Metal Roofs

Metal roofs last decades and provide superior protection

Roofs Built to Last

Metal roofing is the strongest most durable roofing system you can put on your home. They feature extremely high wind and fire resistance. Metal roofs also come in certified colors that make them energy efficient and can get you up to a $1500 tax credit. The Energy Star rated colors can save you up to 40% on cooling costs. When it’s time to replace or repair your metal roof make sure you’re working with an experienced roofing contractor. One that sources the best materials and has the experience to get the job done right the first time.

Your Metal Roofing Contractor

Crockett Home Improvement has been installing roofing systems for over 30 years. We’ve built our company reputation on customer service. Communication is never a problem when you work with us. We coordinate and work with your schedule to ensure your roof replacement goes as smoothly as possible. Our crews have decades of experience installing roofs and are meticulous craftsmen that take pride in every job.  Every roof repair and roof replacement we do is an audition for our next job. We’ve built our business from word of mouth advertising from satisfied customers.

Why Choose a Metal Roof?

When most people think of roofs, they think asphalt shingles and not metal. There’s a lot of misconceptions about metal roofs. Let’s look at why metal roofs are a great choice for style and durability.

Style Options – Many homeowners fear metal shingles or a standing seam will not match their home style. The fact is there is aluminum and steel available in a wide range of profiles that are suitable for any architectural style, including: modern/contemporary, colonial, Victorian, ranch, cape, and historic homes.

Fear of Noise – A lot of homeowners are surprised to learn that a metal roof can be even quieter than an asphalt shingle roof. Metal roofs have solid sheathing attached to the underlayment that help silence the noise from rain, hail, falling branches and other weather conditions.

Cost – One thing that many homeowners don’t think about is the true lifetime cost of a roof vs. the initial upfront cost. While metal roofs do cost more initially, their longevity makes them a more cost effective option in the long term. The lifespan is two to three times that of a typical asphalt roof.

Color Options – Another myth about metal roofs is they are limited by color. The reality is metal roofs come in a vast array of color options and even have energy rated paint that will cut your energy bills and give you a nice tax deduction.

Weather Performance – When compared to other materials, metal consistently demonstrates superior performance in inclement weather conditions. In cold extremes metal roofs hold up much better than shingled roofs over time. In hotter climates metal comes out on top in energy efficiency.