Stone Coated Roof
FIRE SAFE--Sangobuild Roof Tile Steel Roof Tiles are classified as a "Class A" Fire Rated, non combustible roofing material, in the United States.
EARTHQUAKE--Sangobuild Roof Tile Steel Roof Tiles are an interlocking roof system. The tiles are individually fixed and are less likely to fall through the ceiling during an earthquake.
MARINE ENVIRONMENTS--Sangobuild Roof Tile roof tiles are suitable for all marine environments and are backed by our warranty.
SUSTAINABILITY--Engineered from high grade Zincalume coated steel, a Sangobuild Roof Tile roof is one of the most recyclable and sustainable building products in the world.
WEATHER SECURITY WARRANTY--Full 25 year weatherproof warranty plus a diminishing pro-rata weatherproof warranty for the subsequent 25 year.
Longevity--Stone coated roofing tile are known to last a long time when properly installed. They can last 40-70 years compared to asphalt shingles that need to be replaced about every 20 years. Since steel is more durable than most traditional roofing materials, it is a great investment for the long-term future.
Durability--Stone coated metal roof tile can withstand wind gusts, heavy rain or hail, and many other adverse weather conditions. Although many people think of it as a heavy material, stone coated steel roof tile is actually very light, weighing 50 to 150 pounds per square foot.
Low Maintenance--Most roofing materials, such as asphalt, should be inspected regularly to keep them in good working order. stone coated steel roofing tiles, however, are virtually maintenance-free! They form a thick shield around your home, protecting it from harsh weather conditions and eliminating most of the repair costs associated with traditional roofing.
Aesthetically pleasing and versatile--While function is essential, style and aesthetics are also important. Stone-coated steel roofs come in a variety of colors, textures and designs to complement almost any style of home.
Energy Efficiency--A common misconception about installing a stone coated metal roofing tiles is that it gets too hot in the summer and conducts heat into your home. Stone roof tiles actually reflect heat from the sun instead of absorbing it like dark asphalt materials do.
|9||Acrylic glaze||Clear acrylic resin coating in a semi gloss finish|
|8||Granules of natural stone||Provide excellent surface coverage and protection in a wide range of attractive colors|
|7||Acrylic resin||A tough opaque acrylic resin base coat containing additive restraint to biological growths such as algae and lichen|
|6||Epoxy primer||Enhance Corrosion resistance and adhesion|
|5||Aluminum zinc||Galvalume-Maximize corrosion resistance of steel|
|3||Aluminum zinc||Galvalume-Maximize corrosion resistance of steel|
|2||Epoxy primer||Enhance corrosion resistance and scratch resistance|
Stone-coated steel roofing is a very popular choice because of the wide variety of styles and colors available. These metal roofing shingles can mimic almost any natural roofing material, including slate, wood shake, clay tile or traditional asphalt combinations. Regardless of the architectural style of the home, there is a stone coated steel option that will enhance the beauty of your home.
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