How to Choose the Right Metal Roofing Color – Buyer’s Guide

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So, you’ve decided to give metal roofing a chance in a big way and join the ranks of many proud homeowners who’ve successfully installed a new metal roof on their homes.

Please note: You still have time to get a new metal roof before the winter season sets in, which would make the installation process cumbersome due to colder and shorted days, and hence considerably more expensive. So, be a smart homeowner and read this guide to learn how to properly select the right type of a metal roof, with a choice of many illustrious and energy efficient colors, and host of other benefits.

First of all, let me congratulate you for considering this Eco-friendly, and energy efficient roofing product that is built to last for many decades! Now, as far as picking the right color for your home, I would recommend that you take a good look at the following examples:

  • Green – if you are looking for a more conservative, yet fun color for your new metal roof, then a Green Color may be a fun and appropriate choice for your home. Green is an especially attractive color for people who like a sense of peace, harmony, and want to show that their roof is an Eco-friendly and energy efficient choice that is good for the environment. Below you can see a beautiful example of a Green color standing seam metal roof:
Residential Standing Seam Metal Roof

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August 30th, 2015 at 11:11 pm

Metal Roofing Styles & Their Pros and Cons

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Did you know there are several different styles of metal roofs? Understanding pros and cons of each system will help you make a more-educated decision, as well as save some money and avoid unnecessary hassles in the process! 😉 Read on to learn more.

Standing Seam


Also known as sheet metal roof comprised of vertical panels, featuring characteristic raised seams, hence standing seam.

Pros: One advantage of this system is the design incorporating concealed fasteners, which means there is no risk of unwanted roof leaks associated with any exposed fasteners becoming loose over-time, and/or rubber seals around the exposed fasteners drying out and developing cracks.

Standing Seam

Another advantage of standing seam is its PV solar-ready design, which means that special mounting brackets such as S-5 brackets needed to hold solar panels in place can be easily attached to the raised seams. Thus, there will be absolutely no need to drill any holes or create any unnecessary penetrations in your metal roof. – This is something that would not be an option with any other system, if you wanted to get a solar system installed on your roof, unless of course you happened to have a flat roof.

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May 28th, 2015 at 9:49 pm