Materials & Suppliers

Standing Seam Slate

This type of metal roofing typically have metal panels that run vertically up the roof. These panel roofs are called “Standing Seam” because their prominent feature is the raised, interlocking seam which joins neighboring panels together.

Stand Seam Metal

This metal roofing option is defined by its concealed interlocking system that connects adjoining panels. These metal panels feature raised seams and flat areas giving the roof a ridged appearance and lasting protection.

Shingle Roofing

This roofing style utilizes asphalt or metal shingles (often G90 galvanized steel and aluminum) for a seamless, durable design.

Synthetic Slate and Shake

These types of roofing are composed of a plastic and rubber mix. Synthetic slate is designed to mimic the beauty of real stone slate without the high cost or installation hassle. Synthetic slate is made by injection-molding petroleum-based materials into metal molds cast from authentic slate. Synthetic shake mimics real wooden shake, but with minimal maintenance and a lower cost. Synthetic shake can be made from asphalt, metal, cement, rubber, and plastics that are fire-rated, and impact resistant.

Suppliers

CertainTeed

​Supplies our shingles, underlayment, and ice and water shields.

Davinci Roofscapes

Provides us with quality slate and shake for an economical, classic roofing solution.

Hearth Financing

Our easy, intuitive online payment system optimized for easy customer transactions.

Everlast Roofing Metal

Supplies our stand seam metal designed to withstand the elements.

Types of metal roofing

Metal Roofing has undergone an increase in popularity over the last 10 years in the United States due to its combination of longevity, energy efficiency, and the minimal maintenance needed after installation.

While the initial cost of a metal roof may seem higher than traditional asphalt shingles, the investment pays off as metals roofs typically have an estimated lifespan of 40-70 years (2 times longer than shingle roofing), and are produced in a variety of metals (Tin, Aluminum, Zinc, Copper, & Galvanized Steel), and styles depending on your specific needs.

  • Zinc: used in metal roofing because of its resistance to corrosion, malleability and stylish look. However, it is mostly used as a component in various other metal alloy roofs.
  • Copper: The most expensive option for a metal roof, Copper roofing is known for its durability as they are known to last up to 100 years with minimal upkeep required. Copper roofs provide increased protection from fires, and age beautifully as it develops its famous patina color.
  • Aluminum: fractionally more expensive than steel roofing, aluminum provides a plethora of benefits that steel does not. Aluminum Roofs are lightweight, durable, resistant to corrosion, and is energy efficient.
  • Tin: while no longer suited for residential homes because of its high rate of corrosion, rust, and susceptibility to dents, Tin is a lightweight, and cheap material to use for storage roofing.
  • Iron: Still constructed and used to this day, Iron roofing is manufactured either using an inverted box rib style roofing, or using corrugated galvanized iron
    inverted Box Rib: This style of iron roofing is cheap, and comes in corrugated square sheets. This style of roofing is best used on storage structures that do not require insulation.
  • Corrugated Galvanized Iron: This style of Iron Roofing is created by coating iron panels with steel to increase its durability. This material is perfect for providing cheap cover for sheds and barns, however watch out as these panels are subject to fast acting corrosion.
  • Steel: Stainless steel is the most common metal used in residential roofing for its combination of durability and affordability. Like iron roofing, Steel roofing comes in a multitude of different variations depending on what the customer is looking for. Unlike Iron, Steel roofing is incredibly resistant to rust, and is dent resistant.
  • Galvanized Steel: Steel roofing that has had a coat of Zinc applied to its surface, helping the steel fight against corrosion.
  • Galvalume Steel: This style of steel roofing consists of steel panels that are coated with an aluminum surface. Available in a variety of colors and patterns, Galvalume Steel is considered one of the best types of metal roofing to invest in, as the material is known for its longevity and strength against corrosion and rust.
  • Stone Coated Steel: this style of steel paneling consists of steel that has been coated in an aluminum/zinc coating, AND has a layer of ceramic-coated stone granules on top of it. This style of roofing is extremely stylish and strong, coming in a wide variety of colors and designs. This roofing material is often times used to recreate a “Victorian” style look that old homes possess.

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