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Stone Coated Steel Roofing System In Tulsa, OK

Stone coated steel roofing is a premium product that offers your home the best in durability, weather resistance, and curb appeal. It’s made up of high-tensile steel with a natural stone chip coating. This type of roofing is designed to withstand extreme weather conditions ranging from intense heat to heavy rain and snowfall. It’s a popular roofing material because it looks like traditional asphalt shingles but offers much better protection for your home. It can also be installed on very steep pitches, making it ideal for commercial buildings.

Why Should You Install A Stone Coated Steel Roof?

Stone coated steel roofing is one of the most desirable roofing solutions available today.

  • It offers an incredibly long lifespan and is lightweight, so you don't need to reinforce your home's structure to install it.
  • Stone-coated steel is also visually appealing—it looks like stone or slate tile, giving your home a classic look that can increase its value.
  • Even better, stone-coated steel roofing is environmentally friendly! It's made from recycled materials and can be recycled when you're ready to replace it.

How A Stone Coated Steel Roof Is Produced?

Stone coated steel roofing is a type of metal roofing that uses a small stone chip layer to add texture and color to the metal. Its highly premium material offers excellent durability due to its multiple layers.
Base Coat: The first layer is the steel base, a strong 26-gauge galvanized steel sheet. The thickness of the steel varies depending on the manufacturer.
Primer coat – A specially developed acrylic primer enhances the adhesive properties of the base coat and provides additional protection to the roofing panels against corrosion.
Stone chips – Chip size, coating thickness, and chip distribution are carefully controlled to ensure maximum performance of the roofing panels.
Topcoat – This is an acrylic-modified bituminous coating that gives UV and weather resistance for the finished product's durability.

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Why Should You Hire Us?

When it comes to your home, you want only the best. You deserve a roof that protects you from the elements and stands up to wear and tear for decades. That's why A. Fricker Roofing & Waterproofing is proud to offer stone coated steel roofs. We are a family-owned business that supports other small businesses. With over 50 years of combined experience in roofing, A. Fricker Roofing & Waterproofing will ensure you are 100% satisfied with your new stone coated steel roof.

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