Are you ready for or needing a new roof for your home? While replacing a roof is not something homeowners generally look forward to, picking out a new roof is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
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When you’re looking into metal roofing, you’ll quickly come across two types in particular: Galvalume® and galvanized. We are often asked by customers about what metal to use since we’ve spent the past two decades manufacturing roofing and siding panels made from these different types of metal.
Picking out home siding is a big decision with a lot of choices. If you have your choices narrowed down to aluminum, steel, and vinyl siding, this article is going to help make your decision a little easier.
When you’re in the market for a new roof, there are many different materials to choose from. However, there are two types that you will probably run into most often during your roofing research: asphalt shingles and metal roofing. While asphalt shingles are the most commonly used roofing material, metal roofing has become an attractive option as architects and homeowners are becoming more aware of its benefits.
The two most popular metal panels on the market are corrugated and standing seam. A corrugated metal roof consists of a formed metal sheet with alternating curved and wavy ribs. The edges of each panel overlap and then are fastened down together. It’s an exposed fastener panel which means the fasteners penetrate the panel.