Charcoal Metal Roof

Charcoal Metal Roof

Hi Patrick, No three layers of shingles is a no go. They need to be removed, plus the deck needs to be inspected before a metal roof is put on. Darker colors will help the snow melt for sure. How low pitch is the valley? What type of a metal roof is this? Standing seam, metal shingles, ribbed with exposed fasteners? Make sure the slope of the valley is in line with what the roofing system is designed for. I would say a minimum slope of 3 to 12 for standing seam. Metal Shingles would be 3 to 12 or 4 to 12 pitch depending on the systems. Once the tear off of the old rood is completed, have the deck inspected, you will probably have rotten or damaged wood from roof leaks in the valley. Make sure that a breathable synthetic underlayment is installed underneath the metal roof. — It’s a roof underneath the roof, plus it allows your roof deck to breathe.
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Charcoal Metal Roof

Hi Kathy, You should go with a lighter color metal roof, such as lighter shades of green, silver, or off-white if you want to attain maximum energy efficiency and keep your home as cool as possible during Summer. However, you can also go with other colors such as red or even black as long as it’s a cool roof-rated color. All things being equal, lighter colors are more energy efficient. If you want rust-free longevity, then go with aluminum rather than steel. If you must go with steel, make sure its galvalume or at the very least galvanized steel in case of steel shingles. All things being equal, standing seam metal roof will cost more than metal shingles, although performance-wise they offer pretty much the same benefits and longevity. The overall quality of installation is the key to a long-lasting metal roof. Things to keep in mind, PV solar integration is easier with standing seam. Best of Luck!
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Charcoal Metal Roof

Time to start shopping for a new roof. The previous owner of our house put a 3rd layer of shingles on the roof. Can a metal roof go over the 3 layers? We are in Syracuse, NY (lots of snow in the winter, 80-90 degree summers). My main goal is not having to shovel the roof in the winter. Do you recommend a dark color so the snow melts and slides off or a light color to keep the summer heat out? Trying to decide between a tan to keep the heat out or a dark green for the snow (also matches the front door and shutters, but they can be repainted). Does a metal roof provide enough protection from leaking in a low pitch valley (current problem spot)?
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Charcoal Metal Roof

The color of your roof plays a major role in helping make your home more energy-efficient, so taking this into consideration will help you save money on your monthly electric bill. Lighter color roofs reflect sun’s heat much better than darker colors. In fact, a white metal roof is Energy Star rated as a cool roof, and can be 50 to 60 degrees cooler than a dark color asphalt shingles roof. It is best to choose a light color metal such as white, light bronze, beige, peach, light green or blue, if you live in a region that has a lot of sun and a hotter climate. A light color of the roof will protect your home from unpleasant heat, as well as help to lower your monthly energy expenses by as much as 20-30%. On the other hand, if your home is located in a cooler climate and remains rather cold even in the summer, it is better to choose a darker color, as it will absorb heat from the sun, helping keep your house warm.
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Charcoal Metal Roof

I am thinking to install metal roof this summer. We live in Seattle, Washington, raining and cold in the winter. with 3 month summer (2 weeks with temperature above 90 degree). What would be a good color for a metal roof and also what grade of metal roof is the best and can last more than 20 years without rust or dent?
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Charcoal Metal Roof

Hi there, I am thinking to install metal roof this summer. We live in Seattle, Washington, raining and cold in the winter. with 3 month summer (2 weeks with temperature above 90 degree). What would be a good color for a metal roof and also what grade of metal roof is the best and can last more than 20 years without rust or dent? Thank you!
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Charcoal Metal Roof

When choosing a COLOR – be aware that the reflected light will be the color of your roof and color whatever it reflects onto. Some years ago we had a porch roof on the north side of our house we roofed with a nice GREEN metal roof. What a surprise (mistake!). After it was installed, the ambient reflected light tinged the 2nd floor rooms above the roof in a pale green color. Very noticeable, very objectionable. We had to paint it a neutral cream/tan/grey. So, be careful on lower level roofs.
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Charcoal Metal Roof

The Roof Visualizer requires a larger device. Select Color How To Use:Begin by selecting a photo from the left. Then, add a metal roof by selecting a color from above. You can remove the metal roof by choosing the red X, and can hide / un-hide the photo and color selectors using the arrows.Due to variances among color monitors the colors that appear on your screen may not be exact.
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The color of metal that you choose for your roof needs to match the overall style of your home. Choose a color based on all the elements of your home’s exterior design, such as the color of the siding, doors, windows, landscape, etc. Remember that a metal roof will keep its original color for years, so you should choose a color that you will be pleased with for many years down the line. As a general rule of thumb, it is best to go for a roof color that complements your home’s existing colors, creating a unified and balanced look. Take a look at different color samples during different times of the day to make sure that you like a particular color both during bright light hours, as well as when the sun is going down and colors look more subdued.
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All things being equal, standing seam metal roof will cost more than metal shingles, although performance-wise they offer pretty much the same benefits and longevity. The overall quality of installation is the key to a long-lasting metal roof.
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Hi Laura, Well, i think it does a little, but I’m not sure 100%. I have a metal roof and inside the house the phone reception is not as good as outside. But, I have t-mobile which had bad service around my house for the longest time (just now added LTE) and very weak signal. So it is probably t-mobile’s bad reception. When I had AT&T (before metal roof was put on) reception was always weak inside, and good outside as well.
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Built for beauty, durability and value, the Metal Sales Classic Rib is a hard-working roof panel that performs in all seasons. Ideal for a variety of structures including pole barns, equipment storage, stables, garages, sheds and houses, this lightweight metal panel is easy to install to protect your investment beautifully and affordably. Classic Rib has a low profile rib height of 3/4 in. and is designed for attachment to the roof substrate with fasteners that penetrate the face of the panel. Fastener heads are exposed to view and feature a gasket that prevents leaking. Classic Rib comes standard with MS Colorfast45, a superior four-layer coating system that has undergone rigorous real-world weathering tests to prove its long-term ability to stand up to the elements. All 7 color options are listed with ENERGY STAR and improve energy efficiency by reflecting sunlight before it can be absorbed as heat. This reduces the amount of energy needed for cooling your building. Classic Rib also provides you with decades of worry-free service with low maintenance requirements.
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Product Overview Built for beauty, durability and value, the Metal Sales Classic Rib is a hard-working roof panel that performs in all seasons. Ideal for a variety of structures including pole barns, equipment storage, stables, garages, sheds and houses, this lightweight metal panel is easy to install to protect your investment beautifully and affordably. Classic Rib has a low profile rib height of 3/4 in. and is designed for attachment to the roof substrate with fasteners that penetrate the face of the panel. Fastener heads are exposed to view and feature a gasket that prevents leaking. Classic Rib comes standard with MS Colorfast45, a superior four-layer coating system that has undergone rigorous real-world weathering tests to prove its long-term ability to stand up to the elements. All 7 color options are listed with ENERGY STAR and improve energy efficiency by reflecting sunlight before it can be absorbed as heat. This reduces the amount of energy needed for cooling your building. Classic Rib also provides you with decades of worry-free service with low maintenance requirements. 29 -Gauge thickness, 36 in. panel coverage and 3/4 in. rib height; features bell top trapezoidal rib on 9 in. centers Designed to be installed on roofs with a 3:12 or greater slope over open framing or solid substrate MS Colorfast45 coating system guards against corrosion, fading, chalking and chipping Carries a 45-year finish warranty for durability and aesthetics Withstands severe weather conditions including high winds and fire – advantages that may lower insurance premiums Environmentally responsible choice containing a minimum 30% recycled content and is 100% recyclable Virtually maintenance-free and resistant to mildew, rot and pests; occasional cleaning will maintain its appearance Product available to ship to local Home Depot stores; not available for residential or job site delivery For help with your project please refer to our pre-installation and installation videos located next to product images above Info & Guides Installation Guide Instructions / Assembly Product Brochure Specification Use and Care Manual Warranty You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.