Tag: metal roofing

Heather & Little were included in an article published in Period Homes Magazine, The Professionals Resource for residential architecture.

Metal Roofing Sheet lead and copper have been soldered into flat-seam roofs for centuries—long before Thomas Jefferson’s 1740s roof at Monticello—but the more common metal roof type is the standing seam. Here, long panels of metal 24” or so wide are first bent up about 1 ¼” along both edges. “These panels can be roll-formed […]
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Batten Seam Vs. Standing Seam Metal Roof Systems

When installing a metal roof on a restoration repair project, you have many options in regards to the overall design of the roofing system. What follows is a brief overview of batten seam vs. standing seam metal roof systems and how they differ in overall design. No matter what design you decide on, you will […]
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Choosing a Design for Your Stamped Metal Roof Shingles

There are many benefits to choosing metal shingles for your roof, but being able to personalize them is one of the greatest advantages. There are many methods to personalize your metal roof shingles, which can help you recreate an original metal tile style, or add your own style to your property. Classical Look Many buildings […]
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How Are Sheet Metal Roof Tiles Fabricated?

Decorative tile roofs are beautiful to look at and a cost-effective way to change the style of your home. The specific process used to create these unique tiles will vary based on the materials used. Keep reading to learn about the process for fabricating sheet metal tiles. The Right Fabrication Process Has Many Benefits Decorative […]
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