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Metal Roofs are Attractive and Versatile
• Residential metal roofs are available in a wide variety of designs, textures, styles and colors.
• Metal roofing is available in traditional vertical seam profiles or can be manufactured to resemble wood shake, slate, shingles or clay tiles.
• They can complement any type of architecture.
Metal Roofs are Durable
• Resistant to cracking, shrinking and eroding, metal is virtually a maintenance-free roofing material that lasts.
• Metal roofing systems can withstand extreme weather conditions including heavy snow loads, hail storms and wildfires.
• Many metal roofing systems feature interlocking panels, which resist and eliminate damage from high winds.
• Residential metal roofs have long-term warranties, often up to 50 years.
Metal Roofs are Energy and Cost Efficient
• Metal roofs can save homeowners up to 40% in annual energy costs, depending on geographical region.
• Residential metal roofs have a lower life cycle cost compared to other roofing materials.
• Metal roofs increase the value of a home. In fact, a metal roof adds approximately $1.45 per square foot to a home’s overall value.
• Many insurance companies give discounts to homes with metal roofs.
Metal Roofs are environmentally friendly
• Many residential metal roofs now utilize reflective pigment technology, which results in overall home energy efficiency.
• Residential metal roofs are made from 30-60% recycled material.
• Conventional roofing products contribute an estimated 20 billion pounds of waste to U.S. landfills annually, whereas metal roofs can often be installed over an existing roof, omitting the need for tear-off and disposal.
There is a myth that metal roofs are louder than other types of roofs during a rainstorm. As long as the roof is properly installed with correct underlayments, it won't be any louder than an asphalt roof. Still, this myth makes some people reject metal roofs.
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Prolock is known as a standing seam roof panel. It is a favorite of architects and designers because of the additional raised profile lines within the panel. Another advantage that it has over other roofing panels is that it has a hidden fastner system, meaning that the only screws visible are at any flashings and sometimes at eaves to help in high wind locations

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Duraclad is the most popular steel roofing panel available. It is commonly used in commercial and agricultural buildings but is the standard used on residential applications also.


Slate roofing panels are a used in place of asphalt shingles. Many people like the look of asphalt shingles but like the strength and durability of steel therefore steel slate roofing is a popular choice.

Weathershield 1
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Weathershield 1 is the only steel roofing panel that easily bends to the form of a round roof (Quansit) It is also commonly used on sheds , quansits and livestock shelters.