I am pretty comfortable with all metal roofing related questions. We can discuss performance, application, practicality, technical and detail. It is difficult to deal with pricing issues due to the regional differences.
I started in the metal roofing industry in 1976 working for a major West Coast manufacturer. I spent the next 16 years with that organization leaving as the Vice-President and regional General Manager. In 1992 I started Metal Roof Specialties to focus on the needs of residential and small commercial customers. In my manufacturing years I focused on product introduction and sales as well as design and application. for the past 12 years I have been a regular trainer and presenter at Metalcon International conventions sponsored by the Metal Roofing Alliance and I have also performed training and demonstration area moderation for the National Roofing Contractors Association conventions. I have also been employed by a major metal roofing manufacturer for training and speaking engagements. My company specializes in metal roofing and siding only. We are a supply and install contractor as well as a retail outlet for metal roofing and siding materials.
Metal Roofing Alliance. National Roofing Contractors Association. Building Industry Association of Washington.
Green River Community College - Accounting major. University of Washington - Graduate School of Business Administration - Management Program. BHP Steel - RMC III Executive training, Melbourne, Australia / Berkeley, California.
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I certainly understand the issue with the value of copper and the concern over theft if you install them. I am not aware of installed copper gutter theft because it is difficult and time consuming to
Hi Mike, You are right about the sharp edges. your suggestion of a burring tool may well work but here are a couple other suggestions you might find usefull: - A round file may be easier to manipulate
I really wish I had a better answer for you. I have never been a fan of roof coatings so I am definitely not an expert in that area. I imagine they are not intended for sloped roofs because they will
Hello S.R., My first reaction is to check to see if the metal roof areas are actually rusting through or just rusting. a protective coating can be put over the rusty metal if it appears to have some
You have a lot of questions that unfortunately will have answers that are totally dependant on your location and products that are available. the labor rate is also relative to local conditions. there
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