This Swedesboro, NJ home took some storm damage resulting in a leaky roof that needed replacement. For flair and performance, we installed Owens Corning shingles and standing seam metal over the dormers and bay window. The custom flashing optimizes the vulnerable points, like the chimney and skylights, for proper water management to prevent leaks, while the new shingles are designed for strong performance.
For this metal shingle roof installation in Malvern, PA, we completely replaced the existing cedar shake roof. These old cedar shakes were actually 45 years and the years have really done a number to this roof. The homeowner wanted a metal roof with a similar look and would last at least as long as the old cedar shakes without dropping performance or appearance over time. Metal shingles provided the look and the durability we were going for. These metal shingles are actually tested to withstand hurricane level winds and will last a lifetime. This means that in 45 years, this home won't be missing shingles, won't be worn and cracked, and will still look beautiful.
This metal shingle roofing project in Media, PA is just another prime example of how our metal shingles are able to bring the definition and appeal back to old roofs. This two-layer asphalt roof needed a full replacement after 20 years as some shingles began to fall out and leaks began to form. For this project, we used metal slate shingles to give the home a traditional look for less. We also replaced the trim around the roof line and behind the gutters. Our metal roof installations are guaranteed to last a lifetime and complement any style house it's added to.
If you're looking to upgrade the home's windows and roof like this colonial home in Media, PA, fiberglass and metal is the perfect choice. Asphalt shingles don't offer as much durability especially in the face of hurricane-level weather. Our metal roofs hold up in strong winds, when taking impacts from debris, etc. Plus, our metal roofs can boost your home's energy efficiency. This can also be said about the new fiberglass windows. Infinity windows are built for reliability, energy efficiency, and durability.