Metal Roofs Guide
METAL ROOFING STYLES
Metal roofing has become a popular option in the last few years because of its low maintenance requirements and energy efficiency, which can provide cost savings and returns on the owner’s investment. Its modern look can help spruce up an older home’s design, while also improving its overall structural durability. In fact, no matter what kind of roofing style or color you desire, there’s a metal roof to match.
Looking for that classic asphalt appearance? Pre-formed metal shingles are available with the asphalt look, coupled with outstanding performance and 3-4 times the lifespan of standard asphalt shingles.
Is it the authentic look of wood you find attractive? Metal shake is a premium alternative. It looks just like wood and it comes in a variety of color choices. It’s also much longer lasting than real wood.
Classic ceramic tejas are heavy, fragile and costly to maintain. Getting that look, however, is possible with metal tiles formed into graceful curves. Even better, they’re lighter, stronger and longer lasting.
There is a distinctive look that slate brings to a roof. Metal pre-formed to mimic slate, right down to the uneven surfaces, can give your roof that uniform look without the cost, weight or fragility of the real thing.
Then there are the metal roofs that are unapologetically metallic, coming in Standing Seam Panels, featuring clean lines and offering a modern twist to the traditional look of metal roofing. At McPartlon Roofing, custom metal projects are an art form. Our resident artists create unparalleled metal works, with specifications and designs unique to our market in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Want to know the difference between exposed fastener and lock seam metal roofing? We can walk you through it. Ask about these and other design build features we offer when talking to our estimating department.