Metal roofing is a much better overall investment than other roofing options - it is longer lasting, more durable, and more weather resistant (no warping, peeling, or cracking), it does not burn, and it is impervious to termites and pests. In testing, metal systems have withstood winds up to 200 mph and have historically survived hurricanes and wind storms when other materials have failed. In addition, metal roofing is energy efficient and recyclable.

The noise generated by a metal roof that is properly installed over a roof deck and insulation is no greater than that of a shingle system. It can also be quieter with a purlin system installed.

There are colors and profiles available that blend in with existing environments. The local building codes and neighborhood by-laws should be addressed when considering metal roofing. Contact an ALL METAL WORKS representative today for more information.

Properly installed metal roofing will withstand inclement weather (high winds, hail, snow, and rain) better than any other roofing material. Metal easily sheds snow and ice and does not absorb water which can lead to cracking and rotting in the freeze-thaw cycle in other materials.
With proper installation, the probabilities of a lightning strike to a metal roofed structure are no more or less than any other kind of structure, as these probabilities have to do with height and size of the structure and its surroundings, rather than its construction materials.

Steel roofing weighs 1 to 3 lbs per sq.ft., half as much as shingles (shingles average 2 to 5 lbs per sq.ft.) and 1/10 as much as clay (clay can weigh as much as 10 lbs per sq.ft.).

Metal roofing is custom cut to the inch based on individual measurements and panels can be provided up to 50' in length. Color matching trim and fasteners are available. Contact your nearest ALL METAL WORKS representative.

Metal roofing should be installed with fasteners recommended by your ALL METAL WORKS representative. A basic knowledge of sheet metal work is required for trimming panels, cutting valleys, hips, and penetrations, fitting of trim, and proper application of fasteners.

Although the initial cost of metal roof systems may be higher than shingles, the cost/benefit ratio over the life of the roof is far superior . All of our materials carry a 40 year, 100% material warranty. A new metal roof adds to the resale value of the home, saves money on energy bills, and will likely never need to be done again in the lifetime of the owner. Usually shakes, clay, and concrete slate will be more than shingles and vary according to region.

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A properly installed metal roofing system is virtually maintenance free over the life of the roof.

Metal roofing can be installed over the existing roofing material, bringing significant savings in time and labor, in addition to eliminating the problem of disposal.

Metal roofing is a much better overall investment - it is longer lasting, more durable, and more weather resistant (no warping, cracking, or peeling), it does not burn, and it is impervious to termites and pests. In testing, metal roofing systems have withstood winds up to 200 mph and have historically survived hurricanes and wind storms when other materials have failed.

Properly installed metal roofing systems will withstand inclement weather better than any other roofing material. With proper installation, metal roofing is just as lightning resistant as other roofing materials.

Metal roofing systems carry fire ratings that can reduce the homeowner's overall insurance rate due to the fire resistance of metal.

A quality metal roof that is properly installed could easily last the lifetime of the owner. All of our roofing materials carry a 40 year, 100% material warranty.

Metal roofing is beautiful as well as durable, and is available in many different styles, configurations, and colors to fit diverse architectural requirements and tastes.

Steel roofing weighs 1 to 3 lbs per sq.ft., half as much as shingles (shingles average 2 to 5 lbs per sq.ft.) and 1/10 as much as clay (clay can weigh as much as 10 lbs per sq.ft.). This translates to lower transportation costs as well as lower construction costs.

A metal roof typically requires less labor to install than shingle, shake, or tile, and is recyclable. It is longer lasting, energy efficient, and installs over shingles which results in less waste material ending up in landfills. We currently have 23 Energy Star rated colors to choose from which translate to lower cooling costs and less use of fossil fuels.

Metal roofing reflects and absorbs heat more efficiently than competing materials, translating to lower cooling costs. It also sheds snow and water for extended life.

Although the initial cost of metal roof systems may be higher than shingles, the cost/benefits ratio over the life of the roof is superior to that of a shingle system and far superior to shake, slate, or tiles.