Metal Roofing and Siding Features
Our metal roofing is constructed of 29 gauge galvalume steel. It comes in a variety of colors, plain galvanized and galvalume. We keep all varieties in stock offering availability at all times making it very convenient for the consumer.
Our metal roofing has a coverage of 36 inches and can be cut to any desired length up to 48 ft. This leaves little or no waste. We also stock the necessary accessories for completing the job. All at a competitive price!
A properly installed metal roofing system is virtually maintenance free over the life of the roof.
Metal roofing can be installed over the existing roofing material, bringing significant savings in time and labor in addition to eliminating the problem of disposal.
Properly installed metal roofing systems will withstand inclement weather (high winds, hail, snow and rain) better than any other roofing material. With proper installation, metal roofing is just as lightening-resistant as other roofing material.
Metal roofing systems carry fire ratings that can reduce the homeowner’s overall insurance rate due to the fire-resistance of metal.
A quality metal roof that is properly installed could last the lifetime of the owner. In fact, because metal withstands so many elements, metal roofing is known for its extensive life cycle.
Metal roofing is beautiful as well as durable and is available in many different styles, configurations, and colors to fit diverse architectural requirements and tastes. The local building codes and neighbourhood by-laws should be addressed when considering metal roofing.
Metal roofing can weigh as little as 1/10th as much as competing materials, translating to lower transportation costs as well as construction costs.
A metal roof typically requires less labour to install than either shingle, shake or tile. Exceptions to this rule would be complicated roofs requiring extensive sheet metal work.
Cost Effective Application
Metal roofing reflects and absorbs heat more efficiently than competing materials translating to lower cooling costs. It also sheds snow and water for extended life.
Lower Lifetime Cost
Although the initial cost of metal roof systems may be higher than shingles, the cost/benefits ratio over the life of the roof is superior to that of a shingle system and far superior to either shake, slate or tiles.