The StealthBond® Installation System allows metal roofing contractors to install 5V Crimp and 3’ Ribbed panels using adhesive instead of screw fasteners. Now, StealthBond® dealers can provide their customers with more options rather than upgrading them to Standing Seam which is only available in one particular profile.
Installing a new roof shouldn't be challenging. Your roof makes up a majority of your home's exterior and lends itself heavily to the design and composition. The roof, much like other external elements of the house needs to serve two purposes: function and design. What most homeowners don't realize is the flexibility and choices they have by choosing to install a metal roofing system.
Choosing the right roofing system for your home bears a lot of consideration. As a homeowner, you should consider options that are durable and effective at providing your home with protection against wind, water, and heat damage. While there are many materials available on the market, it might be hard to settle on the best option for your home.
Metal is a superior material choice for roofing installations. Homeowners can count on the many characteristics to benefit and protect their home. Below we've addressed some of the typical concerns we've heard from homeowners in their roofing decision-making process.
There are a few signs that you need a new roof. Many homeowners are waiting for signs of leaking inside their home or attic. But, there are other indications that your roof needs replacing. Waiting until there is water visible inside the house could lead to structural problems. Not all leaks appear quickly. A slow leak might require more than just a new roof.
As a homeowner you want the best roofing system to protect your family and your investment. Here are some quick facts about the StealthBond® System:
- No Screws - The StealthBond® installation system for metal roofing uses structural adhesive instead of screw fasteners. No screws = no holes. No holes = no leaks.
Metal roofing is known for its durability. However, like many systems, it's not indestructible. There are some components of your metal roof that will require regular inspections to ensure your system is secure and not producing leaks. While you won't be required to do much regarding maintenance, what you are looking for is wear and tear, storm damage, or and shifting in the metal panels. Here are some important steps to ensure you are doing your best to extend the life of your metal roof.
We've come a long way in roofing installation. Technology has made it possible to improve the methods for protecting our homes. The goal of any roof is performance. The materials used need to defend dwellings against harsh weather and climates to keep the foundation of the building healthy. What you choose to put on your roof will have an effect on energy consumption, durability, and lifespan.
The roofing system you install plays a critical role in the health and wellness of your home. It protects against external damage that can wreak havoc on the structure and prevents foundational issues. Metal roofing systems have been around for many years and have offered residential property owners the chance to protect their home with a superior product that looks luxurious.