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Metal Roofing FAQ

Metal roofing may not be the first option many property owners consider when reroofing or constructing a new building, but perhaps it should be. Metal roofing has unique characteristics compared to other roofing materials, and these differences are often associated with notable advantages in terms o...

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For any roofing system, proper ventilation is a necessity.  Unfortunately, many homeowners overlook this need.  The temperature in your attic can be scorching hot, especially during the summer.  This affects not only the attic, but the overall comfort of your home that can lead to inc...

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The roof in your home is a major line of defense against the power of mother nature.While a common choice is asphalt shingles, a metal roof is the premier product for strength, longevity and carefree maintenance.  Asphalt roofing--primarily made of oil-pregnated paper or fiberglass--begins to d...

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Metals have been used in roofing since the 16th and 17th centuries in places as diverse as Sri Lanka and Poland.  In metal's early use as a building material, copper and black sheet iron were among the most expensive building coverings, reserved for public buildings, religious buildings and pal...

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Contemporary home designs also feature standing seam metal roofing to provide cool, clean angularity.  The shape of a modern style home is one of the defining features, and rooflines of modern homes can be uncomplicated and either very steep or very low pitch.  Due to an emphasis on materi...

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Metal Slate Roofing

Slate, a type of metamorphic rock, has been quarried for centuries for use as a roofing material.  It's not clear when people first realized that natural slate, due to its parallel layers, could be quarried and then split and trimmed into flat, uniform shapes and then drilled and affixed to a r...

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Cool Metal Roofing

The term Cool Roofing refers to the ability to minimize heat gain through the roof surface.  It can be described by two terms; solar reflectance and thermal emittance.  The combination of those properties determines the surface temperature of a roof and its ability to act cool.  Metal...

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