Stonescape Steel Roofing was wonderful to work with. During the March 2021 snowstorm, a large branch fell on our roof and punctured it in many places, and tore off... read more
The Owners of StoneScape Steel Roofing, Rob and Erika are two of the nicest, smartest and diligent people I have met to date in the roofing industry. I am... read more
I am a commercial building owner in Fort Collins, so when I was in the process of renovating my property this summer I was eager to use a local roofer.... read more
Stonescape Steel Roofing took care of every detail and followed through on everything they said they would do. Sean explained everything thoroughly to me, walked me through the process, never... read more
I am happy with my experience with Stonescape, and I would recommend them to anyone looking to have a roof installed. When compared to other roofers, their bid was the... read more
Stonescape Steel Roofing provides high-end workmanship and superb quality control during the entire tear-off and installation process . Additionally, their customer service, from beginning to end, was top-notch. Ryan,... read more
When it comes to the best roofing system for your home, 26 gauge Stone Coated Steel takes the cake for durability and aesthetics. This bad boy is rated Class 4 for impact resistance, meaning it can take a beating from hail and last 3.5 times longer than asphalt shingles. Plus, with wind warranties up to 130MPH, it can handle the gusts of Wyoming or Colorado like a champ. So if you want a roof that's tough as nails and looks good doing it, this is the way to go.
Stone coated steel is a system that provides a return on your investment. With a proven ability to provide home insurance discounts of up to 15%, it also lowers your energy bill by 30-50% on average! Avoid having to chip into your savings account and pay your deductible repeatedly when the hail comes through! Contact us to learn more about a permanent Kansas City metal roofing solution.
Traditional metal roofing consists of PBR, standing seam, Tufrib, corrugated, and more. These systems provide all the great benefits you can find in stone coated steel such as class 4 impact resistance, wind resistance, and a class A fire rating. Traditional metal is great for homes in the hills, country, barns, and more. With great durability, you can add a unique look to your home with ultimate protection.
All of these profiles have many gauge and color options for your to choose from for your Kansas City metal roofing needs. You can choose from a hidden fastener system that comes with standing seam or stand out with the unique profile of Tufrib. Depending on the profile you want for your home, our expert Kansas City roofers will guide you through the benefits as well as possible drawbacks. Let Stonescape help you with your residential roofing needs in the Kansas City area.
As Kansas City roofers, we specialize in metal roofing, but we also provide asphalt roofing shingles that may align better with your requirements. Our range of asphalt roofing vendors offers diverse class 4 impact-resistant options that come with wind warranties of up to 120MPH. Shingles are an excellent choice for reliable protection and quick installation to get your house back to its original state. For further information about shingle roofing options, feel free to reach out to us. Our team of professionals will be more than happy to assist you.
Allow one of our Kansas City metal roofing specialists to inspect your property. We will evaluate every detail of your roof, windows, and siding while documenting our findings with Honestly, Integrity, and Quality. Our consultants share their findings with you in a thorough report, including pictures, and discuss their recommendations and your options. As we want to provide the best service possible, we will advise you if no damage is present!
When it comes to Kansas City residential roofing, Stonescape recommends two home inspections every year. Even if no storm has come through, a lot of other issues can surface. Worn-out sealants, settling, critters, and UV exposure can cause damage that allows for air drafts or leaks within your home. Finding these issues early on can prevent a costly expense down the road.