Commercial Metal Roofing

ARP Roofing & Remodeling

Professional Commercial Metal Roof Installation

Are you in need of a roof for your business that offers a multitude of benefits without compromise? If so, metal roof installation from us here at ARP Roofing & Remodeling could be the perfect fit for you and your desires. No matter what kind of business sector you’re in or the overall size of your business, chances are, working with commercial metal roofing contractors will make for an excellent business decision.

So Much More Than Meets The Eye

No matter the climate of your geographic area, metal roofing is designed to successfully stand up to all manner of weather. This is because metal roofing panels have such a tight lock that they’re easily able to withstand powerful winds, lashing rain, and moisture.

Additional benefits of commercial metal roofing include:

  • Metal is one of the most durable roofing materials, better ensuring the structure lasts you and your business for several years to come.
  • Because metal roofs are made from recycled materials, you have the satisfaction of knowing your structure is environmentally friendly. This fact could help you maintain your company’s sustainable reputation and business practices.
  • The support structure isn’t terribly stressed, due to the lightweight metal.
  • Should you decide to upgrade or add to your metal roof in the future, doing so will be a breeze.
  • Even if you don’t currently have much in the way of roof pitch, you still have great odds of minimizing your chances of experiencing a roof leak.
Take Cost-Effectiveness into Consideration

If yours is a smaller company, or if you don’t have much in the way of finances to contribute to your metal roof, know that it’s one of the most cost-effective material options. There’s no denying that metal is more expensive than shingles or asphalt, but we feel you’ll be much more satisfied over the long haul. This is because well-cared-for metal lasts longer than other materials. With a less expensive material, the initial money you save could be spent on maintenance and repairs. Over the years, that combined cost could actually be more than the up-front price of a metal roof. When it comes to major investments, we always recommend considering short-term sacrifice for long-term gain.

Are You Prepared For Options

Something else we like to point out with metal roof installation is the fact that you have a generous variety of options to choose from in terms of finish and colors. No matter the exterior color scheme or style of your commercial building, you’ll easily be able to find choices that both match and complement what’s already there.

More Than Roofing Installation
At ARP Roofing & Remodeling, our job isn’t done when we’ve finished installing your roof. Should you ever need a metal roof repair or replacement, let ours be the first (and last) number you call. Our technicians are experienced and certified for your complete peace of mind, no matter what kind of job we perform.
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Metal roofs can last 40-70 years or more, depending on the type of metal and maintenance.

Yes, there are metal roofing systems designed specifically for flat or low-sloped roofs.

Yes, common metal roofing materials include steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc, each with its own unique properties and aesthetic appeal.

Commercial metal roofing offers durability, longevity, energy efficiency, and low maintenance, making it a popular choice for businesses.

While commercial metal roofs are low-maintenance, periodic inspections and maintenance such as clearing debris and checking seals are recommended to ensure longevity.

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