Standing Seam Roofing Projects

January 3, 2017

Metro Steel Roofing and Construction successfully completed a variety of roofing installations around the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro area over the course of 2016. Two of the projects were standing seam roofing projects.

Standing Seam roofing is a type of residential roofing composed of preformed various metal or steel panels, usually between 14 and 18 inches wide that run the length of the roof. These panels run parallel to the slope of the roof and are joined to adjacent panels with double locked standing seams. This steel roofing style has wide panels that overlap the seam fastener and are held in place with clips that are concealed under the panel to allow thermal movement without damage.

The advantages to a standing seam roof are a less chance of a roof leak because of the fewer seams and concealed fasteners, it allows for a more modern style to your home, and the longevity and performance is longer due to the material used in comparison to any other residential or commercial roof.






Another Standing Seam project that was completed by Metro Steel Roofing and Construction was completed the summer of 2016 in Chanhassen, MN. This project took 2 weeks to complete.

Check out the before and after photos of the house:



Visit Metro Steel Roofing and Construction’s website to learn more about our roofing services and the free estimates and consultations we offer throughout the Midwest.


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