Metal roofing systems are quickly growing in popularity. Metal is extremely durable and holds up well against most inclement weather conditions, and the slippery surface causes rain, snow and ice to slide right off the roof. This eliminates any concerns about buildup during heavy storms. Metal roofs also have a wind rating up to 120mph, which means your roof will stay safe and protected all year round.
Metal is the only roofing material available on the market that remains 100% noncombustible throughout the entire lifespan of the roof. This is attractive to many homeowners because it provides an added layer of protection against fires.
There are two main types of metal roofs: corrugated metal panels and snap lock metal. The biggest difference between the two styles is the way they are fastened.
Corrugated metal panel roofs are attached directly to the deck of the roof via screws, which are visible from the top. In contrast, Snap lock metal roofs are secured via screws that attach to clips on the side of each panel. These screws are hidden from view.
There are multiple pros and cons to each type of metal roof. At your free estimate appointment the sales representative will help you decide which type is best for your home.
The metal roofing materials we install are available in 21 unique colors. Whether you’re looking for a light color to blend in with the exterior of your home or want a darker color that will stand out, we offer a shade that will complement your home and boost the curb appeal for years to come.
If you have more questions about metal roofs, or roofing in general, our blog is full of educational articles about everything from metal roof installation to what to expect during the free roofing estimate process. When you’re ready to take the next step with Cenvar Roofing, fill out our free estimate form and one of our team members will be in touch soon!
The crew arrives at the scheduled time and prepares your home for the roof installation
The existing shingles, underlayment, and nails are removed down to the bare wood of the roof deck
The roof deck is assessed and any damaged wood is removed and replaced
Drip edge is installed around the perimeter of the roof
Ice and water shield is installed at the eaves, valleys, walls and around any penetrations in the roof, such as a chimney, vent, or skylight
The rest of the roof surface is covered with underlayment
The crew does a full layout of the roof to ensure that the panels are uniform on both sides of the roof before they are installed
The metal panels are installed
Closure strips and flashing are installed as needed
The crew cleans up the jobsite and you are left to enjoy your new roof
If you have roofing needs in the greater Virginia area, contact us for a free quote. Trust your home to us!