When you want quality protection at the best value, turn to Rivers Edge Metal Roofing LLC. We will exceed your expectations on every job.
With a variety of colors, finishes and designs, we can match your roof perfectly to your home, business, church or barn. Even better, metal roofs require the least maintenance of all roofing materials. Your home or business will benefit from the added value of a metal roof. Also, the metal roof will retain its beauty for years. We offer metal roofs in a variety of colors and our roofs are custom cut on site.
Benefits of working with Rivers Edge:
- Total Clean-up of debris from jobsite
- Warranties on workmanship available on request
- 24-hour response time on all issues with our roofs
- Simple quotes via satellite imagery verified with on-site visit
- Serving all of Wisconsin with metal roofing needs
- Competitive pricing
Benefits of metal roofing
- 40% lower cooling costs
- A variety of finishes
- Increased property value
- Durability with Class 4 hail rating
- Easy maintenance
- FREE estimates
Frequently Asked Questions
Isn’t metal roofing expensive?
You may be surprised. We work hard to deliver competitive bids which is made possible through specializing only in metal and owning equipment that makes installs efficient.
Will it be louder inside my home when it rains?
Metal roofs have come a long way since the thin metal sheets you’re thinking of. This, coupled with modern insulation make metal roofs no louder than shingled roofs.
How popular is metal roofing?
We are seeing a lot of growth in metal roofing especially with the newer style of hidden fastener systems. Many cities are changing their rules allowing for metal roofs on residential homes.
How long will my roof last?
From our experience we see shingled roofs lasting around 18 years. Our opinion on metal is that it will be the last roof you’ll ever have to buy.
Do I need to remove my shingles to install metal?
If you have multiple layers of asphalt, yes. If you have one layer of asphalt in relatively good condition it is acceptable to leave them on. The only downside being the added weight on the roof.