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Upgrade your roof to a durable metal one with Force Roofing Systems in Dallas-Fort Worth. Our seasoned team excels in metal roof installation and repair, providing long-lasting, fireproof solutions. Choose from a variety of colors and styles, including aluminum, copper, corrugated metal, standing seam metal, and steel roofing options, to perfectly suit your residential or commercial building.
Types of Metal We Use
Aluminum is the most affordable option because it’s lightweight, which cuts down on labor costs. The small spangles achieve a more cohesive look than some of the other options. Its reflective quality can make it look very bright, however. If you are looking for an all-around durable metal material, aluminum is a great option.
Copper roofing is the most expensive type of metal roof material, but its strength makes it a strong contender. Your copper roof can last up to 200 years! The unique look has been a favorite throughout the last century and for good reason – its high thermal conductivity will keep your energy costs low.
Steel roofing is manufactured in giant rolls. Next, it’s coated with either zinc or a zinc-aluminum mixture to protect it from oxidation. It comes in a variety of thicknesses to suit your roof’s individual needs. The great thing about it is that it’s like a chameleon. You can make it look like many other roofing types.
Metal Roofing Systems We Install
Corrugated Metal Roofing
Corrugated metal is galvanized steel that is rolled into a pattern. The two most popular styles of corrugated metal are U-panel and R-panel. Corrugated metal is prefabricated (which saves on cost), lightweight, corrosion-resistant, durable, and easily transported. You can expect this type of metal roofing to last up to 60 years.
Standing-Seam Metal Roofing
Standing seam metal roofing is unique because it has concealed fasteners and interlocking panels to provide supreme waterproof protection. The architectural look creates interest for the eye. Standing-seam metal roofs are an easy way to amp up your home’s style. And, like all metal roofs, they are durable and budget friendly.
Exposed Fastener Roofing
Exposed fastener metal roofing is commonly used in residential, agricultural, and commercial applications. The roofing material is available in a wide range of colors and finishes, making it easy for homeowners and builders to find a style that matches their desired look.
Metal shingles have a longer lifespan than other shingle materials and are known for their ability to withstand harsh weather conditions, including extreme temperatures, strong winds, and heavy rainfall. By investing in metal shingles, you will be investing in the long-term wellbeing of your house, with added benefits of high curb appeal and energy savings.
The Advantages of Metal Roofing
Here are a few key advantages to a new metal roof:
- Durable: Metal roofs are capable of withstanding severe weather like hail and high winds without sustaining damage.
- Energy Efficient: Metal roofs can reduce cooling costs by as much as 20% because of their reflective properties.
- Eco-Friendly: Unlike asphalt shingle roofs and cedar roofs, metal roofs are often made from recycled materials and are recyclable at the end of their life making them an environmentally conscious roof choice.
Metal Roof FAQs
Are metal roofs popular in Dallas-Fort Worth?
We install many metal roofs here in Dallas-Fort Worth because of their resistance to high winds. This comes in handy with our often unpredictable weather and storms.
Are metal roofs noisy?
You’ve probably heard loud rain droplets or acorns dropping on metal roofs and thought to yourself “I could never live with that!” Don’t worry, on a residential project, we install many layers of insulation, drywall and other materials that completely muffle outside noises.
Are there any disadvantages to metal roofs?
Since metal roofs last such a long time, in the event that you do need to repair a small part of it, it might be hard to match the material. The color and shine will fade over time which can cause a mis-matched look.