A DECRA® Stone-Coated Steel Roof Could Be Your Best Choice
Steel roofing is strong and non-combustible, making it an outstanding performer when it comes to hail and fire. It won’t crack, break, warp, curl or split. And many customers report a reduction in energy costs and improved interior home comfort during summer and winter months after installing a DECRA® roof. It is durable, long lasting and recyclable at the end of its long life. Additionally, installation over existing roofing materials is possible, providing additional insulation from temperature extremes.
As the original stone-coated steel roofing system, the DECRA steel roofing line represents a perfect blend of over 60 years of research and practical experience. Excelling through some of the harshest weather conditions around the world, DECRA offers the ultimate in performance and engineering design.
A DECRA roof is durable, freeze-thaw resistant and offers richness and beauty to enhance your home. There is a choice of roof profiles: thick, rustic hand-split shake, dimensional architectural shingle or Old World Italian tile, to provide the optimal roof solution for any home’s architectural style.
DECRA panels have a unique interlocking design that withstands high winds while adding shear strength. And their light weight makes it possible to add the look of a tile roof to a home without the need to reinforce the underlying structure. In many states, the Class 4 impact resistance rating can earn a discount on homeowners’ insurance. Just ask your local agent for details in your state.
Note the example shown of a traditional clay tile roof damaged by a hailstorm, and the replacement DECRA Villa roof, with the same look and, importantly, the durability to resist hail penetration.
A DECRA roof initially costs more than a standard asphalt shingle roof, but offers a longer roof life and far greater curb appeal, providing more value for your money. DECRA roofs are covered by a transferable Lifetime Limited Warranty, including peace of mind coverage for winds up to 120 MPH and hail penetration.
To learn more about DECRA Roofing options for your home, you can visit www.decra.com. To find a local professional to install a DECRA roof, you may call 877-959-0970. clm