Metal RoofingModern & Sleek
Metal roofing became common in the 1800s, often as a tin roof over houses or barns. Modern metal roof installation materials like aluminum and zinc are affordable, easy to transport, low-maintenance and beautiful—even with age, lasting upwards of 80 – 100 years.
Your metal roof can come in a variety of styles an colors. Metal reflects solar radiant heat, so can keep your home cooler and control energy costs in hot weather. Metal sheds rain and snow better than most other roof materials, which helps prevent ice dams during extreme cold. Additionally, metal roof materials are designed to meet the most-stringent building codes and wind uplift standards such as those of Miami Dade county in Florida.
You will need to consider additional insulation, solid substrates, or adding an attic to help with noise.
Costs can vary widely, with copper roofing being, by far, the most expensive. This is offset by durability and longevity.
As with clay tile, you will want to have your roof inspected after storms to check for damage from hail.
Why Choose Topline Roofing?
Our mission is to keep our customers’ buildings watertight and protect their properties and employees, all without disrupting regular business operations. From inspection and installation to repairs and maintenance, we obsess about workmanship and attention to detail, providing you a peace of mind. Our dedicated service and production crews attend mandatory safety and installation training on a regular basis.
What We Do
Since our founding, Topline Roofing & Restoration has been focused on providing superior service, untouchable quality, and total value to our customers. We believe the simple proposition, your roof is our reputation. Anyone can talk about how dedicated they are, or how they are the best ever…at the end of the day, the product is the proof. If your roof holds against the worst the weather can throw at it, that is all the reputation we need.
We commit to …
- Honesty & Transparency
- Quality Workmanship
- Quality Products
- Professionalism In All We Do