What makes a metal roof special?
It holds up longer than regular shingles.
You have our promise, and we’ll seal it with a 50-year guarantee. It doesn’t get more secure than that!
Ways we can build your metal roof:
San Antonio can experience extremes in weather conditions.
For this reason, a metal roof can be a very wise choice. We especially recommend installing metal roofs for your home or business if you are the sort of person who does not want to think about the upkeep and maintenance of your property.
Asphalt, unlike a metal roof, needs touch ups every ten or fifteen years. Sure, the initial installment may be more expensive, but San Antonio's Done Right Roofers promises to give you the best service at the most reasonable cost.
Remember: Having a metal roof will make your home more valuable! Not only will it keep the interior well protected, but should you wish to move and sell your house, it will have a higher market price thanks to this roofing investment.
San Antonio can get very hot!
Having a metal roof will deflect the sun beams from your home, keeping you and your family cooler, and air conditioning costs down.
Common Types of Metals Used for Texas Roofs:
Aluminum is very light. Steel weighs about three times as much! Aluminum roofs are also a good choice because they are green. They are completely recyclable, and require very little energy to create. Furthermore, Aluminum roofs are weather resistant and will last you a very long time.
Ask us about the beautiful Oxford Metal Shingle!
Copper is a keeper. Many buildings from the 1700s still have their original copper roofs today! Basically, unless you have discovered the fountain of youth somewhere in San Antonio, then a copper roof will outlast us all! It doesn't come cheap, but it does get more and more precious as it ages. This is one investment that will be sure to increase the value of your home or commercial property! Another reason to choose copper is the beautiful aging process. Copper is attractive in its raw form, and continues to please the sense of sight as it deepens in hue and, eventually, forms a patina of green.
Titanium is one of the lightest metals. It is a solid choice. Resistant to the elements and easily formed, titanium is one of our highly sought after metal roofs.
Copper-Coated Stainless Steel
See the information copper. Well, copper coated stainless steel isn't much different! This roof will actually be LESS expensive than a copper roof, but will be stronger. Best of all, it will look the same as any copper roof out there, complete with the romantic aging process from shiny copper to austere green.