Classic Metal Roofs, LLC: Your Roofers in Newton, NH
For over 15 years we have been building an outstanding reputation in the New England area as the premier providers of top quality aluminum, copper and zinc roofing. Our scores of satisfied customers in neighborhoods across New Hampshire and beyond attest to the expertise of our staff and technicians in supplying superior service and products for the absolute best roof on the market. What’s more, we carefully evaluate your situation to ensure we are providing the best value for the unique needs of you and your family.
Our metal standing seam and metal shingle style roofs are made using only the lightweight recycled materials that pass our exacting standards of durability, which is why we will not build with inferior metals like steel and galvalume that can become corroded. The benefits of the metals we choose to offer abound:
- Our roofing systems can be installed over an old asphalt roof, eliminating the need for expensive removal and landfill disposal
- Aluminum is the most lightweight roofing material available, reducing stress on your home’s structure
- More energy efficient than asphalt shingles, reducing energy use and costs year round
- Requires little to no maintenance over a lifetime of performance
- May be eligible for tax credits or insurance discounts
- More durable in any conditions than any other roofing materials
- Aluminum is naturally resistant, and copper/zinc even more so
- Manufactured with 95% recycled materials and 100% recyclable
- Increases the resale value of your home
- Guaranteed by our limited lifetime warranty
Compare these facts with some of the major downsides of asphalt, the most commonly used roofing material by far due to its cheap manufacturing. Shingles are very susceptible to water absorption, which can lead to a host of problems you have probably already dealt with as a homeowner, from warping and streaking to infestations by insects and organic growth. These susceptibilities lead to frequent damage, requiring constant repair and total replacement, which also creates massive amounts of landfill waste.