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metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
May 24th, 2023

Installing a metal roof on your home is a major investment. We understand that the process of buying a new roof can seem overwhelming, especially if you’ve never done it before. While Western States Metal Roofing does not install metal roofs, we understand the process as we work closely with metal roofing contractors everyday to supply the materials needed for their residential and commercial projects.

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metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
May 3rd, 2023

You need a new roof and have decided to go with metal- congratulations! Now, you’re probably wondering how to get the process started.

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metal roofing suppliers | metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
February 8th, 2023

There is no state where metal roofing is more popular than Texas. Western States Metal Roofing has proudly served the Dallas region for years by delivering quality metal roofing and siding products to the area. Now that we have opened a manufacturing location in Nevada, TX, we are able to even better serve our Texas customers. However, we know that buying a new roof is a big investment and you have other options to consider for your roofing system when it comes to metal roofing manufacturers and suppliers.

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metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
February 8th, 2023

Metal roofing has been gaining popularity in recent years as a durable, long-lasting, and low-maintenance roofing option for a variety of structures, including gazebos and sheds.

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metal roofing | aluminum roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
January 31st, 2023

Metal roofs are rising in popularity for their appearance, energy efficiency, and long lifespan. Once you narrow it down to metal for the material, there are still more options to choose from.

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metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
July 27th, 2022

Looking for the right new roof for your home or commercial project? When you’re deciding on a roofing material, one of the big concerns is how long the roof will last.

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metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
April 13th, 2022

When roofing contractors take on a large project, there are a lot of moving parts involved that can make or break the project’s success. The metal roofing supplier that you work with is one of those key parts which is why choosing the right metal supplier is so important. Especially in these recent times of building material shortages, price increases, and general uncertainty, having a metal vendor that you can rely on is critical to the ultimate success of your project.

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Color Options | metal roofing

By: Lauren Risotto
January 26th, 2022

Red is the color that is most known for being vibrant, bold, and showy. It’s a very popular color for cars, lipsticks, and clothing. But what about a metal roof? Historically neutral tones are often chosen for roofing because they can blend with any color or siding type. However, neutral colors can sometimes look dull and boring. More homeowners are opting to make their roofs stand out by choosing a bold color for their roof system, and there is no roof color more bold and vibrant than red.

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Roofing | metal roofing | Accessories

By: Lauren Risotto
January 24th, 2022

Consumers have a larger focus on environmental sustainability more than ever before. It's being forecasted that solar installations will increase by 40% between 2023 and 2027 because of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). Between energy savings and a federal solar tax credit, there are extra incentives for homeowners to go solar if they haven’t already. Before you can do that, you have to think of the logistics of how the solar panels will affect your roof