Metal Roofing Systems
Standing Seam Panels
Timeless Metal Roofs exclusively installs Standing Seam Metal Roofs in Michigan. From our experience, standing seam steel panels reduce and ease the stress on your structure without compromising strength.
Standing seam roofs are clean, modern, and available in over 40 colors! Our panels are manufactured in-house for the highest quality. Serving all of Michigan including Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Bay City and Midland and Northern Michigan.
The Ultimate Investment
If you plan to own your property for more than ten years, there is no comparison to the longevity of a metal roof, making it the ultimate investment. If you decide to sell your property in the future, expect an ROI at the time of sale. A second roof replacement in your lifetime is nearly impossible!
Timeless Metal Roofs passes on the ultimate security to our customers: a Lifetime Warranty on the craftsmanship of your metal roof installation.
Leak & Fire Resistant
Beyond longevity, your metal roof is classified as Grade A fire-resistant making your residential or commercial property more secure from random events.
It also is more resistant to harsh weathering from Michigan winters by shedding snow quicker off your roof. Come time for heavy winds, losing shingles is a worry of the past.
With our world-class craftsmanship and unique technique, you never have to worry about leak issues due to improper installation. Over years of experience, our installation techniques have evolved into our own, ensuring the highest quality product that outlasts the test of time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is a metal roof more expensive than asphalt?
A. Upfront, yes, a steel roof is significantly higher in price compared to asphalt. Over time, however, no, it saves in a number of ways including on your monthly energy costs. Also, if you plan to own your property for over 10 years, you can guarantee the need for a second roof replacement during your ownership when using asphalt shingles. Rather, steel panels are a one and done! The main wear will be on the coating of your roof, which is warrantied for up to 35 years with some paints.
Q. How long will it take to install my new metal roof?
A. Typically, a new installation can take from 3 to 8 business days, depending on the size and complexity of your project. At the end of each workday, you can count on our team to ensure the site is nice and clean, so you don't feel the process when we aren't at work.
Q. Are metal roofs prone to leak issues?
A. Leak issues are less about metal roofs and more about the installation process. But because we have innovated our installation process over time and pay such close attention to detail, you will never have to worry about a leak at the worst time, like during a huge storm.
Q. Are metal roofs loud when it's raining?
A. No, not when Timeless Metal Roofs install them! Between the standing seam panels and the roof deck is an insulation barrier lining, which absorbs the majority of any external noise.
Q. Do I have many colors to choose from or am I limited to the basics?
A. We offer over 40 colors to choose from, including textured, matte, glossy and metallic finishes for added style to your home.
Q. What type of maintenance comes with a metal roof?
A. If Timeless Metal Roofs has installed your standing seam metal roof system, there is virtually no maintenance thereafter! And if there was ever an issue down the road, your lifetime warranty has you covered.
Q. What is cost differences in roofing?
The cost differences in roofing depend on several factors, such as the type of roofing material, the size and complexity of the roof, the contractor's labor costs, and the geographic location. Metal roofs, for example, can be more expensive initially but have lower long-term maintenance costs compared to other roofing materials. Conversely, asphalt shingles are less expensive initially, but they have a shorter lifespan and may require more maintenance.
Q. How do metal roofs hold up in harsh weather?
Metal roofs are highly durable and can withstand harsh weather conditions, including high winds, heavy rain, hail, and snow. They are also fire-resistant and have a longer lifespan compared to other roofing materials. Proper installation and maintenance can ensure that metal roofs hold up well in even the harshest weather conditions.