Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Standing-Seam Metal Roof – Pros: Extremely durable, long lasting, light reflective and fully recyclable, metal roofs are a great investment for anyone — not just green homeowners. You can ramp up the green factor by choosing a metal roof made with recycled content and in a lighter color.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Architect Pi Smith chose a metal roof for this Vermont lake house. Why did she choose metal? “They look great! Very crisp and architectural and much easier to get excited about than asphalt shingles. Other than copper and slate, both very expensive, enameled standing seam roofs have the best longevity. From a long-term maintenance standpoint this is a plus.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

A metal roof is also much more energy efficient than an asphalt roof. It can decrease your energy costs significantly, especially if you live in a hot climate. Roofs that reflect rather than absorb heat will keep your air conditioner from having to work so hard. In some areas, it can even help save on homeowners insurance, and can increase your resale value.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Metal roofing. Low maintenance, a crisp aesthetic and an affordable price point make this a favorite roof finish of mine. Metal roofing can be site-fabricated, where the pans are formed from metal coil stock, or it can be premanufactured and arrive onsite already formed into pans. The preformed pans can be installed quickly and, depending on the finish, can have a warranty of up to 35 years.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Metal roofing comes in many styles colors just like common roofing materials – enough to match every home in every neighborhood. You’ll find metal that looks like wood shakes, architectural shingles, clay tile, even slate roofing. The difference is that metal is more beautiful and long-lasting.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Stone and stucco combine to create this home’s beautiful, sophisticated exterior, and a metal roof completes the transitional look. A tiered backyard fits with the surrounding landscape.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

The cut stone pavers in this photo do double duty, picking up both the hue of the home’s metal roof and the gray in the stone cladding. Notice how the shape of the pavers speaks to the vertical seams of the roof, then visually pushes the eye outward toward the greater landscape.
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Pictures Of Metal Roofs

Contemporary Beach House With Many Windows and Metal Roof Clean lines, concrete, glass, iron and wood compose this majestic beach home and take advantage of the magnificent site. Multiple types of plants, trees and shrubs surround the site, which is nestled in the hills above the ocean’s shoreline. Large windows of varied shapes and sizes allow the homeowners to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors from every room.
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Transitional Stone and Stucco Home With Tiered Backyard Stone and stucco combine to create this home’s beautiful, sophisticated exterior, and a metal roof completes the transitional look. A tiered backyard fits with the surrounding landscape.