We offer quality steel roofing at an affordable price


We offer a transferable lifetime warranty!


Our product is environmentally-friendly and recyclable.


Requires very minimal maintenance.


Steel will not catch fire protecting your home from fires.


Lasts 50+ years.


Increases the resale value of your home.


No significant increase in noise, sometimes more quiet than other products.


Reflects up to 70% of the sun rays thus reducing the heat transfer by as much as 34%.


Offers one of the lowest weight-per-square-foot metrics of any roofing material.


We offer the following styles of steel sheets

MS-1: Flat Steel Sheets

ms-1 sheet steel roofing style
ms-1 sheet steel roofing style

MS-2: Ribbed Steel Sheets

ms-2 sheet steel roofing style
ms-2 sheet steel roofing style

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Find answers to common questions about steel roofs

Since it is 100% recyclable, steel is an inherently environmentally friendly material. Recycled steel is used extensively in the production of new steel. Therefore, not only does each steel roof contain a portion of recycled material, but it can also be completely recycled at the end of its useful life. Steel roofs help keep hundreds of tons of used roofing material out of our landfills each year.
Contrary to popular belief, steel roofing is very lightweight compared to other roofing materials. Depending on the system, it can be up to 50% lighter than some asphalt roofs. No additional support is needed. In fact, steel roofs can be light enough to be installed directly over existing roofs without stripping off the old material at a significant cost savings.
One of the great features of a steel roof is its ability to shed snow and prevent ice dams from forming. Ice dams are notorious for causing ceiling leaks and can result in thousands of dollars worth of damage.
No, lightning is no more of a concern for a steel-roofed house than for a house with any other type of roof. Also with a lighter colored roof more light will be reflected than with a shingle roof.
In some cases, strapping can be installed directly over top of the existing roof. Not only does this save the time and labour involved in stripping the old roof, but it also eliminates disposal costs and keeps hundred of pounds of roofing materials out of landfills. Your individual contractor will have to evaluate whether this is a suitable option for your house.
While the life span of any building product will depend on the aggressiveness of the local environment, studies show that you can expect a steel roof to last at least 2 to 3 times longer than a regular asphalt shingle roof. In general terms, count on a metal roof lasting 40 to 60 years and beyond, where the average life span of an asphalt roof would be 12 to 20 years. Made of oil impregnated paper or fiberglass, asphalt begins to deteriorate as soon as you expose it to normal weather. Asphalt shingles are also subject to biological attack from mold and other destructive organisms. A metal roof, on the other hand, is inorganic and will never decompose. A steel roof will last even longer with minimal maintenance (e.g. periodic washing). Post painting when necessary will also extend the product life.
It is difficult to provide a standard figure since roofs vary considerably in size, condition and complexity, and whether shingle removal, insulation and membrane is requested, but simple installations can start from as little as $6 per square foot.

Steel roofs are designed to meet or exceed the strict wind and water penetration standards set out by the local building codes. Extensive testing is done to ensure they comply with these requirements. In addition, steel roofs have some special characteristics that make them exceptionally resistant to severe weather, including hail, ice and wildfires.

Steel is very resistant to structural impact damage from hail, and will not chip or crack like tile and slate roofs.

Heavy ice & snow: Steel roofs shed snow and ice better than typical roofing materials, preventing excessive snow build-up and ice dams.

Wildfires: Steel is a non-combustible material and will not spread fire. Consequently, it will resist the heat from windblown sparks that are commonly associated with wildfires, keeping your home safer.

Steel roofing makes economic sense and adds to the value of your home. Your roof's long life, durability, low maintenance requirements, and lasting aesthetic appeal will all be strong selling points. Prospective buyers will take notice of this feature when the time comes for you to sell.
Not always, some roofing manufacturers require strapping to fasten down their products, so they should be consulted. In a re-roofing application strapping can be useful to provide better anchorage to the roof trusses and to level out the roof surface. There is also some advantage to having an air space behind the roofing, but not all manufacturers insist on it. Consult the manufacturer.
Residential steel roofing is available in many shapes and forms. The forming process provides not only strength, but when coupled with high build finishes, absorbs and deadens much of the noise. With the home insulation standards of today, you should not notice any difference in noise levels between roofing materials.
Very little maintenance is needed for steel roofs. The roofs can be periodically washed to remove any debris. In the long term, occasionally repainting your roof will extend its life by decades. Your contractor or manufacturer can give you further instruction on roof care.
Residential steel roofing is available in a number of styles and types. In addition to profiles that are distinct to steel (like standing seam, vertical rib and corrugated), many steel roofing styles replicate other traditional roofing materials including shingle, slate, clay tile, and cedar shakes. Once again, offerings may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Consult with your contractor or a manufacturer's representative. To view examples of the various styles, please visit our gallery.
Paint coatings that are available include modified polyester, fluorocarbon (Kynar), and PVC (plastisol) coatings. The choice of a paint system will depend on the architecture of your roof, the local environment, and the desired performance. Your contractor or manufacturer can discuss the options with you and help you to determine which paint type would be most suitable for your particular home.
Steel has been successfully used for roofing on commercial and institutional buildings for over 50 years. This long track record has shown steel roofing to be an attractive, versatile, and durable product, with a lifespan 2 to 3 times longer than conventional roofing products. In addition, over the product life cycle, steel roofing is extremely cost effective. Residential construction is just beginning to realize the numerous benefits of steel roofing. A steel roof will add a distinctive elegance to your home while providing this host of additional benefits.
No, steel roofs have no notable effect on reception.
The characteristics of metal are such that it absorbs and dissipates heat quickly. As with any material, colour is one of the governing factors related to reflectivity and absorption. Experience shows that installing a metal roof on your home should not affect your energy requirements, and could in fact reduce it.
Methods of installing accessories like satellite dishes on steel roofs have been developed, and are easily followed. Your contractor or local building supply store should be able to give you specific instructions.

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