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Standing Seam Grey

Standing Seam Grey

The Standing Seam Grey metal roofing system lays flat for the overhang of the porch. This type of metal roofing is laid over a waterproof layer. Standing Seam Grey roofing is polished and looks beautiful on residential and commercial buildings.

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standing seam copper

Standing Seam Copper

This residential Standing Seam Copper metal roof stands out against the neutral tones of stone. Standing Seam Copper allows water to resist down the channels.

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Standing Seam Brown Close Up

Standing Seam Brown Close Up

This residential Standing Seam Brown Close Up metal roofing is dark in color and shows the customer what an up close view looks like. This type of metal roofing is maintenance free including no rust or cracks.

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Standing Seam Brown 2

Standing Seam Brown 2

This residential displays Standing Seam Brown 2 against the brick and stucco exterior. Standing Seam Brown 2 is available in multiple colors, and sheds ice and snow through heat reflected from the sun.

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Standing Seam Brown 3

Standing Seam Brown 3

This residential displays Standing Seam Brown 3 metal roofing against a brick exterior. Standing Seam Brown 3 is available in multiple colors and will not burn and protects against flying embers from wildfires or chimneys.

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Standing Seam Copper Install

Standing Seam Copper Install

Standing Seam Copper Install is very simple and has positive “snap lock” connection between panels. The metal roofing system is made from 95% post-consumer recycled aluminum.

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Caution: Ice Dams

An ice dam is a ridge of ice that can build up and form at the edge of your roof. When snow builds up on your roof, the snow underneath will start to melt from the heat your house is creating. This meltwater will then run down to the eaves, and because eaves tend to be the coldest point on the roof, it freezes. Once this happens, meltwater will continue to run down the roof, and the ice will continue to grow due to the initial ice that froze in the eave of the roof. As the meltwater continues to drip with nowhere to go, a water backup will occur.

Standing water and your roof are never a happy mix. If you see this happening contact us right away for a free inspection.

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