There are many different types of roofing materials that you can use to cover your house. The most common type of material used is metal. Metal roofing has been around for decades and it is still in use today. It is durable and affordable and it is also attractive. There are many different styles of metal roofing, including but not limited to the following:

1. Flat roofs

These are the most common type of roofs. They are made up of panels that are connected together with fasteners such as screws or nails. The panels can be made of any number of materials, including aluminum, copper, steel, or zinc.

2. Curved roofs

These are made up of panels that have a slight curve to them. This makes it possible to get a more aesthetically pleasing look to your home.

3. Standing seam metal roofs

These are similar to flat roofs, except they are installed vertically instead of horizontally. This makes it easier to install the panels because there is less work to do when installing the standing seams.

4. Shingle roofs

These are also known as shingles. They are made of individual pieces of wood that are attached together. These are very common and they come in all kinds of colors.

5. Slate roofs

These are made of a combination of slate tiles and metal. Slate tiles are made from slate rock, which is a natural stone that comes from the mountains. These tiles are very durable and they last a long time. Slate roofs are very popular because they provide a great look.

6. Composite roofs

These are made of asphalt shingles and metal. These are very durable and they are easy to maintain. They are also very affordable.

7. Clay tile roofs

These are made of clay tiles. Clay tiles are made from clay that is dug from the ground. They are very durable and can last a long time.

8. Timber roofs

These are made of timber. Timber is a natural product that is made from trees. They are very durable and last a long time.

Not sure which type of roof to choose? Let Greg Lilly Roofing & Restoration help you decide. Contact us today for a free quote.

Greg Lilly Roofing & Restoration
4201 Carolina Exchange Drive Suite 202
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

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