A metal roof is an affordable way to have a forever roof; it’s lighter-weight and less expensive than slate; it comes in a variety of colors and styles; it withstands even the most punishing storms, and it requires little maintenance. Centennial Roofing is a leader in metal roof installation in Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, and Georgia. Call us at 615-278-6600 for a free consultation and estimate.
- Conveniently located in Middle Tennessee, close to Nashville
- Fast and efficient service – minimize the disruption to your routines
- Licensed, bonded, insured
- In-house insurance adjusters
- Free inspections
- Independently certified roof inspectors
- Comprehensive written estimates
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
Metal roofs are attractive, energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable, and cost-efficient. At Centennial Roofing, we are experienced providers of all kinds of roofing installation and maintenance/repairs.
Our number one goal is your complete satisfaction!
Why Choose a Metal Roof?
Initial costs for metal roofing are higher than for asphalt, but because these roofs endure tornados, temperature extremes, hail, and other damage, they require little maintenance. Maintenance is often repainting the roof rather than major repairs or replacement.
A metal roof can last more than 50 years even in the Southeast, where temperature extremes (lower than 32 degrees or higher than 85 degrees) are common.
Metal roofing can be made to look exactly like common roofing materials such as asphalt shingle, cedar shake, clay tile, or slate roofing; while it will look like these materials, it will be far more durable.
You can also opt for a metal roof that has exposed hardware for a bolder look.
Paint options and coatings mean that the roof does not add to your utility bills; it should, in fact, lower them.
Further, metal paints and other coatings are far more resistant to fading and cracking than are the paints or coating used for other roofing materials.
Metal roofs can withstand light to medium hail without any problems. Even heavier hail will cause fewer problems to a metal roof than to standard roofs.
Metal roofs are also resistant to algae and other growth.
What about the noise?
Metal roofing is designed with sheathing that attaches to the underlayment. Not only does this help improve the energy efficiency and performance of a metal roof, but it also helps to silence the noise of extreme weather, rain, hail, or anything else that might wake you at night. In fact, many metal roofs are quieter than asphalt roofs.
Metal roofs can withstand decades of abuse from high winds, hailstorms, snow, and even wildfires.
In and around Middle Tennessee, every car owner knows that touching metal that has been in the sun is a painful experience. You might worry that the same problem plagues metal roofs, which would heat up your house. In fact, the bonded coatings keep the roof and attic cooler than materials such as slate, wood, and asphalt.
Heat and sun cause most roofing materials to break down rapidly. They dry out, crack, curl, and disintegrate, which allows leaks to enter the home. Metal, however, is as close as possible to being impervious to heat and sun.
Your metal roof will not allow more heat to escape the home than any other roof, but it will prevent external heat from entering the house, which will make the air conditioning unit’s job easier during warmer months. Insulated metal roofs help maintain a comfortable temperature inside, regardless of the heat (and any humidity) outside.
Call Centennial Roofing at 615-278-6600.