Decra Roofing Services
Stone-Coated Steel Roofing
Decra roofing is a stone-coated steel roofing system which is attractive, lightweight and long-lasting. Likewise, Decra roofing is more environmentally friendly than other material. It is an excellent choice for eco-extensions and new builds. Steel roofs are virtually maintenance free! They create a thick shield around your home, keeping it safe from poor weather conditions and eliminate most of the repair costs associated with traditional roofing.
Stone coated steel roofing has a Class A fire rating designed to withstand 120 mph winds. Steel is naturally resistant to impact, and can withstand hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter. You can recycle stone-coated steel roofing should you choose to remove it, which is wonderful for the environment. They are a great choice for many homeowners and have a variety of styles and colors to choose from.
Decra metal roofing’s origins stem back to WW2 England. Stone and road tar camouflaged the standard, corrugated roofs from air raids. When the war ended, it became apparent the potential such a combination had for the roofing industry.
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Should I buy a DECRA Roof?
Decra roofing will typically be a bit more expensive, but the value of the roof is high. The life-span of a Decra roof is minimum, 50 years. It really just depends on your budget and intentions for the home during install. If you know you will be there for a long time, it could be very wise investment.
Decra roofs combine the practicality and durability of a corrugated roof, with the elegance and style of tile, asphalt, or shake. Additionally, the granules adhered to the metal offer a noise dampening effect allowing you to enjoy quiet during rainfall.
Another great aspect of Decra roofing is that the typical install design, allows consistent ventilation in the attic. The ventilation prevents your home from becoming too hot in the summer and reduces the risk of ice dams during the winter.
Homeowners can have difficulty replacing naturally occurring stone material as they are unique to their sourced location. Since Decra manufactures their material entirely, this is not an issue. Pigment colors the granules, then an oven bakes them at a high temperature.
3M manufactures the granules for Decra, adding to the functionality and consistency of Decra's final product. The ceramic coating reflects a greater portion of the sun’s infrared wavelengths. This will keep the home cooler in hot environments. For more information about Decra roofing, please visit their website. Address all questions regarding pricing, install times, and colors VIA phone or email. We’re happy to help!
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