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RESIDENTIAL METAL ROOFS
IMPERIAL RIBBED METAL ROOFING
Large, ribbed metal panels with sloped side to create a strong, seamless roof that resists the elements and is built to last!
STANDING SEAM METAL ROOFING
Standing Seam Metal Roofs are modern, sleek-looking metal panels with raised seams hide the fasteners securing the panels down to provide a clean look.
Metal Shingles mimic the style of asphalt shingles by its traditional look of shingles with the longevity of a metal roof.
PROS AND CONS
Benefits: Long-lasting and require low maintenance with a wide variety of colors.
Disadvantages: Priced sometimes double or tripled the cost of asphalt shingle roofs.
METAL ROOFING COLORS
PREMIUM ASPHALT SHINGLE ROOFING
Premium asphalt shingles, or luxury asphalt shingles, are a more durable type of asphalt shingles. They’re designed to mimic the look of an expensive slate roof but without the hefty price tag. These shingles are larger and thicker than standard asphalt shingles.
DISADVANTAGES OF ASPHALT SHINGLES
They are heavier and require an inspection to ensure your home can support their weight. The price of these shingles may be higher than traditional asphalt shingles. and the durability provides ongoing maintanance and inspection every few year.
BENEFITS OF PREMIUM ASPHALT SHINGLES
Durability, extended lifespan, and more visually appealing than traditional asphalt shingles. The material is thicker than traditional asphalt shingles, making them more weather-resistant and long-lasting as well as looking more premium than traditional asphalt shingles. A properly-maintained premium asphalt shingle roof can last up to 30 years.
SOFFIT, FASCIA, AND GUTTERS
Ensuring your soffit and fascia aren't damaged can prevent the underlying wood from rotting. When it comes to leaking roofs, small problems can snowball and become very expensive. Gutters also play an important role. If they leak or don't catch all of the water running off of your roof, there is a risk of water seeping under and causing mold!
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