Guest User
3/27/2001
Do all of the contractors who install metal roofs carry all of the styles you list?
Guest User
3/27/2001
They may not carry them all in stock, but they can definitely get you whatever style you're looking for. The best thing to do if you're in the market for a metal roof would be to visit the MRAs Available Styles page on this site. Then go to our Request a Contractor form when you're ready to get an estimate.
Guest User
4/7/2001
Are there styles/types of metal roofs which can be put on a southwestern style home which is traditionally a flat roof?
Guest User
4/10/2001
I am interested in finding a Canadian supplier for a sheet roofing product that will bend around a curved roof structure. The radius is 19feet, continuous arc. It is important that any product not be prebent, as the building is not perfect. Thank you
Guest User
4/15/2001
What Would the average cost be for a standing seam, tin, powder coated, galvonized aluminum?
Guest User
4/15/2001
what would the average estimate on a 2000 sqft. do it yourself stranding seam,tin,powder coated,galvanized aluminum.
Guest User
5/6/2001
I have a circular roof which is currently flat. I want to replace it with metal. Can vertical sections be installed in a circular fashion?
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
5/15/2001
I am not certain that I fully understand your exact situation. However, many vertically seamed metal roofs are available in tapered panels for circular roofs. Additionally, several horizontal "shingle-style" products can be adapted for circular roofs.
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
5/15/2001
I am not certain that I fully understand your exact situation. However, many vertically seamed metal roofs are available in tapered panels for circular roofs. Additionally, several horizontal "shingle-style" products can be adapted for circular roofs.
Guest User
5/29/2001
I would like to put a 12 x 18 roof over my patio. Is it possible to tie a steel roof into my existing roof? Could it be attached to my facia right under the gutter line? My biggest problem is that my patio is bordered by my home and a 4-season porch. That is, the porch extrudes from the back of the house. Depending on the pitch that I use I could run into problems with the new roof line covering part of my sliding glass door on the porch. I know this will look like hell when I'm done but I'm just searching for ideas at this point. What about a flat roof? What is the minimum slope I could have?
Guest User
5/29/2001
I would like to put a 12 x 18 roof over my patio. Is it possible to tie a steel roof into my existing roof? Could it be attached to my facia right under the gutter line? My biggest problem is that my patio is bordered by my home and a 4-season porch. That is, the porch extrudes from the back of the house. Depending on the pitch that I use I could run into problems with the new roof line covering part of my sliding glass door on the porch. I know this will look like hell when I'm done but I'm just searching for ideas at this point. What about a flat roof? What is the minimum slope I could have?
Guest User
10/23/2001
I am looking to find a manufacturer that produces a product that can be installed in a Vertical seam metal/concave mansard situation, and that also produces detail fittings to complete the project. Any insights you may have would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
10/26/2001
A list of MRA member manufacturers can be viewed at: http://www.metalroofing.com/members.cfm?action=about Most of the MRA members who manufacture Vertical Panels can provide their panels pre-curved to either concave or convex curves. If you contact the individual manufacturers, they can provide details. Additionally, most of the shingle, shake, and tile profiles produced by MRA members can work on convex and concave roofs as well. Good luck.
Guest User
6/21/2002
How do you detemine which style of metal roof to choose? What would look good on a l00 year old farm house? Standing seam?
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
6/21/2002
One of the neat things about metal roofing is the wide variety of styles. Certainly, standing seam would be an appropriate look for a 100-year-old farmhouse in most areas. You might also try to determine what roof was originally on the house. It could have also been wood shingles or slate. There are metal facsimiles of those products available as well. Also, 100 years ago, there were some Victorian-era "tin" shingles being produced. Some of those profiles are still available today too.
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
6/21/2002
One of the neat things about metal roofing is the wide variety of styles. Certainly, standing seam would be an appropriate look for a 100-year-old farmhouse in most areas. You might also try to determine what roof was originally on the house. It could have also been wood shingles or slate. There are metal facsimiles of those products available as well. Also, 100 years ago, there were some Victorian-era "tin" shingles being produced. Some of those profiles are still available today too.
Guest User
7/10/2002
I am putting new siding/windows on a manufactured home.The color will be pebblestone clay,with midnight green shutters and almond windows.The roof pitch is gable,of medium height.What style of metal roofing and what color would be the best? If i were going to use shingles with this color scheme which is very popular,I would use the color "weathered wood". I do not want to look ostentatious.I have one neighbor in this rural area who has a brick rancher,red shingled roof and white trim.My pole barn is battleship gray with a light gray roof.The barn doors and other doors will be painted almond...please help!
Guest User
7/10/2002
I am putting new siding/windows on a manufactured home.The color will be pebblestone clay,with midnight green shutters and almond windows.The roof pitch is gable,of medium height.What style of metal roofing and what color would be the best? If i were going to use shingles with this color scheme which is very popular,I would use the color "weathered wood". I do not want to look ostentatious.I have one neighbor in this rural area who has a brick rancher,red shingled roof and white trim.My pole barn is battleship gray with a light gray roof.The barn doors and other doors will be painted almond...please help!
Guest User
7/10/2002
I am putting new siding/windows on a manufactured home.The color will be pebblestone clay,with midnight green shutters and almond windows.The roof pitch is gable,of medium height.What style of metal roofing and what color would be the best? If i were going to use shingles with this color scheme which is very popular,I would use the color "weathered wood". I do not want to look ostentatious.I have one neighbor in this rural area who has a brick rancher,red shingled roof and white trim.My pole barn is battleship gray with a light gray roof.The barn doors and other doors will be painted almond...please help!
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
7/10/2002
One of the greatest benefits of metal roofing is its wide variety of designs and styles. As you have seen on this website, there are traditional vertical seam products as well as products which simulate wood shakes, shingles, slate, and various forms of tile. I would think that some of the shingle design products might look great on your house. There are products with paint finishes and also aggregate finishes which, in color, resemble the Weathered Wood you like. If you use the MRA website to find some products that you think you might like, you can inquire with the manufacturers as to who they have as dealers in your area. Most metal roofing dealers can bring product samples to your home, sometimes even enough to put some products on the roof for you to see. Thanks for considering metal. Good luck.
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