• Average life of a metal roof is about 2-3 times longer than any other material.
  • Usually backed by a 30-50 year manufacturer warranty.
  • Highly durable with a 120 mph wind rating
  • Non-combustible and non flammable, lowering the risk fire damage.
  • Very versatile, it can be made to look like any other material in style, color, or finish
  • Although metal roofing installation can be relatively expensive, its insulation and durability turn it into a long term economic benefit. It can increase your resale value significantly.
  • Metal roofs exhibit high reflectability of the sun’s rays, and provide insulation that is 25% cheaper than other flat roofs
  • Metals roofs can have standing or flat seams.

Lead-Coated Copper Roofs

  • Lead-Coated copper is formed when a sheet or strip of copper dipped in a bath of molten lead
  • The corrosion-resistant lead develops silver-gray insoluble patina.
  • It is a strong, durable and easy to install
  • Lead-coated copper does not extend the life of copper
  • It provides an alternative color to architectural copper applications


  • Aluminum is most commonly used in aerospace practices because it is lightweight, sturdy, and long lasting. These characteristics are very desirable in the roofing industry.
  • Initial Installation is simpler and quicker than other roofing materials because the roof panels are lightweight and they do not require additional structural reinforcement.
  • Aluminum roof panels are environmentally friendly, as they have a high content of recycled materials and as such are completely recyclable.
  • An aluminum roof will not split, dry, rot, crack, invite insects, or host mildew and moss.
  • Minimum maintenance required.
  • Aluminum roofing can have a wide variety on intricately detailed designs because it is very malleable.
  • Its strength and beauty creates a functional and attractive roof for your home.


  • A very popular roofing form in Europe, Zinc roofing’s popularity in the US has been cyclic over many decades.
  • Zinc roofing strips are versatile in use, appearance, and application.
  • Zinc roofing strips are able to resist corrosion by naturally developing its own protective patina. As a result these roofs are very durable, lasting about 100 years in a rural environment, (4 times that as long as a steel roof) making it an optimum investment.
  • This patina also allows zinc roofs to self-repair imperfections and scratches, eliminating the need for a coating or varnish, and regular maintenance.
  • Zinc roofing strips are highly malleable and can adopt any shape, including low radius curves and complex shapes.
  • Zinc is also a natural material and is 100% recyclable.
  • Zinc roofing initially installation is quite expensive as a result of certain requirements, which include a thorough roof inspections for geometrical continuity, project structural conformity, and physic-chemical compatibility.