California Metal roof myths are wrong. Metal roofs have come a long way from something that was mostly used on farms to modern luxury homes. Technology has made metal roofing in California look more attractive than ever.
When it comes to your roof, you probably don’t have much interaction with it. You may look at it from time to time and thank it for keeping you and your family safe from the elements, but that is pretty much it.
Steel Roofs Needs Attention TooAlthough it is an excellent roofing material, stone coated steel roofing by Metro (now Boral Roofing), does not always get the attention it deserves. There are two possible explanations for this.
Western Roofing Systems worked on a new metal roof installation located in the city of Newport Beach, California. The two-story home was built in the 1950s.
We had the pleasure of helping a retired couple in Costa Mesa, CA install a new metal roof.
Making the decision to install an entirely new roof on your home can be stressful. And you may not even know where to start when making that big of a decision.
Another homeowner sees the benefit of a metal roof installation and decides to trust the material to protect their home.
Regardless of how many items you check off your “to do” list, it may feel like there is always something you need to add. At work or at home, the little things seem to stack up and consume a lot of your time.
Metal Roofs and Solar Systems The potential for solar roofs in Orange County has become increasingly apparent over the past few years. In 2016, California was declared the highest solar power generating state.
Lab tests rate a number of roofing products as Class A fire resistive, the best rating. But actual wildfires in real life situations show which roofs truly protect a home when a blaze hits.
Not wanting to have to worry about replacing their roof in the future, the Johansen family in California decided to replace their 20 year old asphalt shingle roof with a more permanent product, the Metro Steel Cottage Shingle.