Metal Roof Replacement in Green Bay
Metal Roof Replacement from Overhead Solutions
The commercial roofers at Overhead Solutions offer superior metal roof replacement in Green Bay. Once used only for barns and industrial buildings, metal roofing has become increasingly popular over the past 10 years for residential use. Besides being exceptionally durable (typical lifespan of 50 years), they reflect the sun’s heat so homes stay cooler in summer.
Today, homeowners and businesses have several options for metal roofing. Overhead Solutions repairs, replaces and installs 4 types of metal roofing.
Metal Roof Types
Standing seam metal roofing
Typically used on cabins and industrial buildings. Attaching screws are hidden by an overlapping panel. Overhead Solutions uses 24-gauge steel panels for maximum resistance to denting from hail and other damage in Green Bay’s harsh weather.
Pole building metal roofing
This is the type of roofing you usually see on barns. It’s similar to standing seam metal roofing, but uses 26-gauge steel and has exposed metal screws. This roofing offers a bit more protection from the elements than standing seam metal roofing.
Painted metal shingles
Metal shingles come in a range of colors and textures, making it easy to find something that complements your home’s design and color theme. Made with 26-gauge steel, their durability and longevity are on par with standing seam and pole building metal roofing.
Stone-coated steel shingles
DECRA Roofing Systems originated the stone-coated steel shingle, and it’s the only one we recommend and install. In addition to exceptional durability (50 years minimum, with virtually no maintenance!), DECRA shingles offer a range of colors, textures and styles sure to work with just about any home.
Can metal roofing be installed over an existing roof?
If your existing roof is an asphalt shingle roof and the shingles aren’t excessively cupped at their edges or deteriorating, we can probably put metal roofing over top of it. Usually, it’s not recommended to cover over a roof with two or more layers of shingles. The best way to know if it’s possible or not is to have one of our Green Bay roofers come take a look. We can get you a quote for the work while we’re out to look at your roof.