Zion Roof and Restorations provides a full selection of metal roof options for residential customers in Memphis, TN & the surrounding area. Metal roof innovations are becoming a preferred choice for permanent roofing that removes the worry of maintenance or replacement.
Today’s metal roof options are suited to virtually any home architecture because residential metal roofing is made to look like traditional roofing material. Though a metal roof may look like asphalt shingle, cedar shake, clay tile, or slate roof, a metal roof will last as much as three times longer. Metal roofs can withstand extreme weather, including wind gusts as high as 140 miles per hour. Another metal roof advantage is that it is more environmentally responsible than asphalt roofing.
As Shelby County & Desoto County’s metal roofer, we have extensive experience working with metal roofing systems.
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We accept most insurance plans and also have financing options available.
Our standing seam metal roof or corrugated metal roofing and siding panels come with a wide selection of colors, which are sure to complement and enhance the overall structure. Find out more about specific advantages of using metal roofing, metal siding, and steel roofing materials in your next building project, or find a Metal Sales location near you.
DECRA Roofing Systems come with a 50-year limited warranty, 120 mph wind warranty, and impact resistance from hail damage. The DECRA Roofing System is extremely durable and offers a wide array of options and color schemes ranging from tile, shake, or shingle, which will enhance your home’s exterior color. Our variety of options will meet your home's exterior palette, all of which are sure to enhance your home’s overall curb appeal.
Metal Building Panels are common panels systems used in the Metal Building industry. They are used in a wide variety of applications and are suited for open framing support conditions, as well as a solid substrate.
Structural Standing Seam Panels have side laps between the metal roofing panels that are arranged in a vertical position above the roofline. The metal roof panel system is secured to the roof substructure by means of concealed hold-down clips attached with screws to the substructure, except that through fasteners may be used at limited locations such as at the ends of panels and at roof penetrations.
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