• 3323 Mustang Dr, Brooksville, FL 34604
  • 352 754-8600
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Metal Roofing

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL ROOF

REPAIRS & INSTALLATIONS DONE RIGHT

When it comes to replacing your roof, you really don’t want to take chances, and should only hire a licensed and experienced roofing contractor for all your roofing needs.

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The Metal Roof
Durable And Long Lasting

A Lifetime Of Benefits And Savings –  Metal roofing has been around for many years and for good reason. It can last a lifetime with very little to no maintenance and give the home or business owner a break on their taxes, long term savings on their power bill and the satisfaction of knowing that the people and items under their metal roof are safe and protected from harsh elements that hit year after year.

A Practical And Economical Solution –  Metal roofs have become a popular alternative to traditional roofing materials. This is due to the fact that metal is lightweight, maintenance-free, fireproof, energy efficient, durable, and can be manufactured to give virtually any look conceivable. Furthermore, metal roofs have a life expectancy of over 30 years and houses with metal roofs may receive a discount on the homeowner’s insurance.

Metal Roof Specialist –  We have a fully equipped sheet metal shop and offer custom sheet metal fabrication and installation of your entire sheet metal requirements both standard and specialized metals, including all types of metal roof systems.

We are certified installers for all the major Metal Roof manufacturers. We specialize in all types of metal roof systems from PBR to mechanically seamed roof systems. Our highly trained and supervised crews delivers the craftsmanship you expect. Our inspection program ensures you are fully satisfied with every aspect of the job. We pay attention to every detail

When it comes to roofing,
WE ARE A NAME THAT YOU CAN TRUST.
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED FOR OVER 35 YEARS.

What Is Under My Metal Roof?

When it comes to metal roof you have a few options. First if this is new construction or a roof removal you will have a felt paper or a synthetic or a high temp peel and seal underlayment. We all know about tar-paper it has been around for years and still is in use today.

When it comes to underlayment there are three main types. The felt paper that has been around forever,  the synthetic underlayment and peel & stick underlayment, have been around for some years now and are here to stay. When you hear about drying in your roof one of these underlayment’s will be used in almost every new roof install.

Now we get into the options you have if you have a existing shingle roof.

1. You can remove your existing shingle roof down to the roof deck and replace any damaged/rotten wood plus re-nail your roof decking to bring up to code.  Install underlayment any of the three. The High Temp peel & Seal is best for this application.

2. If the roof is solid and maybe on a spot or two of bad wood needing to be replaced, we can install a barrier sheet (synthetic underlayment) onto the existing shingles. Fabricate and install new edge metal and install the new metal roof onto the barrier sheet.

3. If the roof is solid and maybe on a spot or two of bad wood needing to be replaced, we can install a 1″x4″ wood batten grid onto the existing shingle roof. Fabricate and install new edge metal and install the new metal roof onto the 1″x4″ wood batten grid. Note the spacing between battens will be 24″.

4. If the roof is solid and maybe on a spot or two of bad wood needing to be replaced, we can install a 1″x4″ wood batten grid onto the existing shingle roof with 1/2″ dense insulation board installed between the wood battens. Fabricate and install new edge metal and install the new metal roof onto the 1″x4″ wood batten grid. Note the spacing between battens will be 24″.

Types Of Underlayment

    Felt Papers  – Felt paper has been used for years and for good reason. It does the job and is cost effective. Felt roofing underlayment is asphalt saturated.  There are #15 and #30 felt papers with the #30 installed onto most roofs between the roof deck and the shingles.

 

Synthetics  –   The Synthetic Underlayment is lightweight and durable, cost-effective, and is a reliable replacement to felt papers.  Synthetic Underlayment is composed of  water-resistant polyolefin with an exceptional, non-woven, slip-resistant surface.

Peel & Seal   –  The P&S underlayment has been around for a while now. For metal roof use it is an asphalt based product made so that one side is adhered to the roof deck via a thin plastic that is peeled off the underside. Under metal roofs it is recommend to use a High Temp underlayment. This is the underlayment we use under most of our metal roof installs on mew construction and existing roof removal.

What Are The Different Types Of Metal Roofs?

Metal roofing is available in many styles and shapes, such as a concealed fastener standing seam, an exposed fastener master rib along with metal shingles.  Below you will find Images and details of roof panels we offer. If you do not find what you are looking for give us a call. (352 754-8600)

To keep this page short we are going to go over the two most used roof panel types.  The exposed fastener metal roof panel and the concealed fastener metal roof panel. You should note that different manufactures, name their panels something to do with their business but all panels look alike, they are just called by a different name.

The exposed fastener metal roof panel. As the name states these panels are fastened down with screws thru the metal roof panel.  Most of these panels come in 3′ wide and 2′ wide by whatever length is needed. The 3′ wide panel has ribs on 9″ centers with a rib height of about 1″ and the 2′ wide panel is most often a 5-V Crimp panel with W style ribs every 2′ apart and a single center rib with a rib height of about 3/4″.  These panels are fastened thru the panel with a screw using a neoprene washer to keep it water tight.

The concealed fastener metal roof panel. As the name states these panels are fastened down with screws using clips or nail strip under the metal roof panel. The roof panel is then installed by locking one panel down onto the other panel.  These panels come in sizes from 12″ wide and 2′ wide by whatever length is needed. The rib height is from 1″ to 2″.  To keep what in the metal roofing industry  is called oil canning down, a striated panels are recommended. Note if you chose not to go with a striated panel the metal panel supplier will ask you to sign a oil canning waiver. This is common in the metal roofing industry.

 

EXPOSED FASTENER METAL ROOF PANELS

SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS ON THIS PANEL SYSTEM

TUFF RIB METAL ROOFING PANEL

This panel is manufactured in our facility.
Suitable for any roof with a pitch greater than 2/12.

  • Applications: Residential, Agricultural, Light Commercial, Industrial
  • Gauge: 26 gauge and 29 gauge residential, Agricultural, Light Commercial, Industrial
  • Panel Profile: 36″ Net coverage, 5 ribs 9″ On-Center, 3/4 high rib
  • Substrate: Steel
  • Finish: Siliconized Modified Polyester. Acrylic coasted Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: Galvalume® – 25 years and 6 months. Core Defender painted – 40 years

PBR RIB METAL ROOFING PANEL

This panel is manufactured in our facility.
Suitable for any roof with a pitch greater than 1/2 / 12.

  • PBR Metal Roofing Panels are the most popular commercial panel on the market.
  • Applications: Residential, Agricultural, Light Commercial, Industrial
  • Gauge: 26 gauge
  • Panel Profile: 36″ Net Coverage, 4 ribs 12″ On-Center, 1 1/4″ high rib
  • Substrate: Steel
  • Finish: Siliconized Modified Polyester. Acrylic coated Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: Galvalume® – 25 years and 6 months. Core Defender painted – 40 years

5-V CRIMP METAL ROOFING PANEL

5V Metal Roofing panels have a classic look matching one of the oldest profiles on the market.

Available in 26 Gauge only.

  • Applications: Residential, Agricultural
  • Gauge: 26 gauge
  • Panel Profile: 24″ Net Coverage
  • Substrate: Steel
  • Finish: Acrylic coated Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: Galvalume® – 25 years and 6 months
EXPOSED FASTENER METAL ROOF PANEL COLORS

Click on any sample color below to enlarge that sample color.

Note about paint colors, all manufactures name there metal colors to their brand, most of the colors will look the close to another brand name.

Weathered Wood
Pure White
Thunderstorm Grey
Polar White
Shadow Grey
Ivory
Rustic Slate
Light Stone
Clay
Clay
Weathered Wood
Mocha Tan
Marine Green
Marine Green
Patina Green
Patina Green
Evergreen
Evergreen
Forest Green
Forest Green
Hawaiian Blue
Hawaiian Blue
Gallery Blue
Gallery Blue
Barn Red
Barn Red
Patriot Red
Patriot Red
Burgundy
Burgundy
Cocoa Brown
Cocoa Brown
Bronze
Bronze
Light Gray
Light Gray
Charcoal Gray
Charcoal Gray
Black
Black
Metallic Copper
Metallic Copper
Galvalume Mill Finish
Galvalume Mill Finish

CONCEALED FASTENER METAL ROOF PANELS

SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS ON THIS PANEL SYSTEM

NAIL STRIP METAL ROOFING PANEL

The most popular residential standing seam metal roofing panel on the market today.
The panel screws are actually concealed underneath the panel and are not visible.
That is what makes this panel unique. Available in 24 Gauge.

  • Suitable for any roof with a pitch greater than 1/4″ /12.
  • Applications: Residential and light commercial
  • Gauge: 24 or 26 Gauge, or .032 Aluminum (Aluminum panels available in 1″ rib height)
  • Panel Profile: 15.75″ wide with 1″ high ribs
  • Substrate: Steel and Aluminum
  • Finish: Max Defender, Core Defender, Coastal Defender and Acrylic coasted Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: 35-year limited paint warranty Max, 40-year limited paint warranty Core, 25-year Mill Finish warranty, 25-Year
  • Aluminum No Set Back Warranty
  • Available in: Flat, Ribbed, or Striated

SNAP LOCK METAL ROOFING PANEL

  • Gauge: 24 Gauge
  • Panel Coverage: 15 1/2″
  • Rib Height: 1 1/2″
  • Minimum Slope: 2:12
  • Substrate: Steel and Aluminum
  • Finish: Max Defender, Core Defender, Coastal Defender and Acrylic coasted Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: 35-year limited paint warranty Max, 40-year limited paint warranty Core, 25-year Mill Finish warranty, 25-Year
  • Aluminum No Set Back Warranty
  • Available in: Flat, Ribbed, or Striated

MECHANICALLY SEAMED METAL ROOFING PANEL

  • Gauge: 24 Gauge
  • Panel Coverage: 14 3/4″
  • Rib Height: 1.5″ or 2″
  • Minimum Slope: 1/4:12
  • Substrate: Steel and Aluminum
  • Finish: Max Defender, Core Defender, Coastal Defender and Acrylic coasted Galvalume® AZ55
  • Warranty: 35-year limited paint warranty Max, 40-year limited paint warranty Core, 25-year Mill Finish warranty, 25-Year
  • Aluminum No Set Back Warranty
  • Available in: Flat, Ribbed, or Striated
CONCEALED FASTENER METAL ROOF PANEL COLORS

Click on any paint sample below to enlarge that color.

Note about paint colors, all manufactures name there paint colors to their brand, most of the colors will look the close to another brand name.

Regal White
Regal White
Solar White
Solar White
Sandstone
Sandstone
Sierra Tan
Sierra Tan
Ash Gray
Ash Gray
Slate Gray
Slate Gray
Dove Gray
Dove Gray
Charcoal Gray
Charcoal Gray
Aged Copper
Aged Copper
Evergreen
Evergreen
Brook Blue
Brook Blue
Cobalt Stone
Cobalt Stone
Terra Cotta
Terra Cotta
Regal Red
Regal Red
Colonial Red
Colonial Red
Mansard Brown
Mansard Brown
Medium Bronze
Medium Bronze
Dark Bronze
Dark Bronze
Matte Black
Matte Black
Patina Green
Patina Green
Nevada Silver Metallic
Nevada Silver Metallic
Napa Champagne  Metallic
Napa Champagne Metallic
Copper  Metallic
Copper Metallic
Pre-Weathered Metallic
Pre-Weathered Metallic
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A new roof is a big investment and people always have a lot of questions before making any decisions, below are some of the more common ones…

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Unless you’re a trained roofing professional, most roofing work shouldn’t be carried out yourself. Also keep in mind that most manufacturers of products used in the roof repair will not warranty those products unless a licensed professional carries out the work. The other thing to keep in mind is that working on a roof can be very dangerous, so is it really worth risking your health in order to save money? JK Johns is family owned and operated, we have been in the roofing business for over 35 years. To get started you can give us a call (352 754-8600)or stop by our office located at 3323 Mustang Dr. in Brooksville, FL. 34604.

To get started just give us a call. We will answer any questions you have.  Set up a time to come out and measure your roof and see how much material your roof will need and if there are any special conditions. We will then work up an proposal for your new roof. Today with email we can have your proposal over to you in a timely matter.

You will need a permit for your new roof. Not to worry as we will take care of pulling your permit.  In order to pull your permit we will need a Notice Of Commencement (NOC).   We will send you an NOC and you will need to fill it out and get it back to us. We take the NOC to the courthouse and file it. The courthouse will give us the proper paper work to take to the permit office and pull your permit. Once we have your permit we can set a date to start your new roof.

There are many steps when re-roofing your home.

  1. We have a dump trailer dropped off.
  2. The roofing material will be delivered.
  3. We remove your existing roof.
  4. Replace any damaged/rotten wood.
  5. Re-Nail roof deck to bring up to code.
  6. Install new underlayment.
  7. Install new lead boots, GRV roof vents,
  8. Install new roof shingles.
  9. If in the contract we will install new ridge venting and skylights, gutter.
  10. Clean up debris and remove dump trailer.

Since your roof is constantly exposed to the outside elements, it means your roof is going to degrade over time. The rate at which it degrades will depend on a number of factors. These include; the quality of the original materials used and the workmanship, the amount of abuse it has to take from the elements, how well the roof is maintained and the design of the roof. Most roofing contractors will quote around 50 years for a well-built and well-maintained roof, but that can never be guaranteed because of the above factors. Our advice is to always keep your roof well maintained and get regular inspections to make sure it lasts as long as possible.

Depending on what county you live in your roof will get one or two inspections. Some counties require an affidavit stated that the roof deck was re-nailed to bring up to code.  All roofs will receive a final roof inspection from the county.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY

It’s official! Our customers love us….and we hope that you will grow to love us too!

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