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Metal Roofing Makes All The Difference

Installing a metal roof on your commercial building is a wise investment. A metal roof not only provides a long service life, but also adds curb appeal and benefits like durability, weather-resistance and reduced utility expense. Selecting good partners for your metal roofing journey is an important part of the process. Frisco Metal Roofing Contractors is committed to delivering superior quality and outstanding service backed up by a values-oriented, customer-focused philosophy you can trust!

Let us help you find the commercial metal roofing solution that meets your business’ aesthetic and budgetary needs for years to come.

Benefits of Metal Roofing and Partnering with Frisco Metal Roofing Contractors

Asphalt shingles have long dominated the commercial roofing market; however, the never-ending saga of shingle replacement is simply wearing many business owners out. In contrast, metal roofing out-performs shingles and offers many other benefits which is the reason more and more business owners are ditching conventional shingles and installing metal roofing.

Quality Roofing Materials

A long-lasting metal roof is dependent on using high quality substrates and coatings. For commercial roofing, Galvalume Steel Substrates and Kynar 500/PVDF paint systems offer te best long-term performance and curb appeal.

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Vertical Seam Exposed Fastener Roofing Panels

The most economical form of metal roofing , exposed fastener roofing, consists of overlapping panels that are fastened directly to the roof deck or framing through the face of the metal. They are called “exposed”, because the fastener head remains visible once installed. However, fastener heads are painted the same color as the roofing panels to help make them less apparent. Most exposed fastener panels are typically 36″ wide, meaning that fewer panels (and less labor) will be needed to cover the roof area.

Vertical Seam Standing Seam Roofing Panels

A standing seam roof system, also classified as concealed fastener panels, utilizes a series of adjoining panels that are connected by raised seams (or vertical legs). Seam heights vary, but are typically 1 to 2 1/2 inches tall and allow the panels to snap together while others require mechanical seaming. Mechanical seamed panels provide greater strength and wind uplift capabilities.

Metal Shingle – Simulated Roof Shingle and Cedar

Milan steel shingles add beauty and curb appeal to any business. Milan provides the aesthetic appearance of shingles, slate or shake with all the benefits of metal. Offering eight attractive Kynar 500 (PVDF) colors as well as Slate and Shake Kynar 500 Prints. Metal shingles will complement any exterior design palette.

Stone Coated Simulated Conventional Roof Shingles

Tilcor CF Shingle Stone Coated Roofing – Tilcor’s CF Shingle has been specifically designed to resemble the look of traditional Asphalt Shingles but without the inherent ongoing issues that many business owners face, such as frequent replacement due to weathering or hail damage. Its innovative Concealed Fastening system is truly an industry first. Unlike other systems, which leave gaps and screws exposed to the elements, Tilco’s unique CF Shingle protects all fastening elements making roofs more reliable, watertight and durable than ever before.

Extensive research and development in the design process makes Tilcor’s CF Shingle not only the most water-proof stone-coated steel shingle on the market but the most realistic looking and fastest to install. Made from the highest quality raw materials ensures the durability and strength is second to none. The CF Shingle and accompanying accessories are engineered to interlock and overlap to resist wind lifting and keep out nature’s elements.

Metal Tile Simulated Tile Roofing

Met-tile roofing panel provides the appearance of ceramic tile roofing with all the advantages and performance of metal. Met-Tile is lightweight, energy efficient and aesthetically attractive. A Met-Tile roof looks so much like tile, most people are surprised to learn that they are actually metal roof tiles.