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Metal Roofs That Look Like Shingles - But Better!


One of the benefits of metal roofing is the many styles, colors and textures in which it's available. That means that someone who wants the look of a shingle roof or a tile roof is in luck - they can enjoy the aesthetics associated with these materials without the performance, lifespan and engineering drawbacks.

coated steel shakes | Metal Roof NetworkWe offer shingles and shakes (which is code for a thicker shingle) in coated steel, aluminum and finished steel. For homeowners trying to replicate a cedar shingle, our coated steel is a great substitute - and it's not a fire hazard, either!

Other benefits of metal roofing? How about unbeatable durability and performance, fantastic lifespan, eco-friendliness, little to no maintenance and good looks, just to start.

Our coated steel roofing works well for those wanting the look of a concrete tile or steel. Because metal is so lightweight (the lightest of all roofing materials!), there's no need to consult a structural engineer when it's time to re-roof. You wouldn't want to skip that step if you decided to re-roof with heavy concrete roofing! coated steel shakes | Metal Roof Network

If you need a new roof, and you like a certain style of roofing, it's very likely that you'll find a metal roof that meets your aesthetic expectations - while bringing so many more benefits to the table.

Do yourself a favor and research your options a bit before diving into the re-roofing process. Metal roofing is a superior choice to just about any other product on the market today, and you owe it to yourself to see why. Download our free re-roofing booklet, browse our galleries, get a free estimate, and you'll see why!


Is your product ( metal shingles ) sold by the bundle at home depot , or anywhere ? If so what's the  
price ?
Posted @ Wednesday, May 01, 2013 8:21 PM by Dennis Darnell
Would like information and to get bid for roof. Live in Southern California.
Posted @ Thursday, September 19, 2013 11:50 AM by cathy
I would like to know what the wind rating is for the metal shingle roofs. I live in NC in Beaufort County where we have to deal with the hurricanes.
Posted @ Sunday, January 26, 2014 4:25 PM by Tammy
What is the likelihood of a metal roof (shingle look) withstanding hurricane winds (>74 MPH), compared to a standard asphalt shingle roof? Any specifications for maximum wind tolerance?
Posted @ Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:43 PM by Carl Konkel
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