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Popular Trends In Your Area
Quality residential metal roofs are available in a wide variety of styles, types, and colors. This includes metal slate, vertical panel, standing seam, and natural metals in varying metal materials such as steel, aluminum and copper. However, in the New England region the most popular styles are metal shake, metal shingle, and metal tile. With the most popular colors typically being red, brown, gray, blue and green. Darker roofing colors will lessen heating bills since it absorbs heat in the home.
Metal Roofing Coatings & Colors
Choosing a color for your home’s roof can have a huge impact on your home’s overall aesthetic. With metal roofing, the color choices are virtually limitless meaning you can select from a wide variety of options or work with your installer on a custom-designed look. Download this guide to learn some considerations when selecting your roof color.
Reliability During Severe Winter Weather Conditions + Heavy Rains
Unlike other roofing styles, a properly constructed metal roof can handle almost everything Mother Nature can bring. Metal roofing can protect your home during severe winter storms all with minimal maintenance.
High Performance Quality Roofing
Living in New England means coping with heavy snow and ice. Opting for a robust metal roof designed to handle these loads is key. Many metal roofing styles promote snow shedding and reduce ice damming thanks to their smooth surfaces. Additionally, you can easily add snow guards to any type of metal roof.
Hail: Each year, hail causes about 1.6 billion dollars worth of damage to residential roofs in the United States. For more information on how metal roofing can stand up to damaging hailstorms, download the brochure below.
Resilient Roofing Considerations
The right mix of materials and design can mean the difference between survival and total loss. Download our PDF to learn more on what makes a home resilient.
Hurricane: Metal roofs are tested to withstand winds over 140 mph, like an F2 tornado, and resist debris impact. Click the link below to learn more about hurricane preparedness.
Metal Roof Visualizer
Visualize your new metal roof with this easy-to-use, online application. Upload a photo of your home or browse the samples.
Inspirational Metal Roofs
Find inspiration for your own home in other homes with metal roofs.
Metal Roofing Buyer's Guide
Download the Residential Metal Roofing Buyer's Guide.