Were you lucky enough to design your own house and to have it built according to your specifications? On the other hand, were you an unlucky individual whose house was hit by hail or by a tremendous rain storm? Or, it might be that your existing roof is an old one and it is simply time to replace it. From selecting metal roofing to selecting an other material for your roof, here are some ideas that might help you.
Metal Roofing Services - Perhaps you have seen metal roofs on houses as you've driven in beautiful neighborhoods. If so, you might have thought that one day you would also have a modern roof installed as part of your home design. The great thing about metal roofs is that, besides being really attractive, they will go with any type house you select. In addition, a metal roof will last for a very long time, even during severe weather.
The traditional gray metal roofs aren't your only choices. A turquoise metal roof would definitely add pizzaz to your house. Or, consider a light blue metal roof. The agent who sells metal roofs will have many pictures that show the different colors on houses they have done in the past.The agent will have the experience to recommend a metal roof that will complement your house.
Other Roofing Choices - Perhaps you have always wanted a terra cotta tile roof. If so, find out if your house will have the strength for the weight of a tile roof. If metal roofing or if a tile roof are both too costly, consider a shingle roof. Again, shingle roofs come in many colors. Choose a color that will go well with the facade of your home. For example, if your house is painted a light gray, then dark gray shingles will probably be a great choice.
If you wanted a tile roof but it is too costly or your house won't hold the weight, don't be disappointed. Both metal roofs and shingle roofs can give your house the look of a more expensive tile roof. Picture either a terra cotta metal roof or a terra cotta shingle roof in your mind. Or, color a picture of a shingle roof or a metal roof with a terra cotta color crayon. See how the picture takes on the look of a traditional terra cotta colored tile roof? It's magic!