The Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) has released the metal roof trends for 2019. It’s the complete opposite of the Pantone Color of the Year, “Living Coral” which is a bright playful shade of pink.
New roofing construction experts at Carney Roofing Company share more about the colors that homeowners should look for in 2019.
Vintage and “Lived In” Looks
MRA predicts that weathered and “reclaimed” styles which with dark and rich shades like Aged Bronze and Weathered Zinc will be popular choices for 2019. More people will be opting for roofs with “lived in” and vintage looks.
“There’s a longing and desire for things that have a connection to the past and will stand the test of time, and that’s driving the popularity for some of the vintage looks we’re seeing for 2019,” says MRA executive director, Renee Ramey.
More than color and style, quality matters most. Metal roofs are gaining more popularity among homeowners, being one of the most durable options in the industry. They are very energy-efficient, long-lasting and have Class A fire ratings that can endure F-2 tornado-force winds.
When properly maintained, they can last for up to 50 years. Pick an experienced contractor who can take care of your roof’s need like Carney Roofing Company who also specializes in single ply roof repair.
Quick Tips in Choosing a Quality Metal Roof Provider
Research different options, only trust an experienced and reputable manufacturer and installer.
Make sure that they have a warranty for both the product and the installation.
Pay attention to the materials they use and what protective coatings they have.
If the offer is too good to be true, then it probably is. Look for referrals, reviews, and see if they have high service ratings.
At Carney Roofing Company, you can choose from a wide selection of high-quality, affordable metal roof colors. Our team can give you a free estimate of your metal and EPDM roofing cost. Call us at (936) 569-8241, or fill out our online request form. We provide expert commercial roofing installation services to building owners in Tyler, TX.