Metal Roofing

Choose the flexibility and durability of metal roofing for your home or business.

The idea that metal roofs are dull or cold doesn’t have to be true.  Manufacturers produce metal panels in a wide range of colors and even mimic the look of slate and shingle if you prefer.

Why Choose Metal Roofing?

Metal roofs are experiencing a surge in interest and are no longer seen only on-top of barns and commercial facilities.  At Guaranteed Roofing we often get calls from residential customers interested in the durability and versatility of metal roofing.

Lightweight materials

Metal is lighter than other types of roof and does not require the same support as tile and slate for instance.

Good in all kinds of weather

In Connecticut we aren’t strangers to adverse weather such as storms and heavy snowfall.  Metal roofs hold up substantially well in both the summer and winter.  Rain and snow slide of easily (helped in part by the smooth surface and transfer of heat when the sun comes out).  

When some people think about a metal roof they think about the noise they can generate in rain and hail.  Clatter and denting from heavy rain/hail is no longer true for today’s metal roof owners.  With properly installed materials beneath the metal, the relentless noise of a nightfall of rain is not a concern.  Specifically produced metal sheets will also withstand hail the same as slate or shingle.

Another benefit of metal roofs is their resistance to heat. they help in maintaining a cool home in the summer. 

Metal Roofing is Long-lasting

Although metal roofs have a higher upfront cost compared with asphalt shingle for instance, they pay off in the long run, lasting up to 50-60 years and requiring next to no maintenance.  With zinc or tin a metal roof can even last for 100 years.

 
Metal roof

Recommended Roofing Contractors

Guaranteed Roofing is proud to be one of the top rated metal roofing companies in Windham County. 

We regularly update our practices and train our contractors (some specifically certified in metal roofs) to offer customers the best quality service and products.

Arrange an appointment to discuss your custom home project

Times for installation vary significantly depending on the size and complexity of the job, for a more accurate time-frame schedule a no-obligation appointment.

They are constructed out of pre-made panels or panels that are cut to size at the site.

This depends on the color and finish of the metal but in general in Connecticut they absorb no more heat than asphalt or slate.

It is true that like most metals, a metal roof can rust, however if your roof has the appropriate coating then it can be effectively protected against rust formation.

 

We service all of Windham County and New London County CT including: Plainfield, Woodstock, Willimantic, Sterling, Putnam, Waterford, Old Lyme, Colchester, Stonington, Norwich, Mystic

            Serving Windham, Tolland, Middlesex and New London counties in CT

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