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Advanced Aluminum is a family run company founded in 1989 by James Smith. Today the company is a major supplier of metal roofing and siding panels for residential, industrial and agricultural building projects.

Are Metal Roofs Better Than Shingles

The roof is an integral part of your home. It not only protects the structure and its contents, but it also can add to its curb appeal. So, when it’s time for a roof replacement, the most significant decision is often deciding which type of roofing material to choose. While Read more…

Your Guide for Metal Roof Maintenance

When it comes to maintaining your metal roof, one of the primary maintenance elements is built right into the roofing material: metal. Metal is strong and durable and will withstand all kinds of weather and seismic events that other roofs eventually will crumble under. Still, there are a few thin Read more…

Are Metal Roofs Loud in the Rain?

The science of sound is very interesting. It’s been shown that the softest sound a human ear can register is 0dB, or zero decibels. On the other end, the loudest sound humans can hear measures over 175 dB, which is louder than a jet taking off. The question is, where Read more…

Can Solar Panels Be Installed on Metal Roofs?

People who already have metal roofs and people thinking of having a metal roof installed often ask this question. Both metal roofs and solar panels bring numerous benefits, but it’s reasonable to wonder if they will work efficiently together. You’ll be glad to know they will. In fact, a solar Read more…

Are Metal Roofs Eco-Friendly?

The popularity of metal roofs has grown over the past several years, and it’s easy to understand why. It resists snow, water, hail, fire, pests, and is more durable than any other type of roof. Metal roofs are also lightweight and are available in many different colors and shapes that Read more…

Is Metal Roofing a Good Choice for Older Homes?

Re-roofing an older home presents certain challenges. One of them is determining that the structure is strong enough for the heavy new roof. Of course, that applies primarily to standard roofing materials such as asphalt shingles. Metal roofing is far lighter than traditional shingles and other roofing styles and will Read more…