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Unlike the metal roofs of the past, which were standing seam roofs that were made on-site from rolls of sheet metal, today’s metal roofs are durable, long-lasting structures that come in a wide range of colors and styles. Whether you want to mimic natural slate or clay tiles, getting a beautiful, functional, and durable roofing solution has never been easier! You can also enjoy reduced maintenance costs, as metal roofing systems require a lot less maintenance than traditional asphalt shingles.
At Schultz Roofing & Repairs, we offer a diverse range of metal roofing services. From metal roof repairs to replacements and brand new metal roofing installations, our team of experienced roofing contractors can handle any job! From our free inspections and written estimates to final clean up, you’ll receive top-tier service and results that last. We even offer a one-year workmanship warranty! Continue reading below to learn more about metal roofs, and call Schultz Roofing & Repairs to get a quote today!
Why Choose Schultz Roofing & Repair?
- More than 30 years of experience behind every job
- One-year workmanship warranty in addition to factory material warranty
- Impressive array of metal roofing options and styles
- Free inspections for residential and commercial roofs
- And more!
Sturdy, Long-Lasting Metal Roofing Installation In Northern Colorado
Metal roofing materials are becoming more popular than ever for both homes and business. Why? Because they’re energy-efficient and low maintenance, and they last longer than most other types of roofs! Metal roofing is affordable and customizable, as the panels come in a variety of colors that you can select from to achieve the precise look you want for your home.
Schultz Roofing & Repairs makes the process of selecting and installing a new metal roof easier than ever. As Northern Colorado’s most trusted roofing contractor, we have the expertise needed to provide you an accurate price quote and the craftsmanship necessary to get the job done right, down to the last detail.
Why Choose Metal Roofing?
Metal roofing enjoys many advantages over other, more ‘traditional’ types of roofing, including being more energy-efficient, affordable, lightweight, aesthetically pleasing, and longer-lasting. If your home’s roof is in rough shape and you’re considering which material to use for a new roof, metal roofing, which can include aluminum, steel, copper, zinc, and more is a savvy choice.
At Schulz Roofing & Repairs, we’ve been installing metal roofs on homes and businesses throughout Northern Colorado for years. Connect with our team today if you have any questions or want to discuss your specific needs!
The Benefits of Metal Roofs
Metal roofs offer amazing benefits that concrete or clay tile, fiber cement, architectural shingles, wood shake and synthetic composite roofs just can’t match.
Types of Metal Roofs
Several different materials can be used for metal roofing, and each brings its own unique advantages to the table.
- Aluminum: Aluminum roofs aren’t quite as weather-resistant as other types of metal roofing, but they can last between 40 to 70 years without requiring replacement.
- Copper: Copper is one of the pricier types of metal roofing, but it is also incredibly durable, long-lasting, and adds a unique look to your home that is certain to boost its curb appeal.
- Corrugated Metal: This type of metal roofing is most commonly used on commercial buildings. Why? It’s a good investment — corrugated metal roofs are among the lowest-maintenance, longest-lasting, and easiest to install of the many metal roofing types.
- Steel: Steel is easy to recycle and repair, and it lasts for decades with minimal attention needed. This type of metal roofing is often coated with zinc oxide or an aluminum-zinc alloy coating to provide additional durability.
- Zinc: Zinc is as environmentally friendly as aluminum and steel, and just as long-lasting.
Metal Roofing Styles
There are two main styles of metal roofing, and the differences between them are primarily aesthetic.
Metal Roof Panels
Panel-style metal roofing is the most common type of metal roof and consists of ribbed or corrugated metal strips that are arranged vertically on a roof. Metal panel roofs can be made of copper, aluminum, zinc, steel, or a combination of metals and come in a wide array of colors. Panel-style metal roofing is generally more affordable to install than metal roofs that are styled to resemble shingles, shake, or tile, but the cost varies depending on the type of metal used and the installation method chosen.
Metal roof panels are either installed with exposed fasteners (meaning you can see the fasteners on top of the metal) or non-exposed fasteners. Non-exposed fasteners take longer to install, consequently raising the cost of the project.
Tile, Shake or Shingle Metal Roofs
Metal roofs that are designed to look like tile, shake, or shingles are growing in popularity. Made from stone coated steel, this style of metal roof offers the aesthetic appeal of traditional roofs and the durability and energy efficiency of metal roofing. It’s slightly pricier than panel-style metal roofing, but for a growing number of homeowners throughout Northern Colorado, this new style is a great way to weatherproof and fireproof one’s roof while still enjoying the same classic aesthetic appeal of shingles.
Metal Roofing FAQ
Metal Roof Installation Experts
When you are in need of a new metal roof, you can count on the team at Schultz Roofing & Repair. Not only can we install your metal roof, but we will also educate you on the types of metal roofing materials available and help you select the best for your property.
Whether you are constructing a new building (agricultural, commercial, or residential) or looking to replace an existing roof, we will provide you with:
- A free written estimate
- Professional installation
- Manufacturer’s warranty
- The Schultz Roofing Guarantee
One of the things that sets us apart is that we don’t align ourselves with just one manufacturer. We are well versed in all the metal roof products on the market and will not recommend a product to you until we have identified your needs, your budget, and what is most important to you in a new roof.
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