This video showcases the beauty that a Stone Coated Steel Roof by Decra can bring to your home.
Hello Folks, Brent Prunty here with Old Pro Roofing today we’re going to talk about a house we did here in Burleson with a stone coated steel roof. There’d been a recent hail storm in the area and the home owner asked us to come out and give them a free roof inspection. After we inspected their roof, the insurance company agreed to pay for a total roof replacement.
After looking at many options, the homeowner chose to go with a Decra shake XD stone coated steel roof in Pinnacle Grey. Choosing Decra was great for a few reasons. First, Decra Shake XD is made to look like wood shake so it complements the house well and can bring up the property value. Also, stone coated steel roofing is made from 26 gauge steel, coated with stone chips that are baked to the steel with an acrylic film. The result is a more durable roof that can withstand winds up to 120 mph. It’s also impact resistant which gets you a discount with most insurance companies.
Another reason we use Decra Shake XD is because you can install it directly to the decking. Most stone coated steel is installed on a batten system and nailed to the face of the shingle. It’s just not as clean and finished looking when you can see the nail. Over time it can rust and become more un-sightly. Of course every roof we install comes with a 5 year workmanship warranty and the Decra stone coated steel roofs come with a 50 year transferable warranty.
Whether you think you might have damage on your roof, or you know you’ve got damage, or maybe your insurance company has already come out and given you a check for a total roof replacement and your just looking for a good quality roofer, give us a call here at Old Pro Roofing and we can help you out. We’re A+ Rated by the Better Business Bureau, We’ve been voted the best roofer for three consecutive years by the Star Media Group, and we’re Master Elite Certified by GAF Roofing Systems.
So give us a call today and “Trust Your Home to an Old Pro.”