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Roofing USA: The Best Metal Roofing Company In Charleston

Ready for a home transformation with a sleek, durable metal roofing system? Look to Roofing USA, Charleston's most trusted roofing authority. We're dedicated to delivering superior-grade materials, exceptional customer service, and an unparalleled commitment to excellence in residential roofing. Ensuring your home's safety and comfort is at the heart of what we do, with every shingle we lay and sheet metal we place.

If you have a vision for your new metal roof, our certified roofing specialists can help bring it to life. Choose from numerous eye-popping designs, such as standing seam panels or corrugated panels. There are also many paints and finishes to make your roof the best on the block.

What’s the Advantage of a Metal Roof?

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These Roofs Are Long Lasting

A metal roof typically lasts 40-50 years. However, with proper maintenance and care, some metal roofs can last as long as 70 years. Due to rust-proof coatings, they don’t corrode or crack, and there is less chance of a leak than traditional roofing systems. Many homeowners say longevity is their primary reason for choosing a metal roof!

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They Require Less Maintenance

While we still recommend having your roof serviced annually to protect its longevity, the list of services required for a metal roof is relatively short! Key maintenance items include treating any scuffs, scratches, or corrosion and replacing any aged fasteners.

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They Are Fire-Retardant

Most premium metal roofs are given a Class A Fire Retardant rating, so you don’t have to worry about your roof catching on fire if lightning strikes.

What Types of Metal Roofs Do We Install?

  • Aluminum Roofing
  • Copper Roofing
  • Corrugated Metal Roofing
  • Steel Roofing
  • Standing-Seam Metal Roofing
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Aluminum Roofing

Aluminum roofing is the durable value option among metal roofs. What it lacks in style, it makes up for in fire, wind, and impact resistance. Aluminum is lightweight and durable, with most shingles having seven layers of paint and primer.

Add to that their environmentally friendly material and structure, it is easy to recycle them when the time comes to replace them. It's clear why aluminum is an excellent material for metal roofs.

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Copper Roofing

Regardless of how long you have had one, the beauty of a copper roof is distinctive ages copper petina. Whether it’s brand new and shiny or sporting the distinctive green of aged copper, copper roofing can raise the value of your home substantially and will last for a lifetime.

In addition to its beauty, copper is strong and resilient, capable of easily withstanding fire, hail, and rot. With high thermal conductivity, it’s even capable of helping to drive down your energy costs year-round.
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Corrugated Metal Roofing

Corrugated metal is galvanized steel that is rolled into a pattern. The two most popular styles of corrugated metal are U-panel and R-panel.

Although patterns can vary, corrugated metal is stacked like tile. The corrugation runs perpendicular to the grooves in the steel. This process enhances the strength inherent in galvanized steel.

Corrugated metal is a cost-effective choice since it’s prefabricated. It is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, durable, and easily transported. Corrugated metal directs water off your roof, making it an excellent solution for your building.

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Steel Roofing

In many regards, steel is among the finest materials possible for your roof. Energy-efficient, recyclable, lightweight, durable, fire-resistant, and easy to install, its benefits are nearly too many to count! The fact that it is also highly customizable, allowing you to make it look like many other roofing types, only shows its demonstrates against its affordability.

Steel roofing lasts considerably longer than aluminum, zinc, or copper: upwards of 40 to 60 years with proper care against oxidation. That said, beware of the possibility of corrosion should you live near the coast or anywhere with extra moisture. Imitation slate, tile roofing, and even stone are all possible with a steel roof.

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Standing-Seam Metal Roofing

Standing seam metal roofing comes in a variety of seam types: snap-lock, mechanical lock, and batten panel. Each one interlocks differently and they provide different protection. Depending on your climate, you can choose a specific seam type to protect your building.

Because of the interlocking panels, the seams stand up higher than the roof itself. The standing seam is an aesthetic feature that makes standing seam metal roofs appealing and also protects the fasteners. Standing-seam metal roofs offer a wide range of colors, lengths, widths, thicknesses, and seam types. Of course, they are durable and cost-effective.

Metal Roof FAQs

What’s the cost of a metal roof in Charleston?
The average cost of a metal roof will depend on the size and slope of your roof and the type of metal you choose to install. Our roofing specialists will be happy to go over the different options with you and find the right match for your home.
Are there any disadvantages to metal roofs?
With metal roofs, there are a few things to consider. Metal roofs have a high upfront cost, but you will likely recoup your investment long-term because you won’t be replacing your roof as frequently. Color matching can also be difficult in the long term, but your roofer can help you find a close match.

Our Accreditations

Locals know that they can count on our services. We are a Veteran Owned and Operated Small Business that is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A rating and established as part of the Charleston Home Builders Association. On top of that, we are a GAF Master Elite Certified Contractor, which altogether results in a team that knows how to get a job done and is ready to do that job for you.