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Metal Roofing Contractors in Boston, MA

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Prescreened Metal Roof Installation Contractors in Boston, MA

Storm Guard of Southwest Boston
4.13
12 Verified Ratings
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(508) 521-8703
859 Willard Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Serving Boston, MA
 
Solid State Construction
4.5
28 Verified Ratings
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(774) 535-8785
59 Jewell Hill Road
Ashburnham, MA 01430

Serving Boston, MA
 
 
East Coast Metal Roofing, LLC - Massachusetts
4.97
15 Verified Ratings
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(617) 603-9533
701 Treasure Island Road
Webster, MA 01570

Serving Boston, MA
 
GF Sprague & Company, Inc.
References Available
(866) 215-2718
45 Kearney Road
Needham, MA 02494

Serving Boston, MA
 
 
South Shore Roofing, Inc.
4.86
7 Verified Ratings
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(617) 531-9936
233 Washington Street
Hingham, MA 02043

Serving Boston, MA
 
Mr. Iceman Co., Roofing
4.67
6 Verified Ratings
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(617) 269-4604
15 Gates Street
Boston, MA 02127
 
 
LC Painting and Construction
4.33
12 Verified Ratings
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(617) 610-9018
441 Medford Street
Malden, MA 02148

Serving Boston, MA
 
Interlock Metal Roofing - Boston
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(866) 331-4735
25 Walpole Park South
Walpole, MA 02081

Serving Boston, MA
 
 
Interlock Metal Roofing - New Hampshire
4.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(866) 331-4735
Manchester
Manchester, NH 03101

Serving Boston, MA
 

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Reviews of Boston Metal Roofing Companies

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Southwick, MA w

East Coast Metal Roofing is by far the most professional company i have ever hired. Roofing is their bussiness not windows and siding like some other home contractors.

 
Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Rehoboth, MA w

Paul was very knowledgeable and courteous. He kept in touch with us throughout the whole process. His crew was very polite, professional, neat and clean (NO mess left behind). We have never seen a roofing company this tremendous. I would highly recommend them to anyone. They were on time and did the work in the time Paul told us they would...GREAT JOB GUYS!

 
Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Arlington, MA w

Decided to put my project on hold due to costs. They offered a good product and the sales person was very nice and upfront about the costs.

 

Unscreened Roofing Contractors in Boston, Massachusetts

American Home Builders, Inc.
46 Austin St.
Newton, MA 02460
Richard J. Mochi & Son
47 Lyman Ave.
Boston, MA 02155
J. Martinoli & Sons / Hire a Hubby
22 Whittier St.
Haverhill, MA 01830
The Home Improvement Store
50 Getchell Way
Canton, MA 02021
D & D Construction Co.
77 Harbor View Ave.
Winthrop, MA 02152

Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace a Metal Roof:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What kind of metal roofing do you want? (Check all that apply)

    Steel
    Aluminum
    Zinc
    Copper
    Polymer coating
    Standing seam
    Corrugated
    Simulated shake
    Simulated shingle
    Simulated tile
    Don't Know
    Other
  • Which special features would you like for your roof?

    Ridge vent
    Snow guards or brackets
    Gutters and downspouts
    Turbine vents
    Skylight/Solar tube
    Heat tape
    Water diverters
    Would like recommendation
  • How many stories is your home?
  • Are you aware of any leaks or damage to the roof?

Ideas & Inspiration from Boston Roofing Contractors


Boston Metal Roofing

Metal roofing in Boston is about as perfect as roofing gets for a climate like Beantown's. It's incredibly tough and durable, lasts for years (40-50 year warranties are pretty commonplace), and it's ideal for the harsh winters that make Boston famous. About the only drawback in the minds of most Bostonians is looks, but with huge advances in technology the past several decades, metal roofing can now also be counted as one of the more attractive roofing solutions on the market. If you're in need of a new roof, and are ready to look beyond traditional roofing materials, it's worth your time and money to consider metal roofing to protect your home.

The Advantages of Metal Roofing in Boston
Since metal roofing in Boston is still relatively new to most homeowners, we'll take a second to enlighten you as to what this roofing material has to offer, starting with it's effectiveness in protecting your home from Boston's harsh weather. Its advantages are pretty straightforward in that regard. Because it has a relatively smooth, uniform surface in most cases, it sheds rain, snow, and ice much easier than other roofing options. It's also known to be ice-dam proof, a huge plus in an area where ice dams not only damage roofing, but can also have disastrous consequences for the rest of your home in the form of water damage. And on a purely practical note, and contrary to popular belief, metal roofing is actually quite a bit lighter than other roofing materials. It's so much lighter, in fact, that it can often be installed directly over old roofing materials, cutting down on labor costs associated with roof removal, and reducing the amount of waste that gets shipped to the local landfill.

Metal Roofing Styles
Also unknown to most homeowners in Greater Boston are the options that you have in choosing the perfect metal roof for your home. The vertically ridged sheets that pop into most homeowner's minds when they picture metal roofing are still the most popular choice when it comes to metal roofing, and to be honest, they are also the most ideal form of metal roofing in Boston when it comes to protecting your home from Boston's infamous winters. If you like a little more variety, however, you can also get metal roofing in the form of shingles. Shingles come individually, or as larger sheets with shingle textures stamped into the metal. They can now even be purchased in designs that imitate other popular roofing materials such as shake and stone shingles and ceramic tiles.

Metal Roofing Materials
Besides the style of roof you purchase, you'll also need to decide what type of metal you want. If you live in one of Boston's signature Victorian or Federal homes, or in a more modern home in one of Boston's upscale neighborhoods, you might consider copper or stainless steel for your roofing. Both are stunning, long-lasting, and very expensive. They can't be beat if you can afford it, and there isn't anything out there that can rival the look of copper roofing tiles on an older historic home (of which Boston has its fair share!). Aluminum and steel, on the other hand, are the most common forms of metal roofing for the masses. Aluminum has the advantage of being lighter, though be sure to purchase a thicker gauge if you go this route, since aluminum is less durable by nature than other metals. In fact, steel is the most common choice just for that reason and is the recommended choice for Bostonians across the board.

Baked on Enamel Coatings: The Best Thing to Happen to Boston Metal Roofing, Period
While metal roofing in and of itself is an excellent roofing material, it's really the advancement of metal roof coatings that have thrust this alternative roofing material to the forefront of the metal roofing industry. Thanks to advances in technology, baked on enamel coatings have virtually eliminated problems with corrosion that sometimes surfaced with metal roofing in the past. They also play a large role in increasing the efficiency of metal roofs. By reducing the amount of sunlight absorbed by the roofing itself, enamel coatings greatly reduce the heat transferred into your home during Boston's hot, humid summers. Don't go too light when choosing colors, however. You do want some heat to build up on the surface to aid in shedding all that snow and ice during the winter months. Baked on enamel coatings have also made unconventional metal roofing designs, like shingles that imitate cedar shake and stone tiles, possible, since it can re-create textures that regular paint cannot. And finally, the new enamel coatings are the main reason metal roofing manufacturers now commonly provide 40 to 50 year warranties on their materials, making metal roofing likely the last roof you'll ever have to install on your home.

A Final Note on Metal Roofing in Boston's Historic Homes
Metal roofing looks great on older homes, with their steep slopes and high ridge lines. However, if you live in a historic home in one of Boston's many older neighborhoods, be sure to check with any entities that oversee the historic preservation of homes in your area as to whether metal siding is suitable roofing material in their eyes. The unconventional look of aluminum and metal sheet roofing, for example, might raise some hackles in historic circles. You'll rarely hear any beef about copper roofing tiles, of course, and you'll have an easier time making the case for some of the more innovative metal roofing materials out there, like the shake and stone imitation shingles mentioned above. Nonetheless, despite seeming to be an excellent solution for historic homes, you may run into some roadblocks regarding metal roofing if you live in one of Boston's many historic dwellings.

That being said, whether you live in one of Boston's many older, storied homes, or in a new house out in the suburbs, a look at metal roofing in Boston is worth your time. When it comes to roofing materials, metal roofing is to Boston what Larry Bird was to the jump shot: a near perfect fit.