office (919) 215-7375
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1400 E. Geer St.
P.O. Box  11489
Durham, NC 27703

Metal Roofing

With over 15 years of experience installing standing seam metal roofs, masterrib roofs, copper roofs, and terne roofs, you can be assured that you have professionals handling significant and critical home projects.

Our philosophy is simple:  determine where a roof will fail in the future and modify the design to make your roof trouble free and last longer. This is easier said than done. 

Service Area:

    Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Raleigh, Creedmoor.
    Emerald Isle, Morehead City, Beaufort, Topsail Island, Manteo
    Ocracoke, Hatteras, Nags Head, Outer Banks
    Boone, Asheville, North Wilkesboro, Sylva, Bryson City,
    North Carolina

How to ensure you get a quality metal roof

  • You and your roofer have to be committed to using better materials and construction techniques, all of which cost a little extra.
  • Your roofer should have a dedicated crew that does only sheet metal work installations.
  • Your roofer should have the experience of installing many metal roofs.

All of these result in a far superior roofing system.

First Baptist Church - Butner

Our crew of 6 took approximately 2 months to remove all the shingles from this church and install this snap locked metal roof.  The size of the job was complicated by the radius in the middle of two flat areas, the panels were 42 feet long, and the uppermost areas were nearly vertical. 

View the project by clicking on the picture.

Shingle Roofing

All of our homes are hand nailed by professional crews.  Alpine Roofing is the only roofing company in North Carolina that uses uses dedicated sheet metal mechanics to make all of the critical flashings.  While it costs a little more, your home and your peace of mind are worth it.  You might be surprised, though, how little cost it actually costs adds to the project.

Remember, your house will last if you have a good roof and a good foundation.

A local architects dream home

Alpine Roofing and his builder, Spyglass Building Company, worked with the architect/homeowner to make all of the details come together.