Looking for metal roofing Denver and surrounding areas? Here at Modern Roof Co. we specialize in metal roofing solutions.
Furthermore, at Modern Roof Co. we have built our reputation on the foundation of overdelivering and demonstrating expertise in our field.
We are proud to provide Denver and the surrounding areas with exceptional metal roofing along with other roofing services.
In recent years, metal roofing has become more of a popular option for homeowners. It’s estimated that it has more than doubled in popularity.
This is due to how durable, aesthetically pleasing, and affordable metal roofing is as an option.
There are many types of metals, finishes, and designs to choose from when selecting a metal roof specially designed for a residential home.
All design options are available in different colors and styles to match whatever style you are looking for. No matter your design dreams, our team at Modern Roof Co. will work with you to build you the roof you have always dreamed about!
Benefits of Metal Roofing
Metal roofs are 100% recyclable and environmentally friendly. Something that’s important to us as a company.
They also last longer than a traditional roof. And, are a fantastic option for green-minded consumers as they can save up to 30% in energy costs.
Metal roofs are considered a long-term investment. They increase a home’s overall value, and minimize maintenance costs. They typically come with a 30-50-year warranty too. So you, the homeowner, are left with long-lasting peace of mind after a job is completed.
Types of Metal Roofing
Steel is traditionally recognized for its durability and strength. It has long been one of the most common materials used on commercial buildings and residential sites.
The creation of steel itself is an energy-intensive process. But based on its availability today, most of the steel we now use is made from recycled materials rather than new.
In fact, steel is one of the most recycled materials on the planet. Making it a very eco-friendly material to work with.
When you compare steel to other materials, it’s also very cost-efficient. It’s often priced lower than metals, such as aluminum, zinc, and copper.
While you might think of rust when you think of a steel roof, this is hardly ever the case. A metallic coating goes over the steel to prevent damage, dramatically increasing its corrosion rating. Two popular choices for steel roofs are galvanized steel and galvalume.
Aluminum roofing is also made of recycled materials but is more lightweight than a steel roof. It’s also highly pliable and incredibly long-lasting and is made out of recycled materials like old soda cans.
This metal looks great when it’s painted. Aluminum is one of the lightest metals used for roofing. Although its strength-to-weight ratio is among the most powerful of the “common” metals.
For this reason, a thinner piece of aluminum can often do the job of a thicker part of other metals.
This weight and thinness also mean aluminum roofing reserves the least amount of heat. So it becomes cool quickly once it stops receiving direct sunlight. This feature helps cool a house in the summer.
The truth is, tin roofs are very outdated and rarely used in today’s modern metal roofing. When people ask for a tin roof, they usually use the term interchangeably with metal roofing, steel roofing, or galvanized steel.
Tin is actually scarce, and unused in roofing at this point. If you’re looking to get an aged look to your roof, there are ways to get a patina finish without using tin.
We’ll get into natural materials next to help you find an aged look to your roof, naturally.
Natural Metal Roofing, Copper And Zinc
Copper is a soft metal, which makes it among the quietest types of metal roofing. Copper can also be incredibly aesthetically pleasing, but it is pricey.
Zinc is probably the most energy-efficient material. Even more so than aluminum or steel. This is because it takes less energy to make the material, and it’s 100% recyclable. It’s an extremely moldable material and a favorite of many contractors.
Metal Roofing Styles
Standing seam metal roofs use a pattern of ridges or grooves on metal roofing sheets. This style uses vertical panels to create a smooth look for every roof pitch.
They’re called “standing seams” because each panel fully interlocks with the adjacent panel using a single ‘standing’ seam that opens and folds into place.
Standing seams are a popular option in Denver. This is because of their durability and ability to shed snow and water during the long winter. Recoloring a standing seam is also a low-cost way to change the look of your roof without replacing the whole roof.
Certified Metal Roofers
Modern Roof Co is quality certified by the Metal Roofing Alliance.
We’re proud to uphold the quality code of practices and match standards of product quality and installation laid out by the MRA.
For you, this means you can rest assured your home is being worked on by professional and skilled roofing specialists.
With something as important as your roof, you shouldn’t settle for any less. We certainly don’t. If you want to learn more about what this certification means, please contact us and we’d be happy to explain it in more detail.
We’re proud to serve Denver, the capital of Colorado also known as the “Mile High City”. It’s a historic city, with roots dating back to the Old West era.
Whether you live in Denver or are visiting, there are no shortage of landmarks to see and things to do.
Such as visiting Larimer Square, the city’s oldest block, featuring landmark 19th-century buildings. Strolling through museums, including the Denver Art Museum.
Experiencing the ultramodern complex is also a must. It’s known for its collection of indigenous works and the mansion of famed Titanic survivor Molly Brown.
Denver is also a jumping-off point for ski resorts in the nearby Rocky Mountains. If you’ve never experienced the slopes, we can’t recommend it highly enough.
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