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Metal Roof Styles & Colors

Metal roofs are offered in a rainbow of colors to choose from and your metal roof can be a traditional vertical seam profile, or it can be manufactured to resemble wood shake, slate, shingles or clay tiles.

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Garvin Metal Roofs | Commercial Roofing Styles

Shingle Look Metal Roofs

The Tilcor range of pressed metal roofing tiles includes four distinctive profiles Craftsman Shake, Antica, CF Shingle and CF Shake.

Stone Coated Metal Roofing

Unlike your neighbors roofing materials, a stone – coated steel roof offers superior durability: it will not break, curl, split, crack, warp, or absorb water.

Standing Seam Metal Roofs

Standing seam is an industry style for vertical sheet metal roofing panels. It’s one of the most popular metal roofing styles for homes.

Cedar Shake

For a contemporary roofing look look no further than the Cedar Shake Roof. Cedar Shake is a natural roofing product and very common in the Pacific Northwest.

Canyon Shake Metal Roofing

Canyon Shake offers the best of both worlds when it comes to roofing. Canyon Shake Tile combines the look of natural wood roofs with the safety of steel metal roofs.

Barrel Vault Metal Roofing

Garvin Metal Roofs can give you the clean look of a concrete tile roof without all the added problems with our Barrel Vault tiles. These  stone coated steel roofing tiles will keep their look for years and also save you hundreds of dollars over time.

Flat Roofing

Flat roofing comes in several different types, each with its own benefits and flaws. Following is a brief explanation of the flat roofing materials available. More detailed information can be acquired from Garvin Metal roofing.

GacoFlex

Garvin Metal Roofs is excited to offer Firestone’s GacoFlex 100% silicone coatings, the cost-effective alternative to replacing your weathered roofs.

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Metal Roof Styles & Colors

Available in 29 Gauge

Buckskin

Buckskin

Vintage-White

Vintage White

Radiant-Red

Radiant Red

Hawaiian Blue

Hawaiian Blue

Galvanized

Galvanized

Evergreen

Evergreen

Desert-Sand

Desert Sand

Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue

Coal Black

Coal Black

Clay

Clay

Burgundy

Burgundy

Available in 26 & 29 Gauge

Burnished Slate

Burnished Slate

Charcoal Gray

Charcoal Gray

Galvalume Plus

Galvalume Plus

Gray

Gray

Ivy Green

Ivy Green

Koko Brown

Koko Brown

Light Stone

Light Stone

Polar White

Polar White

Rustic Red

Rustic Red

Regal White

Regal White

Saddle Tan

Saddle Tan

Colors shown have been matched as accurately as possible to actual finish. For exact color match, please request a metal color sample. Availability of colors and materials is subject to change. Most panels available are available in bare galvanized or bare galvalume.

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