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Everything You Need To Know About The Matterhorn® Metal Roof

When it comes to residential roofing, you can never go wrong with a quality metal roof. In fact, in terms of brand, you’ll soon realize that you have no shortage of options. However, while the choices may be abundant, there is one metal roof that you shouldn’t overlook: the Matterhorn® metal roof by CertainTeed®.

In this post, All American Roofing discusses everything you need to know about the Matterhorn metal roof.

Features

If you wanted a stone tile roof but don’t find it practical, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn that the Matterhorn metal slate roof mimics the look of stone. This is because this particular material is authentically crafted and rendered in steel, with a wide range of color options designed to recreate the hues of stone. Apart from that, CertainTeed’s patented paint application also allows the metal roof to replicate the look of naturally mottled slate.

Benefits

The Matterhorn metal roof can bring you and your home numerous benefits. One of these is its superior wind, fire, and impact resistance. By installing this roof in your home, you can rest easy knowing that it can withstand almost anything that nature throws at it. The Matterhorn metal roof also has numerous green elements; since it’s coated with a PVDF Tri-Pigment Reflective Paint System, this roofing material can reflect a large amount of the sun’s rays compared to traditional roofs. Thanks to this, your air conditioning needs will be reduced, allowing you to save a significant amount on your energy bills.

Apart from hefty savings, you can also expect a longer life expectancy from your Matterhorn metal roof as it’s designed to last more than 50 years. And if you ever have to replace it, you need not worry about harming the environment as it is 100% recyclable.

Make your search for a roof insurance claims specialist easier by turning to All American Roofing. We are the area’s leading provider of roof repair and siding installation services. Give us a call at (405) 787-0400 or fill out our contact form to request a free consultation. We serve homeowners in OKC, Edmond, Norman and other nearby areas in OK.