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There's much to know about the different Metal roofing systems available. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about the systems that we install. If you want to know more click the button below .
26 GA R Panel systems are a good value choice for most roofs. R panel systems use exposed fastners and have 40 year paint warranties. Installation of R panel metal roofs are faster faster to install. Fastener include the standard Woodgrip and our favorite WoodZAC screws.
Standing Seam panel systems come in many different gauges and styles. This system uses a non exposed fastner system and is more complicated to install. The benefits to this system are heavier gauges available, no exposed fasteners to rust or corrode, hemmed edges for better uplift resistance and higher quality paint finishes.
Metal Shingles are available in many different stlyes and coatings. The benefit of having an aesthetically pleasing roof with the benefits of non exposed fasteners are making this system very popular. Installation requires more skilled technicians and is a more time consuming install.
Copper roofs are a highly prized addition to any home. Copper roofs are beautiful and the patinas that develop add character to the roof. Algae will not grow on copper and our skilled installers can form copper to form around odd roof styles. Copper is an excellent choice for awnings and flat roofs.
Stone-coated metal roofing provides the durability of industrial metal roofing with the aesthetic appeal of traditional roofing materials. If you’re looking for a roof that can withstand nearly anything Mother Nature has to offer without sacrificing on style, then you’re looking for a stone-coated metal roof.
Lead lasts an average of more than three times longer than other roofing and flashing products. Lead is resistant to corrosion from the atmosphere, salt water, most natural chemicals, and and UV degradation.
Lead is recyclable and can be re-used.
Lead should not be used where squirells or other rodents are present.
An exposed fastener metal roofing system is the most common type of metal roofing system used in the United States. In this system, the metal panels are attached to the roof deck using screws or nails that are visible on the outside of the roof. The exposed fastener system is relatively inexpensive and easy to install, making it a popular choice for residential and commercial roofing projects.
Benefits of Exposed Fastener Metal Roofing System:
Non-exposed Fastener Metal Roofing System
A non-exposed fastener metal roofing system is a newer type of metal roofing system that is becoming increasingly popular. In this system, the metal panels are attached to the roof deck using hidden clips or fasteners, which are not visible on the outside of the roof. The non-exposed fastener system offers a sleeker, more modern appearance compared to the exposed fastener system.
Benefits of Non-exposed Fastener Metal Roofing System:
Which System Is Right for Your property?
When it comes to choosing between an exposed fastener and non-exposed fastener metal roofing system, it ultimately comes down to personal preference and budget. If cost is a significant factor, then an exposed fastener system may be the best option. However, if you are looking for a sleek, modern appearance, increased durability, and long-term cost savings, then a non-exposed fastener system may be the better choice.
JD Titan Roofing of Mobile provides many types of Metal Roofs. Give us a call to see which one is right for you.
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