Standing Seam Roofs

Standing seam metal roofing is a concealed fastener roofing system. It is most popular for its beauty, durability, longevity, simplicity, versatility, energy efficiency, and its remarkably clean, bold looks.

Why Standing Seam Roofs?

If looks matter to you, the Standing seam is a high-end upgrade and an undisputed step up in quality and longevity from the classic corrugated and ribbed style metal roofs.

The improved design captures the great protection and durability of metal with ultra-sleek looks that metal roofs are not usually known for.

Is standing seam metal roof worth it?

Though they may be a more expensive option, the long lifespan and added benefits make it worth the cost increase for someone looking to get more from their roof.

How long do standing seam metal roofs last?
A well-installed standing seam metal roof system can last for more than 50 years.
How are standing seam metal roofs attached?
Standing seam consists of sheet metal roofing panels joined side by side and attached to the roofing deck with concealed fasteners. The connecting point where the two separate metal panels meet forms a vertically pointed rib or a seam that is one inch to an inch and a half high.
Can you walk on a standing seam metal roof?

Standing seam roofing can be walked on pretty much anywhere without damaging it. Metal tile roofing (ribbed panels that resemble ceramic tile or shake) should be walked on in the lower spots, closer to the roof decking. Corrugated panels are also safe to walk on as those are screwed right onto the roof decking.

What is the best color for a metal roof?

Such a roof can be reasonably expected to be some 50 to 60 degrees cooler than a dark color asphalt shingles roof. It is best to choose a light color metal such as white, light bronze, beige, peach, light green or blue, if you live in a region that has a lot of sun and a hotter climate.

How much does a standing seam metal roof cost installed?

The average roofing installation price for a standing seam metal roof costs anywhere between $23,000 to $30,000 depending on the slope, pitch, and size of your roof. You can expect to pay $8 to $14 per sq. foot or $800 to $1,400 per square installed on a standard sized single-story home.

What is the best type of metal roof?

Copper – Extremely long-lasting, very soft with low melting temperature.

Aluminium – Long-lasting, resistant to saltwater corrosion.

Zinc – Extremely long-lasting, resistant to corrosion and lowest melting point.

Steel – Three variations: galvanized, galvalume, and weathering steel (corten)

Why is standing seam metal roof so expensive?

Standing seams cost about $2.45 per linear foot. The thicker the metal material for your roof, the more expensive it becomes. However, you will find great value for its additional cost due to its quick but secure labor installation.

What gauge is standing seam metal roofing?

24 gauge (0.024”) is most common for standing seam systems, with a good amount of 26 gauge as well. Weight: Between 100 and 150 lbs.

Can you paint a standing seam metal roof?

Yes, you can! As long as you prepare the surface of your roof correctly, choose the right primers, paints and sealants, and apply your products correctly, painting your metal roof can extend its life and help make your home more energy-efficient.

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