Metal Roofing Info

Getting your warranty copy

Getting your warranty copy

You have a brand new metal roof from Tri County Metals that was just installed. What do you do next? The answer is easy. You will want to obtain a copy of warranty for the metal roofing panel and finish you selected. Before completing the easy form, you will need to...

Standing Seam Capabilities

Standing Seam Capabilities

Not all panels are created the same. You’ll find each metal roofing profile we offer at Tri County Metals has unique design attributes, and of course aesthetics for your home. In general, we offer two classes of metal roofing panels including exposed fastener and...

Express Delivery

Express Delivery

Watch this short clip to learn more about our value-added delivery services such as Next-Day Delivery, Express Delivery, and Delivery Text Notifications. Need your projects metal panels to arrive ASAP? We have you covered with the best and quickest delivery options in...

About our CAD Dept

About our CAD Dept

About our CAD Department This is Scott from the Marketing Department at Tri County Metals, and it’s time for a Metals Minute! Let me share with you a little bit about our awesome CAD department. So, it’s time for a new roof. Where do you begin? Well, whether its a...

Is metal roofing expensive?

Is metal roofing expensive?

Is Metal Roofing Expensive? Are you looking to replace your roof or need to install a new one in your new-built home? If so, you may wonder what kind of roofing material to go with. The roof is an essential feature of your property, adding to its appeal and value....

What is the best color for a metal roof?

What is the best color for a metal roof?

What is the best color for a metal roof? Finding the right coating for your roof can be tough. Yet, the right color finish for a metal roof can be an even harder choice. If you find yourself in a similar situation, there’s no need to fret. This post explores all...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

What are metal roofs made of?

What Are Metal Roofs Made Of? Metal roofs are made of copper, tin, aluminum, and steel. And with these wide options, narrowing down to the best metal roofing for your building, can be a little daunting. Besides, each metal roof has its own pros and cons; copper...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

Metal Roofs Vs Shingles

Metal Roofs Vs Shingles If you are in the roofing stage of your building, then this question may have crossed your mind at least once. With the hype about metal roofs increasing daily, you would want to know if you should stick with the traditional look of shingles or...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

How much is metal roofing per square foot?

How Much is Metal Roofing Per Square Foot? If you are planning to install a new roof and looking for a durable option, nothing beats metal roofing. While asphalt shingles roofing still remains a popular choice, the popularity of metal roofing has increased more than...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

Are Metal Roofs Expensive?

Are Metal Roofs Expensive? Metal roofing is gaining popularity in the roofing industry, and this is due to their durability and modern aesthetic appeal that has made many homeowners shift from using asphalt shingle roofs to metal roofs. Metal roofs can last for over...

Extended Warranty

Extended Warranty

How about an extended warranty?Best energy package using “Energy Star” painted metal products for exposed fastener or standing seam*. By selecting these products as listed below, your purchase may qualify for our Platinum Warranty at no additional cost. 1 - TCM...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

Can You Install Metal Roofing Over Shingles?

One question we are often asked is - "Can you install metal roofing over shingles?" The answer is, YES!   One big advantage to metal roofing is that it is light weight, which makes it the perfect material to be installed over an existing shingle roof. However,...

What is the best color for a metal roof?

What aspects of my roof will affect the cost?

A roof that has many hips and valleys is said to be cut-up.What that means is that the roofing contractor will have to cut the roofing panels to fit as opposed to just installing the panels as they come from the supplier.Other roof features that affect labor include...