheeting from water penetration when an ice dam occurs. It does not prevent ice damming but can help. We do NOT recommend heat tape or external devices to help with ice dams. The only prevention is to keep your roof clean of snow four feet up the eaves and valleys, so as the snow on the top of the roof melts, it does not build up in the valleys or end of the eaves. If the snow load is large, we recommend removing all snow.

What sort of warranties do you carry?

As for the roofing material itself, the warranty is only as good as its manufacturer. We typically use IKO, as they have the longest warranty on the market, which is 15 years for defects. Unlike most manufacturers, this is transferable to a new owner (for a fee) and is a great price point for our customers. However, if you have a personal choice of a different material, we use all manufacturers. If you see a competitor’s bid with an extra-long warranty, like “50 years,” please ask us for the details. It does not mean the roof is covered for replacements for that long but ONLY for defects, which are typically found in the first ten years.

Is removing my old roof required?

Not always. We can recover your roof depending on the number of layers the existing roof has. Local building codes limit the number of layers allowed. Recovering your roof is less expensive and can hold up just as well as a new roof. One downside would be that any irregularities in the existing roof will more than likely show through new roofing. We do not recommend recovers on manufactured homes.

Can you help me with my insurance claim?

YES! We can give you some tips and help with the entire process from start to finish. We recommend contacting our office before you submit any insurance bids.

Can I have my roof done in the winter or during bad weather?

YES. We roof year-round. It usually only takes four to eight hours to actually tear off the existing roof and apply water-tight synthetic underlayment. Sometimes we use tarps to double ensure any issues with rain or snow will not occur.

Are your estimates free?

Estimates are ALWAYS free; our estimator will come on your roof, measure, and take pictures. We will send you a quote within five business days of our visit. If you require more information such as longevity or roof and specifics on each element such as the condition of vents etc., we recommend you pay for a roof inspection and receive a full roof report. Money is credited back if you choose us to replace your roof.