Metal Roofing Installation

The ultimate roofing system for durability and longevity

Metal Roofing Installation Genesee County, MI
We offer high-quality metal roofing installations

Metal Roofing is now a very popular roofing upgrade for home and building owners across Michigan.  Metal roofing offers many benefits to the consumer, benefits such as energy savings, appearance and color variations, low-maintenance and let's not forget the durability.  Metal roofing will outlast an asphalt roof and perform better in every situation.

The only downside to metal roofing is the cost which, depending on your particular situation, can be recouped through the increase in energy savings and eliminating the need for costly repairs in the future due to material breakdown.

A Better Roof For Less has a great deal of experience working with both types of Metal Roofs.

Concealed Fastener Metal Roof System and Exposed Fastener Metal Roof Systems.... What's the Difference you might ask?

Concealed Fastener Metal Roofing- is made with interlocking metal panels that run from the eave of your roof all the way to the ridge . The joining seams of these two metal panels are raised above the roofing surface to allow water to run off and eliminate leaks due to wind driven rains. Concealed fastener metal roofing eliminate the risk of leaks caused by the fasteners not being seated properly due to expansion and contraction. Concealed Fastener metal roofs have great performance across a wide range of climates and temperatures.  The vertical lines of a Concealed Fastener metal roof have also become very popular because of the architectural, clean look they offer. Available in a wide variety of profiles and colors.


Exposed Fastener Metal Roofing - is made with overlapped rippled or corrugated metal sheets that are fastened directly to the roof. An exposed fastener metal roof system is very durable considering it's lightweight and these roofs are capable of delivering many years of protection for your building if done properly and maintained.  Exposed fastener metal roofing utilizes a neoprene washered screw that holds the panels in place while keeping out the elements.


Metal Roofing Services We Offer:

  • Metal Roof Replacement
  • Metal Roof Repairs
  • Metal Roof Insurance Claims
  • Standing Seam Metal Roofing
  • Corrugated Metal Roofing
  • Painted Metal Roofing
  • Colored Metal Roofing

We don’t just abide by all Genesee county codes when it comes to our metal roofing projects, we exceed them with our high quality standards.   We are local leaders in the roofing industry and it's because of the extra care and attention we put into every single project.

We Offer Metal Roofing Installations In Genesee County

  • Argentine
  • Atlas
  • Burton
  • Clio
  • Davison
  • Fenton
  • Flint
  • Flushing
  • Gaines
  • Genesee
  • Goodrich
  • Grand Blanc
  • Lennon
  • Linden
  • Montrose
  • Mount Morris
  • Mundy
  • Otisville
  • Richfield
  • Swartz Creek
  • Thetford
  • Vienna

Questions About Metal Roofing?

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The length of time it takes to install a metal roof depends on several factors, including the size and complexity of your roof, the type of metal roofing system you choose, and the weather conditions during installation. However, on average, you can expect a metal roof installation to take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks.

In many cases, a metal roof can be installed directly over existing shingles, which can save on the cost and hassle of tear-off and disposal. However, local building codes and the condition of your existing roof will determine whether this is a viable option. A roofing professional can assess your roof and provide guidance.

While it's a common perception that metal roofs are noisy in the rain, they are usually no louder than other roofing materials. This is because the roof decking, insulation, and attic space typically dampen the sound. Additionally, if the metal roof is installed over existing shingles, the shingles can provide an extra layer of sound insulation.

While it's possible to walk on a metal roof, it should be done carefully to avoid causing damage or denting the panels. It's also important to consider safety, as metal roofs can be slippery, especially when wet. If you need to access your roof, it's usually best to hire a professional who has the right safety equipment and expertise.

Metal roofs are known for their durability and low maintenance requirements. However, it's still a good idea to have your roof inspected annually for any signs of damage or wear. Regular cleaning to remove debris and prevent the buildup of algae or moss can also prolong the lifespan of your roof.

A properly installed and maintained metal roof can last 40-70 years, depending on the type of metal used. This is significantly longer than the average lifespan of an asphalt shingle roof, which is typically 15-30 years.

Yes, metal roofs are very energy efficient. They reflect solar radiant heat, which can reduce cooling costs by 10-25%. Some types of metal roofing are also compatible with solar panel installations, further enhancing their energy-saving potential.

Metal roofs are surprisingly lightweight compared to other roofing materials. For instance, metal roofing typically weighs anywhere from 50 to 150 pounds per square (one square equals 100 square feet), while concrete or tile can weigh 900 pounds per square or more. This lightweight nature can ease the structural demands on your home.

Metal roofs are exceptionally durable and can withstand extreme weather conditions better than many other types of roofing. They can resist wind speeds that far exceed most severe storms, and they are also impact-resistant, making them a good choice in areas prone to hail.

The best color for your metal roof largely depends on your personal preference, the design of your home, and your climate. Lighter colors tend to reflect heat more effectively, which can be beneficial in warmer climates, while darker colors may be more desirable in colder climates. Some homeowners also choose colors to match or complement the other colors on their home's exterior.

Because metal roofs are durable, low-maintenance, and energy-efficient, they can increase the value of your home. They may also be attractive to potential buyers who are looking for a long-lasting, sustainable roofing option.

Absolutely. In fact, metal roofs are often ideal for solar panel installations. They are durable and long-lasting, so they're likely to outlast the solar panels themselves, eliminating the need for a roof replacement during the life of the solar panels.

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