Tornado Touching Down

Standing up to high wind and tornadoes.

Damage to roofing systems due to high winds is known as uplift. It is when wind gets underneath and lifts the roof up, or up and off. Not all metal roofing systems are installed to protect against uplift, and none of the other available roofing materials are.

A properly installed metal roofing system is designed to prevent uplift. Its concealed fastener and interlocking systems do not allow wind to get in underneath the panel or shingle. Metal roofing will withstand tornado like winds thru out its service life, most other roofing materials will not.

At Billings Metal Roofing our focus is on the benefits of metal roofing, we offer comparative analysis of other available roofing options, and solutions to getting the job done right.

We can help you decide if metal is best for you and your home or business.

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Tested against the Best that Mother Nature has to Offer.

We are known for our extreme weather events. We have seen tornadoes, wind gusts over 100 miles per hour, and sustained winds in the 80 mph range. We've seen lightning storms and wild fires, we have seen hail stones the size of grapefruit, heavy snow piling up faster than we can clear it, ice build ups from temperatures in the 50's during the day and below freezing at night. The summer months can be brutally hot, while the winter months are frigid cold. This weather is the cause of roofing materials deteriorating long before their warranties expire, and may be the primary reason that you are considering metal roofing.