Metal roofing is a popular choice for many homeowners and business owners in Idaho due to its durability, energy efficiency, and longevity. At All County Roofing, we are experts in the installation, repair, and maintenance of metal roofs.
We use only the highest quality materials and the latest techniques to ensure that your new metal roof is both beautiful and functional. Our team of certified professionals has the experience and expertise to handle any project, big or small.
We offer a wide range of services including new roof installation, re-roofing, repairs, and maintenance. Our team can also help you choose the right type of metal roofing material for your specific needs, whether that be standing seam, corrugated, or any other type.
We believe in transparent and fair pricing, and we will provide you with a free, no-obligation estimate before we begin any work. We strive to deliver the best value for our customers by providing excellent service at an affordable price.
Don’t trust your roof to just anyone. Choose the metal roofing experts in Idaho. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and receive a free estimate.
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Standing Seam Metal Roofing
This is a standing seam metal roof on a house and a barn in Kuna, Idaho.
5 Factors to Consider Before Installing A Metal Roof
When protecting your home or building, choosing the best roofing material is crucial. Metal roofing is a popular choice for many homeowners and builders due to its durability, longevity, and aesthetic appeal. But before installing a metal roof, there are a few factors to consider.
The slope of the roof: Metal roofing is best suited for steep slopes with a pitch of 2/12 or higher. It's not ideal for flat roofs as water can accumulate on the metal panels, causing rust and other damage.
Cold weather: Installing a metal roof in a cold climate requires additional attention to ensure water tightness. It's essential to work with a roofing company that has experience with cold-weather metal roofing. Special underlayments, fasteners, and closures must be used to prevent issues such as ice dams and leaks.
Proper ventilation: A properly ventilated roof is crucial to the longevity of your metal roof. Improper ventilation can cause a roof to age prematurely and increase the risk of moisture and mold in the attic.
Metal gauge: For areas that receive significant snowfall, 24-gauge metal is recommended. Lighter gauges can warp or bend in cold weather, which can lead to issues with ice dams.
Cost: It's important to note that in the last few years, the cost of metal roofing is higher than traditional shingle roofing. While it may have once been considered a cheaper option, it is no longer the case.
At All County Roofing in Boise, Idaho, we have over 39 years of experience installing metal roofs. Our team of experts is well-equipped to handle any metal roofing project and will work with you to ensure your new roof is both functional and beautiful. Contact us today at 208-322-7663 for a free estimate.