Stainless Steel Roofing
The expert team here at JTC Roofing are specialists when it comes to all things metal roofing. With years of experience and knowledge, we can offer all the best advice so that you end up with a roof that fits your requirements.
Stainless steel roofing is excellent when it comes to standing the test of time and protecting from the otherwise inevitable wear and tear. It is an incredibly light structure, that is low maintenance and you could even finish it off with matching stainless steel cladding & guttering! Available in different grades depending on whether your surrounding area is rural or industrial, our trusted roofing contractors will find the right one for you. There is also terne coated steel as another great option for a hardwearing metal, with the appearance of lead in colour when it has toned down.
As experts in all aspects of the installation process, we will make sure your new roof is secure, stable and looking great! Simply contact us today for more information about our stainless steel roofing and our costs & prices.
Stainless Steel Roofing FAQs
For further information on stainless steel roofing, feel free to have a browse through our FAQs. If you have a question or a query that we haven’t covered below, please feel free to get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to help.
Q. What are the different laying methods?
A. The laying methods for stainless steel can include:
- Batten roll (trapizoidal or round)
- Standing seams
- Integral clipping
- Sliding clips
Q. What underlay should you use?
A. Metmatt™ underlay
Q. How much does stainless steel weigh?
Approximately per square meter, 0.4mm is 3.05kg and 0.5mm is 3.8kg
Q. What is the lifespan of a stainless steel roof?
A. The lifespan of a stainless steel roof is between 80-100 years.
Q. What are the benefits of stainless steel roofs?
A. Stainless steel roofs are low-maintenance, self-repairing, low-weight and 100% recyclable, making them a great choice for a number of buildings.
Q. What finishes are available for stainless steel?
A. There are a variety of grades and finishes available, including:
- Grade 304 (can be used in rural atmospheres)
- FME grade in 0.5mm thickness
- Terne-coated (pre-coated, giving a good appearance)
- Mill low reflective finish (used in many re-roofing projects on churches and other public buildings)