Ideal Application :
ULTA Panels are an elegant and durable roof covering suitable for all types of roofs.
Combining traditional and modern solutions, ULTA panels can be used for commercial, sacral and residential buildings as well as for renovation of old roofs.
ULTA Panels are one of the lightest roofing materials, with a wide range of colors and the custom possibility to fit any roof and surroundings.
Fold up the lower edge of the sheet
This solution provides better drainage of the roof surface and thus prevents it from overrunning. In addition, transverse links on the roof are hidden
Factory pre-prepared holes and mounting cups
This is our patent for the roof. Murano is a pioneer of easy assembly
Extrusion along the embossments
Thanks to them, the transverse links on the roof are invisible and the sheet is additionally stiffened. We combine aesthetics with endurance.
ULTA Panels are installed vertically up the slope the roof. Panels are secured with metal fasteners long enough to penetrate the solid substrate. The minimum recommended slope is 3:12. Installation manuals detailing the application of ridge, valley and trim assemblies are available.
S280 GD + Z 275 +SP 35 – EN 10346:2015-09 (SS Grade 40 – ASTM A 653)
THICKNESS: 26 gauge
COATING: Noble Matt
A – Sheet total width – 46.85”-47.13″ (1190-1197mm)
B – Sheet cover width – 44.88″ (1140mm)
C – Fold height – 1.38″ (35mm)
D – Wave height – 0.43″ (11mm)
Total height 1.81″ (46mm)
Sheet total length 28.50″ (724mm)
Sheet cover length 27.56″ (700mm)
Module length 13.78″ (350mm)
Width between waves peaks 8.98″ (228mm)
Sheet cover area 8.59 ft2 (0.798m2)
Sheet weight 8.16 lb (3.7 kg)
Color and Finish:
ULTA Panels has an embossed finish, which creates a traditional matte finish. The paint system is a high-performance finish that provides maximum protection from the sun’s harsh UV rays and is non-staining.
ULTA Panels are virtually maintenance free. Since metal does not crack or split and resist mildew and fungus, the maintenance costs common to clay tiles is virtually eliminated. If cleaning is required, surface is easily removed by conventional cleaning methods.
STEEL LOOK FANTASTIC ON ANY TYPE OF RESIDENTIAL ROOF
These extreme weather conditions and variations in winter temperatures combine with extreme hot summer peaks, blistering sun, sudden high gusts of winds and heavy flash downpours causing flooding and sewer backups and water infiltrations subjecting roofs to water infiltrations and blown-off shingles.
Only the protection of a new steel shingled roof can resist these extreme weather conditions. A quality Wakefield Bridge steel shingle roof is your barrier against all weather-related aggressions. Steel shingles are at least 60 percent lighter and more resistant than asphalt shingles, concrete and clay tiles, cedar shakes and slate roofing materials, and stronger than aluminum shingles. In addition, steel shingles are energy efficient and require no maintenance. They will not curl, crack, rot, break, chip, peel, streak or perforate under normal use — as will asphalt shingles over time — and they will outlast any other roofing material. Wakefield Bridge steel shingles carry a 50-year transferable warranty and will likely last a lifetime.
With a quality steel roof on your house, Old Man Winter doesn’t stand a chance!
ARE METAL TILE ROOFING MORE EXPENSIVE THAN
REGULAR ASPHALT SHINGLES?
Lifetime protection is the reason for the higher cost!
Consider a steel roof a lifetime investment that will reward you with a higher resale value when the time comes to sell your house. And you will save money in the long run. In addition, because they are so lightweight, steel shingles can be installed over your existing asphalt shingles, saving you the expense of removing the old shingles, disposing of them and carting them off to a landfill site.
And our Amber metal tiles come with a transferable 50-year warranty.
Because, when you are ready to move on, you want your house to retain its best resale value.
Metal Tile Roofing last at least 4 to 5 times longer. It may even be the last roof you install on your house for as long as you live!
So if they last at least 4 to 5 times longer, THEN THEY ARE LESS EXPENSIVE. It is a fact that steel shingles do cost more at the outset than regular asphalt shingles… about 50 percent more or less depending on the model you choose, the location of your construction or renovation project, your roofing contractor or installer and the complexity of your roof. In the long term, it's another story!
MONEY TALKS. LET’S DO THE MATH!
For example, let’s say it costs you $6,000 to re-roof your house with traditional asphalt shingles that will last you 15 years before they need to be replaced.
Example based on an average annual inflation rate of 2.1% from 2000 to 2013, and supposing the inflation rate remains at 2,1% annually for the next 50 years, here is what the real cost of re-roofing would be for the average homeowner, if he or she had to replace the roof every 15 years. Cost of materials only. Increases over and above 2,1% annually in the cost of steel and transportation are not factored into this calculation. Installation cost not included.
Cost of re-roofing with conventional asphalt shingles over 50 years
The most economical solution or the best quality solution for the long term? Draw the conclusion: the cost of re-roofing every 15 years for a total of 50 years would be 6,4 times the cost of re-roofing ONCE AND FOR ALL with Amber Metal Tile Roofing.
Metal tile panels are a graceful and durable roofing material, suitable for most roof applications. They combine the traditional look with the latest technology and can be used on residential and commercial buildings for replacement old roofs.
Metal tile panels are made from sheet metal which is zinc-plated on both sides (steel roof), with several protective layers, which ensure durability. It's one of the most light-weight roofing materials, which is an advantage because it does not require a heavy roof support structure.
Various roof profiles combined with a wide range of colors allow the matching of the roof to the exterior of the building and the surroundings. The tile panels are cut to an optimal length to minimize wastage and keep our client's cost to a minimum.
WHY YOUR ROOFING CONTRACTOR MAY ATTEMPT TO CHANGE YOUR MIND AND SWITCH YOU OVER TO REGULAR ASPHALT SHINGLES?
There may be quite a few reasons for your roofing contractor or installer, and even your building lumber sales representative, to try and discourage you from installing steel shingles... even if you are convinced of the superior qualities of a steel roof and are willing to invest the money.
Many of them are not used to selling the product and doing the necessary calculations to give you an accurate quote.
It is a little more work for them to give you a correct estimate for your type of roof, depending on roof pitch, shape, area to be covered, number of gables, dormers, skylights, valleys, trim and other features of your house.
They do not always know where to find reputable steel roof installers and the skilled tradesmen that will do a good job in their neck of the woods.
It may take longer and more precision to install steel shingles than it does to slap down and tack squares of asphalt shingles on any type of roof. As with every business, roofers and building lumber want to keep things simple and don’t want to be bothered with orders and sales that are out of the ordinary, as they are intent on serving as many customers as they can in the least amount of time.
Roofers and lumbers generally carry a large inventory of asphalt shingles normally purchased in springtime for consumption throughout the year. They prefer liquidating their inventory rather than ordering Wakefield Bridge steel shingles on a special-order basis even if delivery may only take a few days.
Finally, both roofers and lumber salespeople know that if you install steel shingles on your roof, you may not need to buy shingles from them anymore… because you will not need roofing materials for another 50 years. Let’s not kid ourselves! That’s not very good for their business as these people earn their living with repeat customers having to change their roofs every 10 to 15 years.