BEAUTIFUL ROOFING THAT ENDURES THE TEST OF TIME
Stone-coated steel roofs are 26 gauge zinc coated metal panels with an epoxy coating imbedded with colored granules. They are available in 5 basic profiles: pine-crest shake, granite-ridge shingle, cottage shingle, barrel-vault tile, pacific tile. They come in 27 colors to match any style of home or business. These roofs are extremely strong and hold up very well in the harsh Nebraska weather.
McKinnis is one of the largest installers of Boral metal roofs in Nebraska. Stone-coated metal roofing systems are not easy to install compared to your standard asphalt shingle roof. Therefore, it takes a very meticulous installer to put these roofs on correctly. McKinnis installs these roofs knowing that this may be the last roof installed on the house and must be done correctly the first time. Our installation crews have been expertly trained and have years of experience with stone-coated steel. As with any type of roofing, no matter how good of a product you use, it is only as good as the installation.
BENEFITS OF STONE COATED STEEL ROOFS
Class 4 UL 2218 hail rating and Class A fire rating: Qualifies for a discount on most insurance premiums.
Energy Efficient: Saves homeowner thousands of dollars on energy bill over a fiberglass shingle.
Aesthetically Appealing: These roofs look amazing and give your home excellent curb appeal.
Test of Time: Stone coated steel has been installed in the U.S. for over 50 years.
50 Year Manufacturer Warranty: Boral actually writes hail into their warranty. Most products exclude any hail coverage under the roof warranty. It carries a 120 MPH wind rating while most fiberglass shingles can withstand winds between 50 and 75 MPH.
Lightweight: Stone-coated steel actually weighs less than a fiberglass shingle.
If you are interested in stone-coated steel roof installation give McKinnis Roofing & Sheet Metal Omaha roofing contractors a call today or fill out our contact form. We would love to sit down with you and guide you through the process of owning the last roof you will ever need.