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Atlanta in Winter: Roof Damage

December 28, 2020

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Atlanta averages 48 days a year below freezing and 2.9 inches of snow annually. That might not sound like much, but it’s enough for winter roof damage. Even in our mild climate, homeowners need to consider the damage cold temperatures can do to their roof. As temperatures drop,  asphalt or other temporary shingles may crack… ( read more )

Metal roofing questions: Atlanta homeowners get answers.

August 28, 2020

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When you need to learn about a new subject, where do you turn?  Do you visit the library, ask your friends, or Google? While Googling is great for getting a quick answer, sometimes you need a local authority on the matter. That’s where we come in. Combining Classic Metal Roofing Systems’ manufacturing excellence with our… ( read more )

2 Roofs:The right metal roofing system solves their problems

March 27, 2020

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No matter the season, storms, water, and moisture can wreak havoc on your roof.  Here are the stories of 2 homes with problems of water and moisture damage. Both can be remediated with proper ventilation, and the right metal roofing solution. First, we introduce you to Todd Miller, President of Isaiah Industries, which includes Classic… ( read more )

Your Roof:Ventilation is a Big Deal

December 18, 2019

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When you re-roof your home, it is the perfect time to make sure that your home’s attic ventilation is functioning properly. That’s why we start every roof inspection with an attic inspection. Why Good Ventilation is a Big Deal Prevents mold and rot. Recent years have brought building science technologies that are making homes tighter… ( read more )

Energy Efficiency and Expert Metal Roofing Installation

July 23, 2019

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Many homeowners choose metal roofs because they learn that these roofs can save the environment – and their wallets – through energy efficiency. That’s very true, but not all metal roof installations are the same in terms of energy efficiency. The level of energy efficiency achieved with metal roofing is dependent upon the knowledge of… ( read more )

What’s in Your Attic? Condensation?

June 27, 2019

Your home requires protection from and the prevention of condensation. So, what does metal roofing have to do with condensation? Here’s an explanation. A properly installed metal roof, with a properly prepared attic, can prevent condensation. Metal Roofing: Good Installation and Ventilation Means No Condensation When installed on standard residential construction consisting of typical attic… ( read more )

Reduced Energy Costs with Lifetime Metal Roofing

March 25, 2019

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Though spring is just beginning, we want to remind you that our quality metal roofing systems will reduce home energy costs by keeping homes naturally cooler in hot weather and reducing summer air conditioning demand. And the time to get ready for heat is now. Here’s how we can help. 3 Ways a Lifetime Metal… ( read more )

Ice Dams in Atlanta? Yes.

September 30, 2018

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What in years past may have been confined to some higher elevations in rural Georgia, has in recent years come to visit upon more of the state. Freezing temperatures from mounting winter blasts have brought snow and ice dams to Atlanta area homes. So, What Causes an Ice Dam? Ice dams generally result from one… ( read more )

Components of a Quality Metal Roof: The Top 6

July 27, 2018

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If you’re researching the purchase of a metal roof for your Atlanta area home, here is an excellent place to start: our list of the top six things to look for in any metal roofing product. Not all metal roofs meet these quality points, but we think you will agree that all six are essential. 1…. ( read more )

Temperature Extremes Affect Your Home. Your Roof Can Help.

June 27, 2018

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Typical construction methods attempt to deal with temperature extremes, both hot and cold, through insulation. The desire is to maintain comfortable temperatures inside the home as economically as possible. While insulation provides thermal mass to prevent heat migration in or out of your home, building science is showing us other, sometimes better, ways to do… ( read more )

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