Metal Roofing in Williamsburg, the Peninsula + Northern Neck, VA
Streamline Roofing is a premier metal roofing company that serves Williamsburg, the Peninsula, and Northern Neck, VA. What sets up apart form our competition is that we are metal roofing fabricators. We bend custom metal on site. With years of experience, we have earned a reputation for being the go-to experts for all types of metal roofing needs. Whether it’s residential or commercial roofing, we have the skills and expertise to deliver exceptional results every time.
Custom Metal Fabrication for Your One-of-a-Kind Roof Design
At Streamline Roofing, we are a leading provider of custom metal fabrication for metal roofs. With our years of experience and our team of highly skilled professionals, we are capable of handling a wide range of custom metal fabrication projects for our clients. We have invested in advanced tools and equipment to ensure that our metal fabrication services are of the highest quality. Whether you need a new metal roof or want to upgrade your existing roof with custom metal fabrication, we can deliver the results you need.
Metal Roofing Components
Drip edge is a metal flashing that is installed along the edges of a roof to prevent water from seeping into the underlying materials. It’s typically made from aluminum, steel, or copper and is available in a variety of colors and sizes to match your roofing material. Installing a drip edge can help extend the life of your roof by preventing water damage and reducing the risk of leaks.
A ridge cap is a metal cap that covers the peak of a roof where two sloped sections meet. It’s designed to provide a watertight seal and protect against wind, rain, and snow. Ridge caps are typically made from the same material as the rest of your metal roofing and are available in a variety of profiles and colors to match your roof.
A hip cap is a metal cap that covers the hips of a roof where two sloped sections meet at an angle. It’s similar to a ridge cap but is designed to fit the angle of the hip rather than the peak of the roof. Like ridge caps, hip caps are available in a variety of profiles and colors to match your metal roofing material. Installing hip caps can help prevent water damage and extend the life of your roof.
Metal Roofing Process
FORM ROOF PANELS
On the day of installation we will remove the old roofing materials and repairing any damaged areas. It’s essential to have a clean, flat surface to work on to ensure that the metal roof is properly installed and will last for years.
After confirming the measurements, the roof panels are roll formed on site from Englert coil stock.
We custom make the drip edge, valley metal and ridge cap in our Metal Fabrication Shop.
Install the Metal Panels:
Once the underlayment is in place, it’s time to install the metal panels. This involves cutting the panels to size, fastening them to the roof deck, and overlapping them to create a watertight seal. It’s essential to install the panels to specification to ensure that they are properly secured and aligned.
Finish the Installation:
Finally, the last step is to finish the installation by adding trim pieces, such as drip edge, ridge cap, and hip cap, to seal off the edges of the roof and provide a finished look. It’s important to pay close attention to detail when finishing the installation to ensure that the roof is watertight and will last for years to come. Once the installation is complete, it’s important to regularly inspect and maintain the metal roof to ensure its longevity and to prevent any potential issues.