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A Brief About Steel Roofing

A metal roof is usually a roofing structure made of tiles or metal pieces characterized by its extreme durability, impermeability, and resistance to fire. It’s part of the construction envelope. Steel, zinc and copper alloys are most commonly utilized.

Steel roofs are available in different styles, colors and textures. These qualities make them suitable for various buildings and areas. Metal roofs are resistant to hail damage. They are resistant to cracking, so they are good for use on houses. They can be placed on top of already constructed homes, or they can be constructed to fit on top of preexisting roofs that were damaged by hail or too much moisture.

Color options are limited because steel roofing systems are typically coated with an asphalt shingle and then painted with another color. You can choose from white, gray, brown, blue, black and even green, just to name a few. Tiles come in various textures. Some of these include textured ceramic and slate. When you need to add on a new roof, all you have to do is remove the old shingle and replace it with a new one made of the same material as the new roof.