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Metal Roofing Services
At Prestige Roofing of South Florida, we specialize in a variety of Metal Roofing Systems. Although Shingle and Tile roofs are lower in cost initially, in the long run, you may end up spending twice as much to have it replaced. Metal Roofing Systems are a great choice if you plan on keeping the home for an extended period of time. Here are some of the Metal Roofing Systems our company offers.
Types of roofs we offer:
This is a tried and true metal roof system. This type of roofing panel has been used for decades. It’s no wonder it has gained nationwide popularity. 5V-Crimp is an extremely versatile roofing panel. It’s not only used for residential use but for agricultural applications as well. The 5V-Crimp is a low-profile panel and the traditional double “v” shaped ribs make this a great choice for any style roof.
5V Crimp Metal Roof Panels
There’s metal roofing, and then there’s a particular type called standing seam metal roofing. If your neighbor has a metal roof, it is most likely of the standing seam variety. Standing seam panels run continuously from the ridge of your roof down to the eaves. These panels are connected by fasteners between the panels. Because the seam is raised or standing instead of flush-mounted. Because these fasteners are concealed, you only see a smooth continuous ridge extending from top to bottom.
One great advantage of standing seam metal roofs is contained in the name itself: seams, the weak point in any roof and a potential entry point for moisture, are raised above the level of the roofing panel. You can’t say this for composition shingles.
Now you may ask, “But what about style? Do they come in different colors?” We offer Metal Roofing in a decent array of colors. It isn’t the entire color spectrum you find at your local paint store, but it’s more than you’ll get with asphalt/composite shingles.
Standing Seam Metal Roof Panels
Be sure to consider all your options when purchasing the type of roof you want to install on your home.