Texas Metal Roof Systems

Texans must be extra careful when choosing roofing materials. In this climate where there is often tornadoes, hurricanes and other tropical storms, a strong and durable metal roof is a must.

Yes, go metal roofing in Texas.

Metal roofing is a sound choice for both residential and commercial properties in this region. Along with the ability to withstand winds of as much as 120 mph, this product is also energy efficient. With many hot and humid days, you’ll greatly appreciate how this roof will reduce your energy costs by aiding in keeping your home cool. Additionally, many of our styles qualify for the Energy Star tax credit.

Absolute Steel offers a number of styles and colors to meet every budget and aesthetic design. Servicing all of Texas, we will deliver our products directly to the job site. Check out our prices and added information to aid in making a selection for your building project.

Prices are valid for any area within Texas and some shipping restrictions do apply. Click here for details on shipping to your job site.

No matter what kind of metal roofing style you choose, you’ll never have to worry about your roof again. Most come with a true 30 to 50 year warranty

  • We serve Houston, Dalas, El Paso, San Antonio, Austin, Galveston, Amarillo and every Texas town and community in between!
  • 25 to 50 year manufacturer’s warranty on most products
  • Fifty percent lighter than asphalt shingles
  • Can withstand winds up to 120 mph
  • Environmentally friendly – approximately 56% of the steel content is from recycled metal

We offer many different profiles and the widest selection of popular finishes. With access to more than eight manufacturing facilities across America, you can count on our job site delivery and customer service before and after the sale to fit virtually any application and budget.

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