Stone Coated Steel
Mike Huddleston Roofing Systems is a pioneering leader in the stone coated steel roofing industry in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area.
Stone Coated Steel
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What Is Stone Coated Steel?
Decra, the original stone coated steel roofing system, represents an exceptional alternative to traditional roofing products such as wooden shake, clay tile and asphalt composite shingles.
As the original stone coated steel roofing system, the DECRA® product line represents a perfect blending of over 50 years of research and practical experience. Offering the ultimate in performance and engineering design is what DECRA Roofing Systems are all about. Stone Coated Steel products are unique. Stone coated and pressed into different profiles, DECRA products offer texture and style not found in traditional metal roofing products. DECRA aluminum-zinc alloy coated steel panels As a substrate, steel provides the perfect medium for pressing panels to resemble various conventional materials: asphalt shingles, clay tiles, concrete tiles, and wood shakes. However, unlike conventional products, stone coated steel is lightweight, durable, freeze/thaw resistant, walkable and require little to no maintenance over the life of the roof.
Stone Coated Steel Tile
Decra Villa Tiles combine the superior performance of steel with the classic beauty, elegance and architectural detail of an old world Italian tile. Durable and lightweight, Villa Tile can be walked upon and requires little to no maintenance. Available in five new color variations, you have the opportunity to design and create a roof that satisfies your tastes and needs.
Stone Coated Steel Shingle
Decra Shingle XD has the rich bold appearance of a heavy-weight architectural shingle at a fraction of the weight. With its thick cut edges and deep distinctive shadow lines, Decra Shingle XD provides greater dimensionality and a robust appearance.
This profile adds wonderful appeal to traditionally styled homes and is ideal for those who prefer the look of heavy-cut shingles.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Often Should You Inspect Your Roof?
It’s a good idea to inspect the roof several times during the year, especially in Winter and Spring, and then clear it off as needed. All of the leaves don’t fall at the same time, so one cleaning may not be enough.
How Can I Prevent Roof Damage?
Many types of roofs can be damaged by inexperienced people walking on them or working from them, and there is the danger of slipping or falling. If roof damage occurs, you are much more likely to develop a leak, so make sure it is an experienced person on your roof.
What Is The Main Cause of Roof Damage?
Roof leaks can be caused by many different things, however, 90% of all roof leaks are caused by improper installation or by defective metal flashing. Rarely does the actual roofing product fail.
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