Wakefield Bridge steel shingles are manufactured from new and recycled steel. Unlike common asphalt shingles made from fossil fuels, they aren't subject to the fluctuations of world market oil prices. Contrary to discarded asphalt shingles clogging our landfill sites, they are entirely recyclable.
Unlike regular steel roofing panels, the Wakefield Bridge steel shingles are designed with four interlocking sides and an integrated nailing strip, which gives a clean appearance with no exposed fasteners.
The Wakefield Bridge steel shingles must be installed on roofs with a minimum pitch of 4/12. For the best results, manufacture recommends the removal of the asphalt shingles prior to installing the Wakefield Bridge steel shingles. First inspect the deck underneath and replace any damaged decking then apply the underlayment. In climates that experience freezing temperatures and (or) high winds, use MFM Ice and Water Shield on the entire roofing surface.
How to install Wakefield Bridge steel shingles?