Our team at The Roofing Center has been doing all types of residential metal roofing in Utah and Montana, since 1984. Having used every type, manufacture, and style, we have found for Utah and Montana stone-coated steel to be one of the most durable and long lasting residential roofing systems on the market. Having worked with all manufacturers in the industry, we have an in-depth knowledge of the differences, functionalities, and styles of each brand.
Stone-Coated Steel in a shake look has the look of a traditional wood shake, with all the benefits of a stone-coated metal roof. With multiple colors, this is often a favorite for replacing traditional wood shakes, updating the look of a house, or trying to set it apart from other houses.
Concealed fastener shingle is our most popular residential roofing product we install. It provides the look of a high end architectural shingle roof, with the durability of steel roofing. Available in multiple colors, call today to learn how this style can update the look of your home and be the last roof you ever install!
For homeowners looking for a traditional clay or concrete tile look, metal tile is the right choice. Available in multiple different colors from traditional oranges and reds, to modern browns and grey, Metal tile is the perfect way to gain a tile look at a fraction of the weight. Not only is it more lightweight, but provides a more weather-tight roofing system and will withstand the extreme outdoor conditions in Utah and Montana!
Installed in over 80 countries, the Tilcor Roofing Systems product range offers exceptional strength and durability in the harshest climates. Watertight and fire and earthquake resistant, our pressed steel roofing tiles can withstand hurricane-force winds and are backed by a Tilcor Roofing Systems warranty.
A: No, the stone-coated steel design deadens the sound of the rain and even hail unlike a non-stone-coated metal roof. Many homeowners report this to be quieter than previous asphalt shingle roofs in storms.
A: No, many customers report a reduction in energy costs during summer and winter months. Also, a stone-coated roof can be installed over an existing roof, providing additional insulation from temperature extremes.
A: No, metal roofing is both an electrical conductor, and a non-combustible material.
A: Absolutely, stone-coated roofs are made of steel and designed to withstand the weight of people walking on them.
A: You may, stone-coated has a Class 4 hail rating - the highest rating UL offers. In many states, the Class 4 rating can earn a discount on homeowners insurance. Just ask your local agent for details in your state.
A stone-coated roof offers more value for your money. With a minimum 50 year life expectancy, you would have to purchase and install 2-1/2 shingle roofs for the cost of one metal roof. Like most products you buy, "you get what you pay for." A stone-coated roof offers more for your money. It is no bargain to put two roofs on your house because the first one was "cheaper" and subsequently failed. A stone-coated roof can last a lifetime. Stone-coated is also quite durable because the aluminum-zinc alloy coated steel enhances the superior weathering and corrosion resistance of each roofing panel.
A: The best in the industry. stone-coated roofing systems carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty including 120 mph winds, hail penetration for any size hail and manufacturing defects - including excessive granule loss. In addition, material and labor are covered for the first 20 years after that time, material is covered the remaining warranty period.
A: No, many stone-coated steel profiles and attractive ceramic stone granules do not resemble the standing seam roofs of the commercial industry; they add value and curb appeal to any roofing installation.
While a finished project is always a joy for customers, paying for home improvements is always work. We understand that oftentimes repairs to your most valuable asset don't follow the timeline we would like.
Because of this we work with many financing partners. Our main option is with a loan sourcing company called Hearth. We quickly pre-qualify you for loans from many providers and help you get many flexible options.