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Metal Roofing
 
 
 
 

Metal roofs are coming back into vogue. In the late 1700s, zinc, copper, and lead were the most popular materials used for roofing - such famous historic buildings as the Washington Monument and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello have metal roofs.
 




Standing-seam steel, Infiniti Textured Shakes, ArrowLine Shake & Slate and Generations HD roofing is becoming very popular for residential & commercial metal roofing today. (The term standing-seam describes the upturned edge of one metal panel that connects it to adjacent sections, creating distinctive vertical lines and a trendy historical look.) But metal roofs can also be made to resemble wood shakes, clay tiles, shingles, and Victorian metal tiles. Aluminum or coated steel is formed into individual shingles or tiles, or into modular panels four feet long that mimic a row of shingles or tiles. 
 
Metal roofs are durable, fire retardant and almost maintenance-free. They are also energy efficient; metal reflects heat and blocks its transfer into the attic. Research by the Florida Solar Energy Center in 1985 showed that metal absorbed 34 percent less heat than asphalt shingles, and homeowners switching to metal roofing reported saving up to 20 percent on their energy bills. 
 
Steel roofs offer other environmental benefits as well. They are made from between 60 percent to 65 percent recyclable material. Because they weigh very little, metal roofing can be installed over existing roofs, eliminating the need to dispose of excess material in a landfill. 
 

Installing some metal roofing can be an intricate process best done by a professional, and the initial cost of a premium metal roof is higher than most other roofing materials. You need to compute the life cycle cost to see if paying more to begin with for a metal roof will prove to be a better investment than some other form of roofing. 
 





Perzhu Construction installs Metal Roofs on:
 
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
  • Existing Homes
  • New Home Construction
  • Restoration
  • Associations / Town Homes / Apartments
  • Churches & More
 
Some Advantage for Metal Roofing Installation:
 
  • Long Lifetime
  • Lighter Than Shingles & Tiles
  • Flat Roof Specialist
  • Less Construction Time
  • Minimal Roof Pitch
  • Mutiple Colors
  • Nice & Classy