Metal Roofing

Copper Roofing

Copper Roofing

101 S. Sante Fe Ave., Fountain, CO 80817, United States

Copper roofing has been used for centuries around the world.  Copper is an  extremely long-lasting metal. In ideal environments it can last well  over 200+ years.  Copper roofs are 100% recyclable making them wonderful  Green Roof options.  

Aluminum Roofing

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Like Copper, Aluminum’s downside often comes down to cost.  While it can  offer a better protection against corrosion, it is also more expensive  than comparable solutions that use aluminum as a coating. 

Zinc Roofing

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 Zinc  is an amazing metal, able to use its patina to heal its scratches over  time and stay strong for over 100 years. The natural properties of Zinc  make it a favorite for commercial projects due to Zincs ability to be  easily formed and manipulated into amazing shapes. While the chalking of  Zinc over time is not considered an appealing aspect of the metal, it  can be cleaned and controlled to an extent. Metal Roofing is a very smart choice. 

Steel Roofing

Steel Roofing

 Zinc  is an amazing metal, able to use its patina to heal its scratches over  time and stay strong for over 100 years. The natural properties of Zinc  make it a favorite for commercial projects due to Zincs ability to be  easily formed and manipulated into amazing shapes. While the chalking of  Zinc over time is not considered an appealing aspect of the metal, it  can be cleaned and controlled to an extent 

Tin Roofing

Tin Roofing

 Tin  is an incredibly rare, and unused metal for roofing. Tin itself is an  element, like Copper or Zinc.  Tin was introduced as a canning material,  which was then adapted by rural DIYers by flattening out the material  and using it as a shingle when other materials were not available.