Sheet metal roofing refers to flat sheets of metal that can be used to sheath both residential and commercial roofing applications. Sheet metal roofing is available in many sizes, including 3'x8', 3'x10', 4'x8', and 4'x10', and a wide range of materials, consisting of stainless steel, brushed stainless steel, diamond plate, copper, evergreen copper, lead coated copper, galvanized steel, mill finish aluminum, freedom grey, and kynar painted, and aluminum sheet metal roofing. It is also available in the form of corrugated sheet metal roofing, and its price will depend upon the size and material of which the sheet metal roofing is made.
The shape and structure of corrugated sheet metal roofing allows for some attractive features when covering your roof with it. First and foremost, the corrugations of sheet metal roofing run in straight parallel lines such that all rain, dirt, and snow run off easily and readily without installing an additional guttering system. Additionally, the structure of corrugated sheet metal roofing is smart in that it can be easily installed by simply aligning the sheets and following the pattern. These things can greatly minimize the amount of money you spend of installing and maintaining your sheet metal roofing.
The installation of sheet metal roofing is relatively simple, yet in most cases requires the sheet metal roofing to be cut to size in certain areas, or over-lapped for various purposes. This can be tricky and is reason for you hiring nothing less than a sheet metal roofing professional. Our roofers are vigorously prescreened so that they can excel in your installation project, and offer many sheet metal roofing services that are of the highest quality and esteem, including repair, maintenance, and cleaning.
Like anything else, roofs too can require roof repair work. It is very common to see some roof leaks, flashing failure, or shingle deterioration during the life of your roof, and repairing them is not always complicated. Beware, however, that any roof repair work not carried out meticulously and appropriately could lead to even worse damage, so do not hesitate to call one of our contractors if you are not a roofing expert.