Last updated on December 20th, 2016 at 03:41 pm
A beautiful and long lasting metal roof atop the most significant architecture in our lives is like the ultimate finishing touch. More important than than the lasting beauty is the lasting protection that only a high performing aluminum roof can provide. Unaltered by hail, high-speed winds, heavy snow concentrations and the sun’s rays, an aluminum roof has the strength of metal to weather any storm, but unlike steel will never rust.
Trust the Church Roofing Experts
Trust our experienced metal roofing experts to help your Church achieve the best possible results on an upgraded roof. Classic roofing technicians are trained to do a thorough inspection of your Church’s current roof, and provide you with all of the information and materials you need to make decisions based on your Church’s particular needs and challenges.
Metal Roofs that Give Back to Your Church
Classic Products Roofing Systems Inc. is committed to giving back to the community. For any member of a Church with a Classic Roof that installs a Classic Roof on their home, we will donate 5% of the value back to the Church. In addition to the financial benefit of never needing to re-roof again, your Church can expect significant savings on energy bills, as a Classic Aluminum Roof is a Cool Metal Roof.
Metal Church Roofs in History and Today
Metal roofing has a long history dating back thousands of years. Primarily used for significant architectural structures, churches and other places of worship, copper roofing shingles date back to the 3rd century B.C. In fact, the copper roof of St. Mary’s Cathedral in Northern Germany was installed in 1280 A.D., and survives to this day. Today copper roofing is still used for the most precious of architectural structures. It’s longevity and increased beauty over time due to it’s distinctive green patina, are the reasons why copper shingles are still popular. Many churches are now choosing Classic Aluminum Roofing as an affordable option that offers the same benefits as the traditional copper shingles.