Residential metal roofing is one of the fastest growing segments of

Metal Roofing

Residential metal roofing is one of the fastest growing segments of home improvement !

Residential metal roofing is one of the fastest growing segments of home improvement – more than quadrupling its market share over the past decade. The benefits offered by today’s metal roofs allow homeowners to upgrade their homes with products of lasting value. While other roofs quickly diminish in value as they age, metal roofs provide the following lasting benefits:

: Proven performance expectation of 50+ years

: Beautiful styles to match any home or neighborhood

: Interlocking panels for maximum wind resistance

: Fire resistance

: Energy efficiency by keeping homes cooler

: Low weight to help preserve structural integrity and life

Asphalt can require re-roofing every 12 to 20 years, with the average age of roofing replaced in the U.S. being only 17 years. That’s because asphalt roofing, being made of oil impregnated paper or fiberglass, begins to deteriorate as soon as you put it on your roof. Just normal weather and the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays add to an asphalt roof’s deterioration. A metal roof, however, will not decompose. A light-colored metal roof actually deflects UV radiation, keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. With home heating costs doubling in the last year, you may be surprised to learn that metal roofs are excellent insulators. Not only will a metal roof keep your house comfortable, regardless of the weather outside, it can actually lower your air conditioning and heating bills. And unlike asphalt and other roofing styles, a metal roof can withstand just about everything Mother Nature throws at it.

Have your new metal roof installed by Jack Hall Jr’s, a contractor doing business in Florida for over 35 years. We also have riser pan metal roofing that is great for roof overs, patios and carports.


Pole Barn Screw Bag of 250 1" Painted Ivy Green Screw 1/4" Hex Head with Rubber Seal & Metal Washer Metal Roofing Steel Siding to Wood Fastener
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  • QTY: 250 per bag.

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There should be a leg of a metal angle piece

Hanging down off the roof called a drip edge.
Now I don't know without seeing it how the sider made the roof/wall terminition.
I get a feeling he used the lock at the bottom of the siding as a locked in point and floated the top up under some kind of angle coming off the roof, without any fastners,clips,trim on the top. But-- There might/should be a vynal trim piece under the roof that the top edge of the siding slips into.[It is small and the same color so maybe you didn't notice it] So as you slide the siding up to engage the bottom snap, you feed the top of the siding into the termination strip

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  • Avatar carlamac100k I am building a tin metal carport / man cave?
    Feb 27, 2012 by carlamac100k | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

    I want the outside to be red tin all the way around the building outside. when you buy sheets of tin, will the sheets be red on both sides or just red on one side of the tin. Is the tin red though & though or just red one sided?

    • It depends on the company you go with, but almost all of them are only painted on the top.

  • Avatar David Looking to build open carport w/6x6 posts?
    Apr 04, 2011 by David | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

    Have a project to build a freestanding carport w/6x6 treated posts. Total dimensions are 22' x 24'; 10' to 12' total height; 7' purlin clear height @ front and back; hip roof on each end w/14' ridge @ apex. Double gara …t the posts on piers or have them placed in ground? Factored in 4 posts/side (8 total). What options to carry load for front and back openings?

    Any suggesstions on these ideas would be greatly appreciated?

    • We had the same problem We got a smith/ metal worker to make up steel shoes for the posts and bolted these down to the concrete slabs under the carport. Lay very thick large slabs on the other side of the carport to matc …glass so giving some light and keeping the load to a minimum. Check if planning permission is needed.

      The carport lasted twenty years and is still there as far as we know. Stood up to the hurricane in 1987