The process of tearing off roof components to prepare your Phoenix or Tucson home for its new, gleaming metal roof combines skill, muscle, and accuracy. And don’t worry—we always protect your Chuparosa shrubs!
Most homeowners have some kind of toolbox. Sure, it might only be a kitchen drawer, but we will guess you have at least a hammer, some pliers, and a few screwdrivers. Could you install a glistening new metal roof with those? Nope. Here are seven tools essential for professional metal roof installation.
What is the best flavor of ice cream? That’s sure to start a friendly disagreement. What is the best roofing material? Ah, another battle of words, no doubt. Your neighbor likes tile; your relatives live under shingle roofs. And yet, for most Arizona homeowners, one clear answer rings true: metal roofing.
Poor piggies. The term “piggyback,” as in asking two questions in one sentence such as “Do metal roofs need maintenance and can they rust?” has nothing to do with pigs. It comes to us from the word “pickapack,” as in “worn on the shoulders like a pack.” A piggybacked question — one that smooshes two …
Jonathan, the world’s oldest known tortoise at 190 years old, is aging with style. Though he has lived through 40 U.S. presidents, he still enjoys the charms of Emma, a female Seychelles giant tortoise. Jonathan is aging well. Are our roofs as lucky? Here is how to know if your shingle roof is aging.
Steel melts at 2,750 ℉, according to the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. Wildfire is terrifying, but its temperatures climb nowhere near steel’s melting point. Wildfire temperatures range from 212 ℉ to 1,472 ℉. Most Minnesotans would feel safest under a metal roof. Steel’s high melting point is only one of many benefits of a …
Keeping “everything in-house” means one company performs all aspects of a job, like making custom kitchen cabinets or installing metal roofing. Doing the work “in-house” protects the customer, company, and finished product (whether a breakfast island or a standing seam metal roof). Nothing escapes the discerning eyes of the people making the item.