Canyon Shake Metal Roofing

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Canyon Shake Metal Roofing

Canyon Shake Metal Roofing

Canyon Shake offers the best of both worlds when it comes to roofing. Canyon Shake Tile combines the look of natural wood roofs with the safety of steel metal roofs. These stone coated roofing tiles require much less maintenance and replacement than natural roofs and are also much more economical. With Garvin’s stone coated tiles you wont need to treat for mold and fungus, and over the decades, your shake style roof will continue to look beautiful while delivering the best protection, as the day it was installed. Gerard Canyon Shake stone coated steel roofing is fire resistant, and backed by a “Class-A” fire rating thanks to their inflammable nature and interlocking structure.

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Anyone who has ever replaced the roof on their home knows that it can be a huge undertaking, a potentially very time consuming and costly venture.