AN INTRODUCTION TO ALUMINUM ROOFING
Our family has three generations in the roofing industry and we believe so strongly in the superiority of aluminum materials that we have dedicated our business to specializing in its installation. This gives our customers confidence that our crews are highly trained and deeply experienced. You always receive top workmanship backed by our business integrity. We can show you examples of our work in your area!
Some Facts about Aluminum Roofing
Residential aluminum roofing is so adaptable, and available in so many styles and colors, that we have been able to install it on log cabins, A-frames, classic ranch houses and peaked-roof Tudors.
We Offer Three Main Styles:
The look of a Conventional Composite Oxford Shingle
The Rustic Shingle Charm of Split Wood
The Country Manor has the Class of Wood Shakes
The ingenious factory textures and colors have people saying “you can’t tell them apart” from conventional materials. There is no shine, no fake-looking uniformity and no color that is inappropriate in any neighborhood.
Because aluminum roofing is so light, we are able to install it directly on top of many existing roofs, adding a new synthetic felt layer atop the old surface. We could not do this if the interlocking panels did not form a seal that is impenetrable by water. The metal and coating are designed to be much cooler on the surface, which reduces cooling demand inside a home or business.
Aluminum Roofing Options
The classic vertical standing seam metal roof is one of the most popular commercial roof styles in use today (and on many residences, too).
Our aluminum roofing takes the look of your building to a next level of professionalism and attractiveness. It takes far less of a long-term bite out of your capital budget. Because of the many colors available in both standing seam and traditional shingle panels, we have been able to match the corporate colors of a national pizza chain and other commercial properties. A free-standing medical or legal office adds class with the look of wood shingles or shakes. The durability and a cost-benefit analysis prove that aluminum is the clear choice.