Tin Roofing

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Tin roofing is still used on many buildings and properties today, as it is a classic roofing material with many advantages. At Action 1 Roofing, we can help you find a roofing company to help you with this material. We work with companies that have the experience, knowledge, and expertise to install, repair, or even replace your roof of any size. Each company we partner with has proven themselves to be skilled and dedicated to doing high-quality work no matter the job.

Tin Roofing Styles, Colors, and Tones

If you are interested in having a tin roof installed, it’s important to know that tin roofing is made from rolled steel that’s topped with a coating of tin. Both of these materials are bonded together permanently using high heat, making the material incredibly durable and crack resistant. Standing seam metal and flat-lock tin are the most common types of tin roofs that are installed today. Both styles of roofing are bound to wood sheathing and require the expertise of a trained professional to install.

When it comes to your color choices for a tin roof, you might be surprised to learn you have many options. Clay, green, white, black, brown, stone, blue, and red are some of the most common colors. However, there are many more available in solid colors as well as a range of shades from dark to light. This can make it much easier to customize your roof so that it matches the rest of your property.

Tin Roofing Costs & Life Expectancy

Tin roofing can cost anywhere from $3 to $15 per square foot to be installed, although this greatly depends on a variety of factors. Some of these factors include:

  • Size of roof
  • Style of material
  • Availability of color
  • Accessibility
  • Repairs
  • Pitch and slope

Since there are so many factors that can impact the price, it’s important to have a roofer give you an estimate before you make any decisions. By getting an estimate, you’ll be able to create a realistic budget and make style and color choices that might cost you extra.

If you were to use pure tin as your roofing material, you wouldn’t get much life out of it. However, with the tin roofing described above, you can expect to have it on your building for at least 50 years. Fortunately, maintenance on this tends to be easy as long as it’s done by a trained professional. Repairs are also important to keeping this type of roof in good shape and preventing damage from getting worse.

Benefits of Tin Roofing:

Easy to Maintain

If you want a roofing material that does not require a lot of work to maintain, then tin blended with rolled still is a great choice. Maintenance once per year is generally enough to keep it in good shape.

Longevity

You can count on this type of tin roofing to last 50 years or even longer if you have regular maintenance and repairs done. This makes it well worth the investment, especially if you’re covering a large roof.

Durable

Tin roofing is durable and able to withstand water, high winds, snow, hail, and more. It can also stay in good shape even with high heat from the sun.

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Action 1 Roofing will find a qualified roofing team to help you take care of your roof. Whether you need a tin roof installed or maintained, you can rely on us to find a skilled, experienced, insured, and licensed roofing team to help.

Inspection

We only work with roofers who do thorough inspections of properties before they begin working. This allows them to give more accurate quotes and determine if additional work is needed before installation can be done.

Repair

If your roof needs repaired, our team at Action 1 Roofing will connect you with the right roofer for the job. We know how important repairs are to the integrity of your roof, so we make sure things are done right the first time.

Replacement and Re-Roof

Action 1 Roofing finds companies that have extensive experience installing new tin roofs and helping customers with re-roofing projects as well. If you need help with your roof, we’ll make sure the job gets done.

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