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Protection and Prestige Under One Roof

As a homeowner, you want to get the most out of your investment. Would you buy a house if it had exterior walls that needed to be replaced every 15 years? Never. Yet millions of homeowners annually purchase asphalt shingle roofs that will only last 20 years at best.

Fortunately, this is changing. Homeowners have more options available to them than ever before, and have discovered a far more permanent roofing solution – metal. Explore the clear advantages of metal roofing today – learn why metal has become the fastest-growing category of roofing, and why a Metal Sales roof offers the best value to today's well-informed homeowner. 

We offer you the tools to find a quality roof that will last for generations. Start here for more information about roofing options available to you, or, visit our product finder if you are ready to choose the best roofing option for your home. 




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Metal Myths

Myth: You can't walk on a metal roof

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Metal roofing is very durable. You can safely walk on a metal roof without causing damage.

Myth: Metal roofs are noisy when it rains

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Actually, metal roofs are no more or less noisy than any other type of roof.

Myth: Metal roofs are hot

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Metal reflects and releases heat quicker than asphalt shingles, actually reducing the heat load on a home.

What's New

MS Crinkle Finish Now Available at 6 Metal Sales Branches

MS Crinkle Finish

Metal Sales Manufacturing Corporation,  the nation's largest manufacturer of metal roofing, wall and building systems, announced today the introduction of MS Crinkle Finish – a new addition to the company’s product line that delivers the same durability, but offers unique performance that you...

New Vertical Seam & Image II Install Design Guide

Residential Design Manual
New Residential Design Manual for Vertical Seam and Image II panels incorporate residentially focused details for these two panel systems.