Standing Seam * Shakes * Copper

Standing Seam options

Standing Seam Metal Roofing is the right fit for historical homes, contemporary homes, and even traditional homes. As the area’s leading installer of Standing Seam Metal Roofs, no job is too big or too small for us here at Metal Roofing of New Jersey. The reason we can do this is because we custom fabricate all of our panels using a Metal Man roll forming machine to create our roof panels in our warehouse as well onsite. This machine allows us to produce panels up to 60 feet in length, which prevents the formation of vertical seams on your roof. In addition, thanks to the equipment we use, your roof will be able to expand and contract properly unlike other roof systems that come in a kit.

For low sloping roofs, we recommend our mechanically seamed panel that can be installed on roofs with as little of a slope as ½ inch per foot! Never replace or repair your flat roof again. Metal has a life expectancy of over fifty years versus 10 years of a rubber torch down roof.

Manufacturer Warranty on .032 Aluminum metal is 35 years.

Labor Warranty is 10 years

Metal Shake Options

Innovatively engineered to emulate the touch and texture of wood, a Metal Shake Roof is the ultimate roofing solution for homeowners who want to give their home an upscale appearance. Demonstrating exceptional strength and energy efficiency, a Metal Shake roof has the allure of a traditional shake roof without any of its weaknesses. As a durable and malleable material, your metal shake roof is naturally flexible and can stand fearlessly against wind that travels up to 140 mph. Homeowners swamped up in a busy schedule will also be happy to learn that a metal shake roof can last 50, 60, or even 100 years with minimal maintenance on your part.


When it comes to choosing Copper for your roof material, there is one thing you can rely on: copper will not rust, it has no finish to scratch or peel, and it is soft enough to easily cool and weathers naturally to a beautiful, natural green patina. Although considerably more expensive than aluminum and galvalume, Copper is a rare metal that can give your home the look and feel you desire