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Metal Roofing

While the initial cost for a premium metal roof is higher than most other roofing materials, you'll save money in the long run. A metal roof can last a lifetime, whereas materials like asphalt require re-roofing every 10 to 20 years. A metal roof can also increase the resale value of your home.


Products Offered

Kassel & Irons

Kassel & Iron Roofing Systems come in a number of styles, from the charm of wood shakes, the popular look of architectural shingles, but all in beautiful, energy efficient, lifetime Steel.

 

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KASSELWOOD STEEL SHINGLES

  • KasselWood installs with a textured yet symmetrical beauty to enhance any home.
  • Available colors help reproduce the look of cedar, slate, or standard shingles.
  • Industry-leading PVDF coating technology ensures that your KasselWood steel roof will stay looking fresh, enhancing your home’s beauty.

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KASSEL SHAKE STEEL SHINGLES

  • KasselShake’s thick, random look of hand-split shakes is achieved through our precision stamping formation similar to how the body panels on your car or truck are made.
  • Provides a distinctive high-end beauty for any style of home.
  • Fits in any neighborhood and provides lasting curb appeal that results in permanently increased home value.
  • Available colors including multi-hued ThermoBond powder PVDF finishes allow you to characterize your home to match your exact style.

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Classic Metal Roofing Systems

Classic Metal Roofing Systems come in a number of styles, from the charm of wood shakes, the popular look of architectural shingles, but all in beautiful, energy efficient, lifetime Aluminium.

 

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Country Manor Shake

Country Manor Shake provides the charm of wood shake roofing without the problems of ongoing maintenance and eventual tear-off and replacement. While beautiful on the outside, Country Manor Shake’s real beauty lies beneath the surface. Its aluminum substrate, advanced Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 coating, interlocking panels, and concealed fastening give it the strength to withstand the test of time through even the most severe weather. And, protected by a Lifetime Limited Warranty, Country Manor Shake always looks like new.

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Rustic Shingle

Rustic Shingle is an investment-grade metal roofing system that provides beauty, protection, and increased value. The rugged texture and deep realistic wood grain pattern provides the lasting distinction of wood shakes. However, unlike real wood, Rustic Shingle will never split, warp, mold, or rot. The 12” x 24” fully interlocking panels hold tight in even the most severe winds while the product’s low weight encourages installation over existing shingles.

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Oxford Shingle

Oxford Shingle has the popular look of architectural shingles, but with long-lasting beauty and efficiency unmatched by fiberglass shingles. Owners of homes ranging in style from historic Victorian and Colonial to Cape Cod and Contemporary choose Oxford Shingle for its crisp, clean lines and symmetry. Oxford Shingle blends with any architectural style and in any neighborhood. While conducive to shedding winter snowloads, the low profile panels feature a heat-reflective coating that keeps homes cooler in summer and reduces air conditioning expense.

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Standing Seam (concealed fastener)

Our state-of-the-art standing seam roofing system eliminates all fasteners that penetrate any part of the roof membrane. The few fasteners that can be seen are located on the ridge cap and hip covers. All the fasteners to our roofing system are mounted under the panels.

Our roofing system is designed to allow for the normal expansion and contraction that happens with the changes in temperature in our seasons. Our panels are fastened with a hidden clip flange system. Because of this feature, our roof is truly a life-time system.

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Residential corrugated Panels (Exposed fastener Panels)

Exposed Fastener roof systems are typically roll formed products that are vertically oriented on the roof. They typically have some sort of corrugated wave or rib pattern Some common names to the corrugated pattern are “R Panel”, “PBR Panel”, “Pro-Panel”. They are commonly found on agricultural building such as barns and steel buildings. These panels are installed using screws with a rubberized gasket that penetrate the panel leaving the screw heads exposed.

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