In some areas, and with certain types of houses, metal roofing can make an excellent choice for you. Metal roofing is strong, and stand up very well against the elements. On top of that, metal roofing is a durable and cost effective solution for your roofing. Metal roofing can come in several different types of roofing. There are metal shingles, flat metal roofing and corrugated metal roofing. Depending on the benefits that you want out of your roofing, we can help you with anything that you would like. If metal roofing is something you want to discuss with us, we are here for you!
Aluminum is a great option when it comes to roofing. The main reasons for that is that it will be able to resist the harsh weather condition as it is durable and, when treated, corrosion resistant. Moreover, aluminum roofing is lightweight, easy to install and affordable for any house owners that want their roofing to be replaced or installed. It has a long life span because it doesn’t rust easily. Aluminum roofing is the industry standard for metal roofing, as it can be used in, both, residential builds and commercial builds, and installs quickly and efficiently.
Galvanized steel roofing can be a more costly option for you, but the benefits of it far outweigh any potential hit to your bank account. Galvanized steel, so named for the process of galvanization, is steel that is covered in a thin layer of zinc. This process makes the roof nearly rust-proof. Because roofs are constantly exposed to moisture, this roofing type is an incredibly great choice. Beyond that, galvanization gives a nice, polished look to your metal roof and, for this reason, this type of metal roofing has become a popular option.
Copper metal roofs are an excellent choice for any home build. Copper is naturally beautiful, and gives an instant pop of color to any home it rests on. And, while copper can be treated to help it not rust, a huge benefit to copper roofing is that, as it rusts, it actually turns a lovely shade of green that some people prefer. On top of this, copper holds up extremely well against nearly any inclement weather and is a very durable metal material. Copper roofs are a mid-budget roofing option that are an excellent choice.
Galvalume roofing is very similar to galvanized roofing, with the exception that galvalume has even higher corrosion resistance. While galvanized steel is coated with zinc, to help it not rust, galvalume is coated with, both, zinc and aluminum. The extra coating of aluminum makes this roofing type almost impossible to rust. In addition, the extra layer of aluminum also helps the roof to not show scratches, dings and dents as much. Galvalume is a costly roofing solution, but it offers the absolute best protection possible, both for your home and for the roof itself. If you would like this roof type installed, let us know!