METAL ROOFING STYLES
Lifetime Metal Roofing
Oxford Shingle’s low profile emulates the classic and clean look of an architectural shingles or slate, but with long-lasting beauty and efficiency that no other material can match.
Though particularly appealing on historic Victorian or Cape Cod style homes, the Oxford Shingle looks great and works hard on all sorts of applications. Because it is aluminum and has a very low profile, water sheds quickly, reducing the risk of leaks and damage caused by severe weather.
They are completely rust-resistant, providing clear superiority over similar steel roofing systems.
Developed by Classic Metal Roofing Systems in 2002, the Oxford Shingle stands up to weather with fully interlocking panels that install quickly and are completely rust resistant, ensuring beauty and value for a lifetime. Produced from heavy .024″ thick aluminum, these fully interlocking 12″ X 60″ panels install quickly and form a dependable weather barrier.
Kynar 500® is a registered trademark belonging to Arkema, Inc.
Hylar 5000® is a registered trademark belonging to Solvay
Classic Metal Roof Systems offers the industry’s most comprehensive lifetime limited warranty available. Our warranty guarantees your roof will not chip, peel, flake, blister, burn, rust, split, or crack with age. Additionally, our paint systems carry a non-pro-rated 30-Year Limited Warranty ensuring your roof’s finish will resist fade and chalk.
If you sell your home the warranty transfers to all future owners, extending 40 years from the point of installation. If your roof does experience a warranted failure, we will not only cover the cost of materials but workmanship to repair or replace your roof.
We provide a warranty of this level and coverage because our products and technology are proven. In over 30 years of roofing thousands of homes across the world, we have had fewer than ten warranted claims. We are proud of that track record and are committed to set new standards of excellence for years to come.
Cool roofs have been designed to reflect sunlight and absorb less heat than a normal standard roof.
Three quick tips for taking caring of and maintaining your metal roof.
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