Steel Roofing Services

Steel roofing has grown in popularity due to its durability against the elements and energy efficiency. There are different types of metal roofing. At Tri-County Enterprises, we offer two versatile metal roofing options—stone-coated steel and painted standing seam metal roofing.

When you work with us, your vision and budget will be seen, heard, and understood. With over 25-years of experience, we can help identify the type of steel shingles that will best fit your needs and provide a free, in-person estimate so you know what your new metal roof will cost. One of our dedicated site managers will oversee your roof installation and ensure that our quality standards are met every step of the way.

Steel roofing is a high quality, economical option for residential and commercial buildings.

Durable – Metal is more durable than most roofing types, with an expected lifespan of over 50 years, and an ability to withstand high-velocity winds.

Aesthetically Appealing – Metal roofing is available in a variety of styles and colors to perfectly complement the architectural design and surroundings of your home.  From standing seam panels to stone coated steel tiles, metal can be customized to suit many needs.

Highly Efficient – Its natural reflectivity makes steel roofing extremely energy-efficient.  This bonus enables the roof to pay for itself over its lifespan; far more so than even the most reflective shingle roofs.

Low-Maintenance – An additional benefit of having a metal roof on your home is its low-maintenance status. Steel roofing requires little on the part of the homeowner to keep the roof in pristine condition.

A Luxury Roof

What is Stone Coated Steel?

Stone coated steel roofing was revolutionized during World War II when soldiers applied crushed stones to metal roof sheets in an attempt to prolong roof life.

Advanced technology has made metal roofing materials one of today’s most attractive choices for roofing. The 26-gauge Galvalume® steel is covered with 100% acrylic over-glaze. An attractive stone coating (natural granite stone chips) is embedded in a UV resistant acrylic polymer for a lasting bond.

A stone coated roof gives the charm of wood shake without the associated problems of splitting, warping or increased fire risk. Choosing a stone coated roof provides durability and low maintenance for a more luxurious roof.

Stone Coated Steel Roof Closeup
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Grey Stone Coated Roof Closeup
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Red and Black Stone Coated Steel Roof
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Snap-Lock Standing Seam Metal

New trends have made painted steel roofing popular in residential neighborhoods as well as rural areas. Industry advancement in technology and materials have produced a variety of colors and textures, making it simple for you to select the roof that will be best for your needs. As with residential shingles, you should ALWAYS do your homework when selecting a metal roof. You may expect to receive one thing and be delivered another. Ask for material samples and manufacturer information.

Hidden fastener snap-lock design gives a strikingly attractive and affordable painted metal roof. Tri-County uses Durapon 70 with Teflon coatings, easily cleaned with mild detergents and resistant to installation scratching, marring, and staining. Durapon 70 complies with Energy Star and Cool Roof Rating Council.

How painted steel roofing works to reflect heat

Longer Life. Lower Maintenance.

Steel Roof Entryway
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Light Grey Painted Steel
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Closeup Green Painted Steel
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Red Klauer Steel Roof
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Green Painted Steel Roof
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Painted Steel Roof on Ranch Home
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Steel roofing being added on gazebo
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Grey Steel Roof
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  • Great panel look: 16” panels in striated, ribbed or flat designs
  • Hail Resistance
  • No exposed fasteners provide long term added protection
  • Environmentally Friendly 100 % recyclable
  • Roll formed onsite for custom measurements and installation
  • Class A Fire Rating
  • Class 90 Wind Uplift
  • Lower Life Cycle Cost than typical shingle roof