Roofing Experts in Central Florida and the Gulf Coast 

It is easy to get excited about your new roof installation and we are pleased to help you choose the best roof for your space. Whether you are involved in a completely new construction project, or perhaps you require a total replacement, you can speak to our technicians about the pros and cons of all the roof types in Central Florida and The Gulf Coast. Our team at Statewide Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. is ready to come to your aid.

Types of Roofing Systems to Choose From

There are plenty of roofs you may want to select from when you are thinking of a quality installation for your house. 

Some of the options that are great to consider for your Florida property include:

Shingle Roofing

Shingle roofing – This classic model is extremely flexible to match with any type of architectural style you may have. It also comes in a wide variety of colors and textures. Although shingles do not last quite as long as some other materials, they still will be good for about 20 years, with regular maintenance. 

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing – Metal roofs are known for their longevity, able to last several decades without experiencing any kind of corrosion. Because they are so strong, they are great option to withstand the harsh storms of wind, rain, and hail that can appear in Florida. Best of all, metal roofs are extremely helpful for preserving energy efficiency, which will decrease the costs of your utility bills.

Tile Roofing

Tile roofing – Another durable form of roofing, tiles made of clay, slate, or stone are great to have installed at your home. These types of tiles can be overlapped to create a look that is alternatively classically elegant, or contemporarily stylish, and they also come in a wide variety of colors.

Contact us now at (863) 695-2501 or 941-200-3029 for the care that your roof requires in Central Florida or the Gulf Coast.

What Are the Benefits of TPO Roofing?

TPO stands for thermoplastic olefin, and is made out of three substances: a polymer base, a “scrim,” which is an internal substance made of polyester-reinforced fabric middle, and then a tough substance of compounded thermoplastic polyolefin. Together, these three components allow the material to be extremely resistant to undesirable materials, like debris and dust, mold and algae, and even harmful bacteria. 

Simultaneously, however, TPO is quite flexible. You can feel the great benefits of the fact that it is able to stand strong against tears, scratches, punctures, and harsh blows. This is particularly beneficial for those who live in Florida, where hurricanes are a natural and common occurrence every year. If you would like to learn more about having a TPO installation at your home, just speak to Statewide Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. as soon as possible.

Speak to us today at (863) 695-2501, (941) 200-3029, or by contacting us online, and one of our team members can get started in explaining the process of adding an installation of any our roof types in Central Florida and The Gulf Coast.

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Why Choose Us?
Excellence Since 1983
  • Family Owned & Operated

    We are proud to be a local company with longevity and family at the forefront of what we do since 1983.

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    We want to build great relationships with our customers. Complete satisfaction is our guarantee.

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    We are always upfront providing great value for our high-quality roofing services.

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