Your commercial building’s roof protects your people and assets from the storms of life. To protect what is important to you, Quality Architectural Metal & Roofing specialists will design a metal roof that is technologically innovative, durable, beautiful – and will last a lifetime.
We put our materials and designs to the test every day. From the exacting standards with which we test our raw materials, to the intricate inspection performed before our roofing systems ship, we strive to make sure your roof lasts.
We have a proven history of staying on the leading edge of metal roofing. Our intricately detailed products are well respected as leading the industry in terms of beauty. Our focus on aluminum allows you to choose a metal roof, which never has a risk of rusting.
Quality Architectural Metal & Roofing offers Metal Roofing Systems that have passed wind and uplift tests including UL 580: a rigorously demanding test of roofing materials that simulates wind speeds over 120 miles per hour. In addition, our metal roofing systems also lead the way in fire protection for your building. Wildfires, sparks, and embers cause many fires to start on rooftops. However, with a Metal Roofing System, you can rest easy knowing that your facility is protected from deadly and destructive flames by non-combustible roofing materials.
Metal Roofing Systems carry valuable and meaningful warranties against fading, chipping, chalking, and rusting. A metal roof comes in lasting colors and themes that will fit a variety of tastes and styles. The long life and extra protection of a metal roof not only protects but enhances the beauty and value of your building.
Metal Roofing Systems are made from aluminum so they can not rust or be broken down by the elements. Quality Architectural Metal & Roofing is so convinced of the superiority of our metal roofing systems that we back up our products with a lifetime limited warranty for the original owner and a 40-year transferable warranty for all future owners.
A flat roof is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs. The slope of a roof is properly known as its pitch and flat roofs have up to approximately 10°. Flat roofs are an ancient form mostly used in arid climates and allow the roof space to be used as a living space or a living roof.
TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin, a single-ply roofing membrane that covers the surface of the roof. The name is a bit misleading, because rather than being a plastic, TPO is actually one of a few different types of rubber, usually a blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber.
PVC roofing or polyvinyl chloride is a single-ply roofing solution used on commercial or industrial roofs that are flat or low sloped. PVC or polyvinyl chloride, is the third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer.
EPDM rubber is a type of synthetic rubber that is used in many applications. EPDM is an M-Class rubber under ASTM standard D-1418; the M class comprises elastomers having a saturated chain of the polyethylene type.
Built-up roofing, also called BUR, is the most common roofing material used on low-slope roofs. It is composed of alternating layers of reinforcing fabric and bitumen (asphalt) and is finished with a top layer of aggregate, such as stone or gravel.
A metal roof is a roofing system made from metal pieces or tiles characterized by its high resistance, impermeability and longevity. It is a component of the building envelope. Zinc, copper and steel alloys are commonly used.