Metal roofs are the most energy-efficient and long-lasting roofing system on the market. The initial investment is well worth it because the roof will last the lifetime of the home.
Metal roofs are available in many gauges and types of metal such as 26 Gauge Galvalume, 24 Gauge Galvalume, .032 Aluminum, .040 Aluminum, and 16oz Copper. Material warranties are available up to 40 years depending on the type of metal and gauge. Metal roofs come in many colors and there are many profiles you can choose from. All American Roofing and Coating of Florida is one of the most experienced metal roof installers in South Florida. We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and attention to detail. Your Expert All American Roofing Salesman can help you decide which metal roof is perfect for your home. They will also assist you in choosing the proper underlayment and accessories to go along with it.
Types of Metal:
-5-V Crimp (Exposed Fasteners)
5-V Crimp is one of the most widely used panels due to its classic appeal, enduring strength, and cost-effectiveness. Its simple design makes the manufacturing and installation of this panel the inexpensive choice for metal roofing. 5-V Crimp offers a long roof life, high resistance to high winds, and easy maintenance. Available in 24” wide panels.
-Standing Seam (Hidden Fasteners)
Standing Seam offers the same strength, durability, and longevity as 5-V Crimp but better upgrades the aesthetic value of the home. Standing Seam offers the same choice of colors and types of metals as 5-V Crimp. But offers hidden fasteners, more sizes, and profiles to increase definition and strength. Profiles such as:
-1” Snap Lock Standing Seam-
The most common and cost-effective of the standing seam panels. Has 1” snap-together seams to hide fasteners and lock panels to one another. Panels are attached through a nail strip that is attached to each panel. Available in 16” wide panel.
-1.5” Snap Lock Standing Seam-
Offers all the same benefits as the 1” Snap Lock panel but has a 1.5” high seam to add definition. Available in 15” or 19” wide panels.
-1.5” Snap Lock Clip Standing Seam-
Offers all the same benefits as the 1.5” Snap Lock panels but is attached with clips to add resistance to wind uplift. Available in 15.5” wide panel.
-1.5” Mechanically Seamed Standing Seam-
Panels are attached with clips and seams are mechanically seamed at 90 degrees to add resistance to wind uplift or 180 degrees to add maximum resistance to wind uplift. Available in 12”, 16” or 20” wide panels
-1.75” Snap Lock Standing Seam Panel-
Offers all the same benefits as the 1.5” Clip Snap Lock but has 1.75” high seam to add definition. Available in 14” and 18” wide panels.
-2” Mechanically Seamed Standing Seam-
Offers all the same benefits as the 1.5” Mechanically Seamed Standing Seam Panel but has 2” high seam to add definition. Available in 14”, 18” and 21.5” wide panels
-Tough Rib (Exposed Fasteners)
Tough Rib has the same strength and longevity of the 5-V Crimp and Standing Seam metal roofs, but are wider panels to cut down on labor costs. Tough Rib is a little cheaper than 5-V Crimp but is less commonly installed in South Florida. Available in 36” wide panels.
-Stone Coated Steel
If your favorite roofing system is something other than metal such as Tile or Shingles, then Stone Coated Steel Roofing System is for you. You get all the benefits of a metal roof without the look of a metal roof. Stone Coated Steel offers many profiles that mimic other roofing systems. Stone Coated Steel roofs are now offered in 3 different profiles:
-Spanish S Tile-
Stone Coated Steel roofing that has all the benefits of a metal roof but has the appearance of a Spanish S Tile roof. The metal is coated with stone to offer an array of colors and to make the metal look more like concrete.
Stone Coated Steel roofing that has all the benefits of a metal roof but has the appearance of a Shingle Roof. The metal is coated with stone to offer an array of colors and to make the metal look more like asphalt.
Stone Coated Steel roofing that has all the benefits of a metal roof but has the appearance of a Cedar Shake Roof. The metal is coated with stone to offer an array of colors and to make the metal look more like wood.