Metal Roofing Experts Jupiter Florida

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A standing seam metal roofing is a premium roofing system. The standing seam metal roof will initially cost more than as asphalt shingle roofing system. However, an asphalt shingle roof will normally require two to three replacements throughout its lifetime. Metal roofs do not need replacement.

There are several types of standing seam roofs. There are double-lock, snap-loc, and exposed fasteners. In our opinion, the double lock standing seam metal roof is the best compared to the other types. A double lock standing seam metal roof has concealed fasteners, and individual panels are mechanically seamed together. The concealed fasteners provide maintenance free roofs while the mechanical seams insurance that the roof is watertight.


The metal that is used to manufacture these types of roofs comes in two different gauges. There are 24 and 26. 24 is the thickest gauge. We only use 24 gauge materials unless otherwise specified.

We offer several types of metal for our standing seam roofing systems:

  • Galvanized
  • Galvalume
  • Kynar500 Painted Metal
  • Copper
  • Paint Grip

Roofs can be made of anything, metal roofing (aluminum, copper, zinc, tin, galvanized iron), and clay or ceramic (tile, slate or shingle). Some roofs are even made of rubber. The type of roofing materials you want to cover and protect your house depends on your taste, suitability on the house structure and budget.

Corrugated roofing material is as widely used as the other materials available in the market. This material has a wavelike sort of design, which is both aesthetic and functional. Some corrugated roofing materials are made of metal others are polycarbonate. The corrugated roof is usually used for steep slope roof. It could be paint-coated with different colors and treated with metal preserving chemicals to make it more durable and resistant from corrosive substances.

For all your roofing needs, call for an appointment today for a free estimate

Palm Beach County at (561) 844-0909

Martin County (772) 210-2846