Why your home in Kernersville needs a metal roof.
If you're in the market for a new roof, you may have heard from friends and neighbors about outrageous bids they received for metal roofing from other roofing companies. But not us. Our expert roofers are here to save the day with unbeatable pricing and a commitment to doing it right the first time. We have a tight quality assurance policy and provide a labor warranty with all roofing. We understand that a new roof can be a significant investment for homeowners and we make every dollar count.
Check out the impressive metal roofing we install
Our preferred supplier, Triad Corrugated Metal, provides high-quality metal roofing products that are designed to withstand even the toughest weather conditions, and all come with a 40 yr paint warranty. Multiple roof panels are available to choose from including 5V panels, AG panels, Snap Loc, Nailstrip, Standing Seam, Mechanical, and Corrugated panels. Many are surprised to learn there are so many metal roofing choices available each with their unique features like finishes, metal thickness or gauge, and fastener systems.
Colors and finishes
There are so many color selections and finishes available when you choose a metal roof replacement, you are sure to find just what you’re looking for. Get ready to be blown away at your color options, https://triadcorrugatedmetal.com/colors.html. Did you know metal roofing also makes a great choice for home additions? The reason for this is that the wide range of colors available ensures that you will find the ideal complementary shade for your current shingle roofing without having to replace your entire roof.
Why does gauge matter?
The gauge refers to the thickness of the metal sheet used in constructing the roof. It's important to understand why this matters so that you can make an informed decision about which gauge is best for your home. The gauge of a metal roof affects its strength and durability. Thicker gauges are stronger than thinner ones and can withstand more extreme weather conditions like heavy rain, snow, and high winds. Thicker gauges are also more resistant to denting and damage from falling debris or hail. Thicker gauges do cost more, but we want to be honest and upfront so you can make the best decision for your home or business.