Metal Roofing Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough, Holly Springs, Morrisville, New Hill, Pittsboro, Wake Forest, Angier, Benson, Clayton, Dunn , Fayetteville, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Knightdale, Lillington, Smithfield, Wendell, Willow Spring,

A metal roofing system that outlasts and outshines

A classic look that lasts

 

Metal roofing has exploded in popularity over the last 10 years and continues to grow. It's beautiful, environmentally friendly, and lasts much longer than other roofing materials.

If you're considering a metal roof for your home, you probably have a lot of questions about the process.

We've installed hundreds of metal roofs in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Fuquay-Varina, Angier, and the surrounding area over the past 30 years. Along the way, we've learned the best ways to make your new roof look amazing and last as long as it possibly can.

We don't let our experience hold us back, we continually train our team to stay on top of the latest techniques and advancements.

Unsure if a metal roof is the best option for you? We install all kinds of materials so we can give you honest advice on what would be best for your situation. Contact us today to schedule your free roof inspection. 

Our Metal Roofing Services


 

Metal Roof Financing

We have a program with Wells Fargo to finance your new metal roof, subject to credit approval. Learn more on our financing page.

Lifetime Warranty

Your new metal roof is designed to last - we make sure it does. Learn about the most common questions we receive about roof warranties on our warranty page.

Affordable Pricing

We use quality metal materials and best-practice installation techniques to ensure the investment you make in your new metal roof lasts.

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Metal Replacement Timeline

What steps are required for your metal roofing project? Over 30 years, we've developed a process that results in beautiful metal roofs that last a long time.

Roof Inspection & Selection

We'll come inspect your existing roof for free. Once you're ready to move forward with a metal roof, we'll help you pick the right materials and schedule the install.

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Roof inspection

Materials and Dumpster Arrive

In preparation for your installation date, the dumpster and new materials will be delivered to your home.

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Metal Roof Material Delivery

Protection & Removal

We start by placing tarps around your home to protect landscaping and collect debris. Then, we carefully remove your old roofing system.

3
Roof Tear Off

Decking Inspection and Replacement

We thoroughly inspect your roof decking and replace any sections with water damage.

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Roof Decking Example

Underlayment and Metal Installation

First, an underlayment is installed to protect your roof decking from moisture. Then, we install your chosen metal roofing material according to the manufacturers recommended methods.

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Metal Roof Installation

Site Cleanup and Final Walkaround

We thoroughly clean your yard, removing any roofing materials and nails and then complete a final inspection of your new roof.

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Green Metal Roof

Metal Roofing Questions

Does a metal roof cost more?

Yes- metal roofing is a premium roofing material that costs more than a traditional asphalt shingle roof. On average, a metal roof costs 2 - 3 times more up front than an asphalt shingle roof.

The benefit of a metal roof is it typically lasts much longer than other roofing materials and requires very little maintenance.

Are metal roofs louder in the rain?

A common question is whether metal roofs make more noise than asphalt shingle roofs. This question likely arises from peoples' experiences with open-framing metal roofs such as on a barn. These are loud because there is no insulation or material under the metal panels. On your home, there is a layer of wood decking then attic insulation to absorb the sound. On a typical home, metal roofing is not louder inside the home.

What colors and styles are available?

Metal roofing has increased in popularity over time and as a result the number of available styles has increased rapidly. There are hundreds of colors and styles available to fit your home.

Everything from the traditional red to dark brown or light silver, you can choose the color, panel style, ribbing style, and other features to match the style of your home.

How long should I expect my metal roof last?

There are many factors that affect how long your new metal roof will last. The materials you choose, design of your home, and weather events the roof is exposed to all play a role in how long it lasts. The average metal roof lasts between 40 - 50 years, though some last longer.

Are metal roofs environmentally responsible?

Most steel metal roofing panels contain recycled materials and can be recycled when the roof has reached its expected lifetime. Compared to asphalt shingle roofs, metal roofs result in significantly less landfill use and petroleum use even if used shingles are recycled.

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Thinking about a metal roof?


On Tops offers free roof inspections.


We'll send one of our professionally trained roofing specialists to completely review the condition of your roofing system. Next, we'll present you with options in a no-pressure consultative approach.