Metal Slate Roof

Metal Slate Roof

Request a FREE Estimate Below! OR CALL 1-877-777-1929 Select One RESIDENTIAL – Roofing – Siding, Soffit & Trim – Gutters and Downspouts – Windows & Doors – Skylights – Decks COMMERCIAL – Commercial & Industrial Roofing – Siding – Windows & Doors – Skylights – Gutters – Solar Panels – Maintenance Home > Commercial > Metal, Slate & Clay Roofing Metal, Slate & Clay Roofing Metal Roofing Metal roofs are also extremely versatile because they can be used on steep slope, low slope, and flat roofs; they come in a wide range of materials and finishes; they provide a designer look.  Metal roofing comes in traditional vertical seam or can resemble wood shake, slate, shingles, or clay tiles.  They also deliver superior snow, water and airborne debris shedding.  Today, many of the metal roofing materials utilize a reflective pigment technology which increased energy efficiency and decreases cost. If you want a roof that is attractive, durable, non-combustible, lightweight, and has a low life-cycle cost, then a metal roof is the perfect choice! Slate Roofing Slate is one of the most beautiful and durable roofing materials known to man. For centuries, it’s been the roofing material of choice for the world’s greatest buildings. In fact, some slate roofs have lasted for literally hundreds of years, enduring all of the ravages that Mother Nature could throw at them. And, oh yes, slate roofs are heavy—and expensive—putting them out of the reach of most property owners.  Because of this, slate isn’t used very often in new construction.  But there are plenty of old buildings in the northeast that have slate roofs.  M. Rosenblatt Roofing has been dealing with slate roofs since 1929 and is more than qualified to handle any necessary slate repairs! If you still want the look of slate, without the cost, there are some less expensive alternative.  GAF has a product called TruSlate®, which is real S1-grade hand-split quarried slate from North America’s finest quarries (not a synthetic imitation).  On a traditionally installed slate roof, half of each slate is never seen, because it’s tucked under the piece above it.  GAF has replaced this wasted slate with a high-tech waterproofing material. With this ingenious design, the TruSlate® System can be installed on almost any roof, at about the same price as imitiation plastic slate. Clay Roofing Like slate, clay roofing tiles are extremely durable.  They can withstand the elements and add natural warmth and permanent beauty.  A clay tile roof will often outlast the building that it protects!  Clay tiles come in numerous shapes, sizes, and colors.  Traditional spanish and mission style tiles are remniscient of old Europe.  Modern tiles are manufactured to resemble shingles, wood shake, or slate tiles.  There is truly a clay tile available to suit every taste.
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Metal Slate Roof

Home > Commercial > Metal, Slate & Clay Roofing Metal, Slate & Clay Roofing Metal Roofing Metal roofs are also extremely versatile because they can be used on steep slope, low slope, and flat roofs; they come in a wide range of materials and finishes; they provide a designer look.  Metal roofing comes in traditional vertical seam or can resemble wood shake, slate, shingles, or clay tiles.  They also deliver superior snow, water and airborne debris shedding.  Today, many of the metal roofing materials utilize a reflective pigment technology which increased energy efficiency and decreases cost. If you want a roof that is attractive, durable, non-combustible, lightweight, and has a low life-cycle cost, then a metal roof is the perfect choice! Slate Roofing Slate is one of the most beautiful and durable roofing materials known to man. For centuries, it’s been the roofing material of choice for the world’s greatest buildings. In fact, some slate roofs have lasted for literally hundreds of years, enduring all of the ravages that Mother Nature could throw at them. And, oh yes, slate roofs are heavy—and expensive—putting them out of the reach of most property owners.  Because of this, slate isn’t used very often in new construction.  But there are plenty of old buildings in the northeast that have slate roofs.  M. Rosenblatt Roofing has been dealing with slate roofs since 1929 and is more than qualified to handle any necessary slate repairs! If you still want the look of slate, without the cost, there are some less expensive alternative.  GAF has a product called TruSlate®, which is real S1-grade hand-split quarried slate from North America’s finest quarries (not a synthetic imitation).  On a traditionally installed slate roof, half of each slate is never seen, because it’s tucked under the piece above it.  GAF has replaced this wasted slate with a high-tech waterproofing material. With this ingenious design, the TruSlate® System can be installed on almost any roof, at about the same price as imitiation plastic slate. Clay Roofing Like slate, clay roofing tiles are extremely durable.  They can withstand the elements and add natural warmth and permanent beauty.  A clay tile roof will often outlast the building that it protects!  Clay tiles come in numerous shapes, sizes, and colors.  Traditional spanish and mission style tiles are remniscient of old Europe.  Modern tiles are manufactured to resemble shingles, wood shake, or slate tiles.  There is truly a clay tile available to suit every taste.
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Metal Slate Roof

Premium Steel Roof Manufacturer Written by plumptree on December 16, 2015. Posted in Uncategorized Steel roofing manufacturer of premium Energy Star® rated cool roofing systems. We also offer a high quality Copper roofing system. Steel Hidden Fastener Tile roof, Shingle roof, Slate roof, Shake roof and Standing Seam roof profiles are available in a variety of colors with Durapon 70, a full 70% PVDF with a superior low gloss finish and come standard with a limited Lifetime non-prorated, transferable warranty. Future Roof has a UL 2218 Class 4-hail resistance rating, the highest rating available. In some states, the Class 4 rating entitles homeowners to as much as a 35% reduction on homeowner’s insurance. Future Roof® Steel Roofing Written by plumptree on December 16, 2015. Posted in Uncategorized All Future Roof® steel roofs are coated with Durapon 70, the most durable paint finish available. In addition to the limited Lifetime non-prorated, transferable, weatherproof warranty provided by Future Roof, Durapon 70 also offers a thirty-year manufacturer’s warranty against chalking, peeling and fading. Future Roof has a UL 2218 Class 4-hail resistance rating, the highest rating available. In some states, the Class 4 rating entitles homeowners to as much as a 35% reduction on homeowner’s insurance. Future Roof® Copper Roofing Written by plumptree on December 16, 2015. Posted in Uncategorized Copper is without question one of the best of all premium roofing products. It has been in use for thousands of years. It’s continually changing beauty over time has long been a favorite to those lucky enough to live under a copper roof.  Future Roof offers 12 oz., 16 oz. and 20 oz. copper in all their profiles whether you choose Diamond, Shake, Shingle, Slate, Standing Seam, Spanish Tile or Mediterranean Tile.
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Metal Slate Roof

Being a natural stone, slate is more durable than any man-made material. High density of slate makes it waterproof, meaning that it will not absorb water. Slate is also completely non-combustible and will protect your home in the event of a fire. Slate is also highly resistant to any temperature fluctuations and inclement weather conditions, making it ideal in areas prone to heavy rain, snow, and wind. Moreover, a slate roof will not be affected by fungus and mold. These properties make a slate roof practically maintenance free, allowing you to have the peace of mind, without having to spend extra cash on expensive maintenance and repairs.
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Metal Slate Roof

Slate Roofing Pros and Cons – Slate Roof Facts, FAQ, & Pricing Details Leave a reply If you are looking for a “lifetime” roofing system that will provide superior durability and add a distinctive touch of timeless beauty and curb appeal to your home, then consider investing in a natural slate roof. For centuries, slate has been highly acclaimed for its natural beauty and remarkable longevity, unmatched by other materials. Investing in a slate roofing system is a major financial commitment. Therefore, it is critical to learn about advantages and drawbacks of slate before you make a buying decision.
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Metal Slate Roof

If you still want the look of slate, without the cost, there are some less expensive alternative.  GAF has a product called TruSlate®, which is real S1-grade hand-split quarried slate from North America’s finest quarries (not a synthetic imitation).  On a traditionally installed slate roof, half of each slate is never seen, because it’s tucked under the piece above it.  GAF has replaced this wasted slate with a high-tech waterproofing material. With this ingenious design, the TruSlate® System can be installed on almost any roof, at about the same price as imitiation plastic slate.
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Metal Slate Roof

The key to slate’s longevity is proper installation. If a slate roof is not properly installed, it could easily become the cause of some major roof problems. Slate is a very specialized roofing system and installing it correctly does require some proper training and experience. The reality is that most roofers do not have this experience, yet many will readily agree to install your slate roof anyway! Do not fall into this trap, and only hire an experienced contractor who specializes in slate roofing. Be sure to ask the contractor for references.

Metal Slate Roof