Exposed Fastener:

Exposed fastened metal roof panels are popular for their affordability and suitability for various types of buildings, including commercial, residential, and agricultural structures. These panels can be installed directly over existing shingle decks, creating a seamless appearance when color-matched. They provide a durable and environmentally friendly roofing option that is cost-effective and easy to install.

Concealed Fastener:

Concealed fastener metal roof panels provide enhanced durability and a sleek design. They are commonly used in residential buildings due to their aesthetic appeal. These panels offer increased strength and require less maintenance over the lifespan of the roof, thanks to their concealed fastener system.

Board and Batten:

Metal Batten siding combines the classic look of wood board and batten siding with modern technology. It is made with a strong metal batten and replicates the appearance of traditional wood siding. This durable and low-maintenance option eliminates the need for frequent painting.

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Common Misconceptions About Metal Roofs

Myth: Metal roofs are noisy when it rains.

Fact: Residential metal roofs are not noisier than other types of roofs due to the solid roof deck and underlayment that dampen noise.

Myth: You can't walk on a metal roof.

Fact: Metal roofs are durable and can be walked on without causing damage due to the stability provided by the solid roof deck.

Myth: Metal roofs rust.

Fact: Modern metal roofs have protective coatings that make them corrosion-resistant for many decades.

Myth: Metal roofs attract lightning strikes.

Fact: Lightning strikes the highest point in an area regardless of the roofing material, so metal roofs are not more prone to getting struck by lightning.

Myth: Metal roofs are hot.

Fact: Metal roofs come in reflective colors that reduce solar heat absorption, leading to lower cooling needs. They actually release solar heat faster than asphalt shingles, reducing the heat load on homes.

Myth: Metal roofs are heavy.

Fact: Metal roofing is significantly lighter compared to materials like asphalt, concrete tile, fiber cement shakes, and slate. It's about 50% lighter than asphalt roofs and 75% lighter than other materials mentioned.