Hail Damage and Your Roof

June 14, 2015 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Homeowner Tips

Was your neighborhood recently hit by a storm that included hail? If it was, your roof may have hail damage…and chances are you will soon have many roofing contractors knocking on your door. Local Roofing Professionals vs. Calculating Roofing Contractors Chasing hailstorms is big business. There is huge electronic infrastructure set up that facilitates contractors being able… ( read more )

Residential Metal Roofing Facts From Industry Expert

May 10, 2015 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof

Are you researching metal roofing for your home and finding it to be confusing? Do you have questions about metal roofs for residential use which you can’t find answers to? Are you having a tough time finding consistent answers? Do you wonder what type of metal roof would look best on your home? What would… ( read more )

Tiny House Roofing

March 5, 2015 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Energy,Environmentally Friendly,Tiny houses

Builders of tiny houses are considering metal roofing as the best option. Metal roofing’s benefits of low weight, high-end beauty, wind resistance, fire safety, and reflective energy efficiency all blend very well with the goals and desires of owners of tiny homes. We have recently worked with a couple of such projects, and even had… ( read more )

Classic Metal Roofing Introduces New Slate Rock Metal Roofing System

April 20, 2014 | Filed under: Miscellanous Articles

Classic Metal Roofing Systems is pleased to introduce its new Slate Rock metal roofing system. Designed for homeowners who want the classic high-end beauty of slate roofing, Slate Rock utilizes the latest in metal roofing coatings for unsurpassed beauty. Slate Rock is a system of interlocking aluminum panels with concealed fasteners. Permanently rust-free and wind-resistant,… ( read more )

Did Your Home’s Roof Survive The Winter?

March 23, 2014 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Featured Post,Homeowner Tips

Your home’s roof provides its primary defense against the elements. For that reason, it makes sense to have your roof be in good condition and performing like it should be. Unfortunately, a harsh winter like the one we have just been through, can take a real toll on roofing materials. In some areas of the… ( read more )

Storm Damage: Has it Hit Your Roof?

July 4, 2012 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Featured Post,Homeowner Tips

Severe storms in recent weeks in many areas of the country have left roofs with storm damage by wind and hail. Homeowners who felt that they had years of service left in their roofs are frustrated as they face insurance claims and extensive repairs or replacement. Furthermore, even if repairs are possible, the damages have… ( read more )

Energy Efficient Roofing

April 28, 2012 | Filed under: Energy,Environmentally Friendly,Featured Post,Misc. Good News

Your roof probably plays a much bigger role in the energy efficiency of your home than you ever imagined. The selection of the right roofing system can keep your home cooler in the summer and reduce your energy costs. It can also keep your home healthier and, for folks in northern climates, avoid winter ice… ( read more )

Buying A New Roof Video Series Now Available

February 8, 2012 | Filed under: Buying A New Roof Videos,Environmentally Friendly

Classic Metal Roofing Systems president Todd Miller has created an eleven-part series of videos providing solid, “inside information” to help guide homeowners to a successful roofing purchase. This is a compilation of more than two hours of solid advice and “insider information” to help your next roof investment be successful. You will learn how to… ( read more )

What To Consider When Buying A New Roof

February 15, 2011 | Filed under: Homeowner Tips

Classic Metal Roofing Systems President Todd Miller was recently interviewed by the Metal Roofing Alliance and asked what homeowners should think about when buying a new roof. Here is what he had to say: