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Shingle, Tile & Metal Roofing

Cotton Roofing works with all the top manufacturers and distributors of Metal Roofing, Tile Roofing and Shingle Roofing products. This can help the end user in many ways. First of all knowing what products are logistically better, this can start a project quicker. Knowing who stocks what can be a big value, some of the material in Tile roofing systems comes from overseas and can take weeks even months to get to job site.

commercial metal roofing contractor

This can create major setbacks in production and cost. Cotton Roofing has strong relationships with all the main metal manufacturers, both in the roll coils and in the prefabricated panels. Cotton Roofing has completed Metal Roofing projects on a National level both external and internally fastened systems and has the knowledge to know which one is better for which application. Cotton Roofing has installed Shingle Roofing Systems on Multi Family, strip centers and churches in all regions across the United States. With the volume Cotton Roofing does we are able to get the end user the best value for their dollar. When installing shingle roofing systems the location can play a big roll, knowing when ice and water shield is necessary, when metal valleys are necessary, designing a ventilation system. These are all questions Cotton Roofing’s Project Coordinators are trained to answer.   

  Pros Cons
Tile
  • Long Life Cycle, Both Concrete & Clay
  • Many Stylish Options
  • High Resistance to Natural Erosion
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Heavy Material That Requires Roof Support
  • High Maintenance for Underlayment
  • Expensive & Difficult to Install
  • Fragile & Breakable
Shingle
  • Trusted and Known Material
  • Low Cost & Economical
  • Easy to Handle & Install
  • Durability and Easy to Repair
  • Multiple Styling Options
  • Not Environmentally Friendly
  • Susceptible to Severe Weather & Harsh Conditions
  • Multitude of Grades, With Some Poor Quality
  • Warping due to Variable High / Low Temperatures
Metal
  • Class A Fire Resistane Rating
  • Heat Conduction & Energy Efficient
  • Lighweight & Easy to Install
  • Very Envrionmentally Friendly
  • Low Maintenance & High Durability
  • High Cost & Expensive
  • Noisy & Loud
  • Easily Dented
  • Extreme Expansion and Contraction
  • Inconsistency of Style

 

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