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What Is a Metal Roof?

Benefits of Residential Metal Roofing

Do you want to boost your home’s value? Are you interested in a home upgrade that will generate a return on investment for decades? Whether you plan to sell your home or enjoy it for years to come, you’ll find that a metal roof benefits you in a big way. Regardless of where you live or the size of your home, you can enjoy all the advantages a metal roof affords.

We serve the greater Charlotte, NC area including, Concord, Huntersville, Matthews, Indian Trail, and Monroe.

Added Value

The many benefits of metal roofing add up to increased value for your home, whether it’s a potential buyer or a mortgage banker viewing your residence, your metal roof becomes an asset! Why? Residential metal roofs have a reputation that’s widely respected. People value their longevity, durability, and energy efficiency.


Do you want a roof that accentuates the beauty of your home? Do you want to add curbside appeal in a big way? Then consider the many options for customizing your metal roofing package. Choose your style, material, and color to create a uniquely beautiful metal roof. Make a bold architectural statement when you partner with us, your premium metal roofing company of Mecklenburg and Union counties.


Concerned about inclement weather in your region? Wondering how metal roofing holds up against high winds, hail, pelting rain, or snow accumulation? No worries! Metal roofing is specially engineered to withstand even the toughest weather. It’s also resistant to mold, mildew, and rodent damage. Looking for a roof with little or no maintenance requirements? Then contact us and get valuable information from your Charlotte, NC area metal roofing company!


Concerned about the impact on the environment when you replace your roof? Then you’ll be glad to know metal roofing is made largely of recycled materials and is itself 100% recyclable. Better yet, you can have it installed over an existing roof, eliminating the disposal of old roofing materials that typically end up in a landfill.


A metal roof can save you up to 40% on your annual energy costs! They’re designed to minimize heat buildup within your home by reflecting solar energy, which greatly reduces your air-conditioning costs. You’ll even notice a reduction in your heating bill during the winter months, because metal roofing is a world-class insulator! This is a benefit everyone can get on board with!


It’s well-known in the real-estate world that a metal roof lasts decades longer than the rest. The average lifespan of a roof is about 12-20 years if it’s properly installed. But a metal roof can last over 50 years while showing little sign of age. If you’re replacing an old roof or planning a new construction, wouldn’t you like this to be your last roof installation?

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Metal Roofing vs Shingle Roofing:
Which Should I Choose?

If you live in Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, or Union county and are considering your roofing options, please give us call! We’ll provide you with expert information, transparent pricing, and help you determine the best roof for your needs.

Metal Shingle

Do you want a distinctive look reminiscent of smooth slate tiles combined with the benefits of metal roofing? If so, you’ll love our metal shingle roofs! Metal shingles provide a classic look without ever splitting, warping, molding, or rotting.

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Metal Tile

Do you love the look of a clay tile roof but don’t want to invest in costly maintenance? With metal tiles, you can enjoy the graceful curves of a clay tile roof coupled with the lightness and strength of aluminum or stone-coated steel.

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Metal Shake

Do you have more traditional tastes? Do you love the charm of a wood shake roof but also want something more practical? Our metal shake roofs combine traditional beauty with advantages like low maintenance, durability, and broader color options.

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Metal Tile

Do you love the look of a clay tile roof but don’t want to invest in costly maintenance? With metal tiles, you can enjoy the graceful curves of a clay tile roof coupled with the lightness and strength of aluminum or stone-coated steel.

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Lightning, Hail, Rust & Denting:
The Most Common Metal Roofing Myths

Frequently Asked Questions About Metal Roofing

As the premier metal roofing company in the Charlotte area, we’ve gained a lot of experience and worked with many inquisitive customers. As a courtesy to you, we’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions about metal roofing and provided concise, expert answers.

Don’t see your question listed? Need more answers? Feel free to contact our experts today!

How can I inspect my roof without a ladder?

If you want to avoid climbing a ladder to inspect your roof, try using binoculars. They’re a safe and effective alternative! You can also inspect the attic to identify water damage. Look for damp insulation or mold.

Is a metal roof more expensive than a traditional shingle roof?

A metal roof is considered a premium product because of its durability and longevity. Expect to pay less than a slate roof and about twice as much as an asphalt shingle roof. Metal roofing prices are more comparable to tile or cedar shake roofing.

Will a metal roof match the style of my home and neighborhood?

Today’s residential metal roofing is made to look like common roofing material – such as asphalt shingle, cedar shake, clay tile or slate roofing – only stronger and more durable. Click here to see metal roofing’s wide variety of styles, colors and patterns – there’s certain to be a style and finish to match your home and neighborhood.

How much longer does metal roofing last compared to asphalt or wood shingles?

Metal roofs last 30-50 years or more. This is 2 to 3 times longer than the average roof’s 12-20-year lifespan. The life of a metal roof depends largely on the quality of installation.

Is metal roofing noisier than asphalt, cedar shake, tile, or slate?

This is a common misconception from the early days of rustic metal roofs. During rain or hailstorms, today’s metal roofing is no more noisy than other roofing materials, because standard attic insulation absorbs most of the sound from outside.

Is a metal roof too heavy for some homes and smaller structures?

Surprisingly, an average metal roof is 50% lighter than an asphalt shingle roof and 75% lighter than cement shakes, concrete tiles, and slate. The weight of a metal roof is never an issue.

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