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Why pay for an expensive zinc roof ? Metal that has been pre-painted to look like old gray zinc roofing is a growing favorite among architects and builders. Huge cost savings when compared to real zinc. Available in metal roofing, siding, flat sheets, and coil.
Why pay for expensive zinc roofing and then wait years for it to turn a dull matte gray? Here’s a better option, pre-painted metal that looks like an old weathered zinc. A real zinc roof is one of the longest lasting types of metal roofing, but it's normally overkill unless you live along the coast. Most clients want zinc roofing panels because they look gorgeous after they have become aged and have developed a gray patina. What if you could have this same look, but at a fraction of the price?
Zinc colored metal roofing panels are designed to mimic the look of an old zinc metal roof. These faux zinc colors come in a variety of gray finishes that look authentic, but at about 1/3 the price of real zinc.
Vintage® roofing has a classic aged appearance. It looks like an old galvanized or Bonderized steel.
Patina looks similar to Vintage, but at a lower price point. It has a flat dull gray appearance.
This unique gun metal finish blends a matte black and a matte gray finish together.
Beautiful gray finish that looks like a Quartz Zinc, but in a matte finish for less reflectivity.
An aged metallic finish that's designed to look like an old galvanized roof with white rust streaks.
Zinc Patina is designed to look like an aged zinc. It has multiple colors to give the finish depth and texture.
A solid metallic color that's designed to have a shiny and reflective appearance.
This is our most affordable color. It's a solid gray that has a matte finish for less reflectivity.
This color looks like a dull blackened steel. It has a nice balance of black and gray.
A lighter version of a blackened steel finish that's designed to look like iron oxidized with black rust spots.
The highs and lows of the corrugations are different colors which adds depth.
Bonderized is also referred to as Paint Grip. It's NOT a paint finish and there's no warranty.
Dark colors are becoming increasingly popular for metal roofs and walls. They give your building a bold and striking appearance.
The look of an authentic rusted roof, but without the problems.
Why pay for an expensive copper roof? Metal roofing and siding that has been pre-painted to look like patina'd copper is a growing favorite among architects and builders. Huge cost savings when compared to real copper.
You’ve decided to put 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 metal roof?
You want to pick the right metal roofing color to complement your house design. Once your roof is installed changing the color is not an option, so choosing a color that looks appealing is imperative.
With this guide, you will learn about the following factors:
It's a great resource for contractors, architects, and homeowners.
Easy to navigate learning center with videos and blogs that will answer your questions.
Considering a Zinc roof? We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Zinc roofing, plus a more affordable panel that will give you a Zinc look for less.
The look of a gray zinc roof, but without the price tag. Short video that shows pictures and the benefits of our Vintage® metal roofing color
Short video that shows pictures and the benefits of our Black Ore Matte® metal roofing color
Choose Different Textures, Colors, Finishes, and Panel Types On Your Home Before You Decide.