Most modern metal roofs are made of corrugated galvanized steel, which is a steel sheet dipped in molten zinc. Aluminum, copper, tin, and stainless steel are also some of the materials used in commercial metal roofing & wall systems. Coatings may also be applied to provide some extra protection from water, rust, and destructive UV rays.
Anderson Metal Roofing and Shingles provides high quality and low-maintenance roofing products for customers. These products are reliable for commercial applications and they don’t sacrifice the aesthetic value or the longevity of a building. Our elaborate portfolio, seamless installation, and flexibility in design make Anderson Metal Roofing and Shingles the perfect roofing company for a wider variety of commercial buildings. We help save time and can develop customized designs to the customer’s liking and visual specifications.
Some of the common commercial roofing applications include:
- Retail Stores
- Office Structures
- Auto Dealerships
- Auto Repair Shops
- Product Warehouses
- Storage Facilities
- Car Wash Facilities
Our metal roofs and wall panels are of the required standards and meet the requirements of various roof slopes, shapes, and building designs. They can also stand various loads and weather conditions such as hailstorms, hurricanes, and extreme winter.
Why Should You Consider a Metal Roof for Your Business?
A metal roof is a worthwhile investment for any business. Metal roofing materials are considerably long-lasting compared to other commercial roofing materials. Maintenance costs, monthly energy costs, and resale value are all factors that should be considered when replacing a roof. Considering the benefits that can be accrued, replacing an old roof with a new commercial metal one is worthwhile.
Did you know that a metal roof can last 40-60 years? That represents up to 3 times the lifespan of the typical asphalt shingle roof. With a metal roof, you don’t have to worry about durability. Its extended lifetime is one of the main reasons customers continue to choose it for their businesses. The chances that a metal roof is the last one you will need to install on your business are quite high.
More commercial premise owners continue to choose metal roofs by the day, not only for their durability but also for the excellent aesthetic options. Go through the options we offer online or reach out to us to what out what we have in store for you.
Which Structures are fit for Metal Roofs?
Metal roofing applies to a range of commercial buildings, including retail shops, corporate offices, educational buildings, tech centers, healthcare offices, and warehouses.
Is a Metal Roof Noisy?
The sound that results from rain and hail on typical shingles can be compared to that of a metal roof. Metal roofs are installed over felt, plywood, synthetic underlayment, or even an existing roof. Such interior barriers help reduce sound levels.
Metal Wall Panels & Systems
Our metal wall panels include insulated, single skin, concealed fastener, exposed fastener, and interior wall liners. Most of these can be insulated both horizontally and vertically to provide extra flexibility. Our metal siding panels can be used for new installations or retrofitting established structures. Their common application includes retail, self-storage, educational, residential, agricultural, and industrial buildings. We have 22, 24, 26, and 29 gauge metal sidings that come in various finishes, colors, and protective coatings. Our sales personnel are ready to work with you to find the metal wall panels that fit the structural requirements and aesthetic needs.
Advantages of Metal Walls
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Suitable for all weather conditions
- Modern appearance
- Simple installation
- Design flexibility
- Durability and corrosion resistance
- Options for new construction and retrofit
Contact Us Today for More Information about Commercial Metal Roofing and Walls
Let Anderson Metal Roofing and Shingles help you with your next project. Contact us and let us know what you need and we promise to deliver the best services for all of your maintenance needs.