Our May e-newsletter continues our series of 10 Critical Things That Most Contractors Don’t Know About Metal Roofing. All-too-frequently, I hear stories of homeowners who had metal roofs installed but in the end, were upset and frustrated with a roof that did not perform as they expected. When I explore these situations, I often find critical considerations particular to metal roofing that the contractor simply was not aware of.
Here’s a special post from Todd Miller. I am starting a new series about 10 critical things that roofing contractors often don’t know about metal roofing. In my 35 years of answering questions from homeowners and contractors about metal roofing, these 10 things come up over, and over. Unfortunately, I often hear stories of homeowners… read more
Our quality metal roofing systems will reduce home summer energy costs by keeping homes naturally cooler in hot weather and reducing summer air conditioning demand. And the time to get ready for heat is before it becomes a problem. Here’s how we can help. 3 Ways a Classic Metal Roofing System Can Reduce Summer Energy… read more
February 21, 2019 | Filed under: Newsletter Articles
I’m writing today to share some inside information that can save you money, protect the investment you’ve made in your home, and provide sustainable, long-lasting home improvements. As the President of Classic Metal Roofing Systems (a division of Isaiah Industries), I’ve talked to thousands of homeowners and roofing contractors over the last 40 years. These… read more
In this season, we continue to focus on the financial impact of a decision for metal roofing. We’re in the midst of more research on the subject, but want to invite you to sit back, consider, and dream about the positive impact a quality metal roof will have on the beauty and value of your home…. read more
Our metal roofing products were recently chosen to replace twenty roofs at Santa’s Workshop in North Pole, Colorado. This generations-old vacation spot is near Colorado Springs at the base of the highway that leads to the top of Pikes Peak. The environment there is punishing with frequent hail, wind, snow, and ice storms. As a… read more