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Galvalume Steel is an ideal roofing material because of its strength, extraordinary outdoor corrosion resistance and longevity. It delivers the optimum combination of the features of aluminum and zinc, the barrier protection and long-term durability of aluminum, and the sacrificial or galvanic protection of sheared edges that is characteristic of zinc. Additionally, Drexel Metals offers 35 unique Energy Star Rated Cool Metal roofing colors with their reflective TRINAR® paint finish.
Here at Metal Roofing PA, as a leading metal roofing company, we offer the highest quality Standing Seam Metal roofs in many areas throughout the Philadelphia area including Hatboro, Narberth, and Fort Washington.
If you’re looking for traditional or rustic look, then our staff of roofing experts suggest going with a Stone-Coated Shingle, Shake, or Terra Cotta styled look. Comprised of 26-gauge steel this roofing material is covered with zinc-aluminum alloy, acrylic primer, basecoat, natural stone granules and an overglaze to ensure your metal roof looks as good on day one as it does in its fiftieth year.
Copper has been in use for centuries for various purposes. When utilized for a roof, copper will not rust, has no finish to scratch or peel, and is soft enough to easily tool and weathers naturally to a beautiful, natural green patina. Although considerably more expensive than aluminum and steel, Copper is the metal of choice for buildings with a long design life.
Aluminum is extremely lightweight and it won’t rust. However, it must be painted or coated for appearance. Coatings are similar to those used on Galvalume. Aluminum is an especially viable option for virtually any roof where steel or other materials are being considered, particularly in coastal environments where salt air can cause corrosion.
In Europe, Zinc Roofing enjoys tremendous popularity because of its ability to protect well over 60% of residential roofs. After all, you want a roof that will protect your home 24/7, 365 days a year. Roofs made with zinc are expected to last 80 to 100 years and even longer, while zinc walls can last anywhere from 200 to 300 years. That is true longevity.
Terne-Coated Stainless Steel is covered on both sides with an alloy comprised of 50% tin and 50% zinc to a thickness of 20 microns. This stainless steel product is unpainted, won’t rust or corrode and its terne coating can give it a natural, matte-gray finish.
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