There are many metal roofing systems on the market, but the standing seam type is perhaps the most popular. The term “standing seam” refers to the apparent raised seams, creating vertical lines from the ridge to the eaves.
Getting your roofing system regularly and professionally inspected is good practice. It means you don’t wait for problems to occur before addressing them. After all, many leaks happen because of issues that have been undiscovered or ignored for a long time.
Treadlite Roofing is one of the few roofing companies in the area with the coveted GAF Master Elite® roofing certification. This recognition isn’t just for show; as a Master Elite roofer, we have access to GAF’s wide selection of premium asphalt shingle systems. The most popular is the Timberline Ultra HD® Shingles, a premium dimensional roof that’s engineered with aesthetics and performance in mind.
Asphalt shingles remain the most reliable and practical choice for residential homes and small businesses. They have excellent weather resistance and durability, and can last as long as 30 years with proper care and maintenance.
Roofing materials affect the overall lifespan of roofing systems, but installation can also affect how long it lasts. This is especially true for steep-slope roofs, which are trickier to install than other roofs.