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Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing can be applied to any type of home, from a Monticello to your neighborhood raised rancher. With a Metal Roof you can expect  energy savings, a beautiful look, and protection for your home that can last a lifetime. There are a wide variety of designs available for your residential metal roof.

Metal Roof Styles & Colors

Metal roofs are offered in a rainbow of colors to choose from and your metal roof can be a traditional vertical seam profile, or it can be manufactured to resemble wood shake, slate, shingles or clay tiles.


Vertical Seam Panels

Structural Standing Seam Panels have side laps between the roofing panels that are arranged in a vertical position above the line of the roof. The metal roof panel system is secured to the roof substructure by concealed clips.


Water Shedding Systems

Water shedding roofing systems usually require a roof slope of 3:12 or greater. For each 12 inches of run (eave to ridge) the roof must rise-up at least 3 inches.


Zinc develops a protective layer, called zinc hydroxyl-carbonate that blocks moisture and chemicals from penetrating to the zinc beneath it. And if that protective layer is ever scratched, the hydroxyl-carbonate will reform over time making zinc naturally resistant to corrosion.

Did you know that by upgrading to a metal roof, you’ll also save money and do your part for the environment. Asphalt shingles contribute an estimated 20 billion pounds of waste to U.S. landfills per year? By switching to a metal roof you can help reduce this! Metal roofs can often be installed over an existing roof, so not only is it lowering the eco-impact of the tear-off and disposal it’s also saving you money by eliminating the labor cost!

Your neighbors may re-roof their home many times but with a high-quality metal roof it will likely be the last roof you’ll ever need. Resistant to cracking, shrinking and eroding, metal roofing systems can also withstand extreme weather conditions including heavy snow loads, hail storms and wildfires.

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Metal Roof Styles & Colors

Available in 29 Gauge


Vintage White


Radiant Red


Hawaiian Blue






Desert Sand


Cobalt Blue


Coal Black





Available in 26 & 29 Gauge


Burnished Slate


Charcoal Gray


Galvalume Plus




Ivy Green


Koko Brown


Light Stone


Polar White


Rustic Red


Regal White


Saddle Tan

Colors shown have been matched as accurately as possible to actual finish. For exact color match, please request a metal color sample. Availability of colors and materials is subject to change. Most panels available are available in bare galvanized or bare galvalume.

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