Steel

Steel roofing can have the appearance of traditional shingles while delivering the durability and strength of metal. It can be made from rolled steel sheets with a rust-preventing coating. Stone-coated steel roofing is finished off with a layer of stone that permanently adheres to the surface and provides the beautiful decorative look. Stone coated steel roofing systems stand up to extreme temperatures, high wind pressure, as well as heavy rain or snow, a perfect choice for homes in Denver. Steel roofing will have a distinctive natural appearance due to the stone chip coating, which ensures resistance to fading.

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Why Choose Steel?

One of the greatest advantages of stone coated steel shingles is that they can replicate the look and feel of other premium materials such as clay and concrete tile, wood shake, and architectural asphalt shingles. Most people walking by your house would not notice the difference between real clay and its stone-coated replica.

A stone coated steel roof is incredibly lightweight, weighing as little as 1.5 pounds per square foot, whereas other roofing products can weigh as much as 10 pounds per square foot. Lightweight means that you can install a stone coated steel roof over most existing roofs, eliminating the cost, time and effort associated with a messy tear-off of an old roof.

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DECRA Stone Coated Steel Roofing

DECRA is the original stone-coated metal roof made right here in the U.S. Neither traditional roofing materials nor imitation metal roofing products can match the strength of DECRA’s stone-coated steel. All DECRA roofs are backed by the industry’s best Lifetime Limited Warranty, covering 120 mph winds and hail penetration of any size.


Boral Stone Coated Steel Roofing 

Stone coated roofing offers five distinct profiles that will enhance the curb appeal and value of any home while providing durability, performance, and protection that will last.

  • Class 4 Hail Impact Resistance
  • Hurricane wind performance rated
  • Lightweight (1.4 lbs per sq ft)
  • 100% Recyclable