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Black Metal Roofing

Black metal roofing panels are the latest architectural trend. Adding a black metal roof on your house provides contrast to the existing architecture and creates a bold and modern look.

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Is A Black Metal Roof Right For You?

As one of the most popular metal roofing colors, black is unforgettable because it adds elegance and style to everything it touches. When the dark color is used on a metal roofing system, it creates a striking contrast to the architectural features of your house. A black steel roof will make your house stand out in the neighborhood.


Black Metal Roofing Pros & Cons


  • Beautiful and stunning appearance
  • Makes a tall roof slope look less profound.
  • Roof color in a matte finish have less reflectivity and glare.
  • A modern design that provides a profound contrast to lighter colors. 


  • A black metal roof will make your house hotter. A steel roof will absorb more heat in the summer when not in a lighter color, but don't let that stop you. Using a cool paint finish will lessen the difference in energy cost and you will retain more heat in the cooler months.
Metal Roofing Colors

Black Colors


Black Ore Matte®

This textured matte finish adds depth to the color. It's a grayish black color that's a good alternative to Bonderized, Rezibond, and shiny galvanized.

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Black Zinc Matte®

Nearly identical to Black Ore Matte®, but it's available in wider panel widths, flats, and coils. This will reduce materials cost.

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Matte Black

Matte Black is a softer and less drastic roof panel color when compared to a high gloss black roof.

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Matte Midnight Black

Matte Midnight Black has even less reflectivity than Matte Black. It's a more muted and subtle shade of black.

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Dark Bronze

Dark Bronze metal roofs look similar to black, but have a softer tone. It's always one of the most popular PVDF colors.

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Matte Dark Bronze

A dark patina'd bronze color, but in a matte finish for less reflectivity. It's a dark finish that's more subtle than black.

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Medium Bronze

The standard glossy finish of this color. It's more reflective and has a brighter appearance.

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Blackened Steel Matte®

This color looks like a dull blackened steel. It has a nice balance of black and gray.

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Speckled Blackened Rust®

A lighter version of a blackened steel finish that's designed to look like iron oxidized with black rust spots.

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Streaked Blackened Rust®

The look of a blackened steel. The corrugations are different colors in the highs and lows for a more realistic appearance.

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Speckled Blackened Copper®

This is a stunning color that looks like a mix of a blackened steel or copper that has a more dominant orange patina.

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Blackened Copper®

This is a stunning color that looks like a mix of a blackened steel or copper that has a subtle orange patina.

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Vintage® roofing has a classic aged appearance. It looks like an old galvanized or Bonderized steel.

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Burnt Wood®

Burnt Wood® roofing has a charcoal-black wood finish with a classic aesthetic. It is designed to mimic real wood in a burnt finish.

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Pre-Painted Metal That Looks Like Dark Aged Steel

Blackened Steel Series

The look of an aged blackened steel with out the hassle of blackening the steel.

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Designer Paint Prints

Do You Want A Color That Pops?

Designer paint prints are new steel that's painted to look real patina'd metal. These colors look authentic and will make your roof the focal point of your house.

  • Rusted Colors
  • Copper Colors
  • Gray Zinc Colors
  • Blackened Steel Colors

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PVDF Paint Finish

Standard Metal Roofing Colors

This high-performance paint system, with its extraordinary capability to retain color and gloss, keeps painted corrugated metal looking vibrant and appealing. It's perfect for roofs that have bright and brilliant colors. PVDF is the chosen paint system that architects around the world specify on their buildings. 

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The Ultimate Guide

How To Choose A Metal Roofing Color

You’ve decided to put quality metal roofing on your house and now it is time to answer the toughest question that most buyers face: Which color should I choose for my new metal roof?

You want to pick the right metal roofing color to complement your house design. Once your roof is installed changing the roof panel color is not an option, so choosing a color that looks appealing is imperative.

With this guide, you will learn about the following factors:

  • Geographical Location
  • Neighborhood Trends
  • Architectural Style
  • Surrounding Features
  • Darker vs. Light Colors
  • Energy Savings
  • Natural Lighting
  • Much More

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Do You Have Questions about metal roofing? We have the answers.

The Metal Roofing Learning Center

It's a great resource for contractors, architects, and homeowners.

Easy to navigate learning center with videos and blogs that will answer your questions.

  • Installation Videos
  • Panel Comparisons
  • Cost
  • Much More

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Dark Aged Metal Colors



Choose Different Textures, Colors, Finishes, and Panel Types On Your Home Before You Decide.