If you're a regular reader of our blog posts or you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you've probably seen a few of homes we've protected with beautiful, durable metal roofing. But did you know we also install metal roofs on commercial properties as well? That roofing that will keep a home covered for decades can do the same for buildings that house everything from retail stores to warehouse operations to restaurants. (We've even got it on our own shop!) A great example of this is a fast food restaurant we did a few years ago at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis. The exterior of the Sandcastle Restaurant (located on the main beach) was in bad need of refurbishing, and being that they have a lakeside operation, they wanted something as environmentally friendly as possible. Petroleum-based roofing like asphalt was out of the question, but metal is a terrific green roofing product. Even with the moisture generated by being so close to a lake, this roof will hold up for decades and continue to look as good as the day we installed it. Since metal roofing stands up so well to our winter weather - resisting ice dam formation or problems from snow build-up, the owners won't have to worry about whether their restaurant will survive the next Minnesota winter. That metal roof will protect it! So the next time you're out and about enjoying the sunshine around Lake Nokomis, cruise over to the Sandcastle and enjoy some of their fantastic, fresh, make on-site food. And while you're munching on that Minnesota staple, cheese curds, check out the metal roof! (The roofing is Arrowline Solid Shake in Classic Blue.) Metal Roofing & Siding of Minnesota, a division of Quarve Contracting, installs eco-friendly metal roofs and metal siding on homes AND commercial properties in the greater Minneapolis metro area. If you'd like to find out more about protecting your home or business with the strength and durability of metal, give us a call today for a free consultation.
Wednesday 30 May 2018
Minnesota Metal Roofing Works for Commercial Properties, Too!
Posted by Quarve Contracting at 9:04 AM