Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing

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Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing
Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing is listed in the Roofing Contractors category in Harlingen, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

Contact information for Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing is:
8030 Westway Dr
Harlingen, TX 78552
(956) 440-1788

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Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing has an overall ZapScore of 34. This means that Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing has a higher ZapScore than 34% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Harlingen, Texas is 36 and in the Roofing Contractors category is 30. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing Contact Information:

  • 8030 Westway Dr
    Harlingen, TX 78552
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  • Phone: (956) 440-1788
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Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing added 4 new photos.
Talk about taking a load off--we removed over 40 TONS of concrete tile from this home! The new custom .24 gauge Terra Cotta roof is extremely lightweight in comparison. Also, unlike concrete tile, this standing seam roof will keep it's bright Terra Cotta color for 35+ years. Concrete tile looks great...for about a year, when the terra cotta color often turns dark brown or black with mildew. "Concrete roofing tiles have a water absorption rate of about 13% ...[leading] to the development of mildew and stains on concrete tiles." (Roofcalc.net)

Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing added 4 new photos.
It's easy to forget how much your roof impacts the way your home looks. Not only does this custom .24 gauge Drexlume Standing Seam roof look BRIGHTER and CLEANER, it's also: -Hurricane Force Wind Rated (no more broken, blown-off shingles) - Class 4 hail rated (The highest rating possible) - EnergyStar rated - Nearly 9x more energy efficient - Resistant to mold, mildew, fire - Covered by a comprehensive warranty - Paying for itself over the lifetime of the roof FREE estimate? Give us a call -- (956) 440-1788

Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing added 7 new photos.
With over 20 years in the RGV, Frontera Metal Roofing is South Texas' most experienced metal roofer. Our experience, attention to detail, and professional reputation allows us the opportunity to work on unique projects--like the renovation and restoration of this historic home in Mercedes, Texas.

Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing added 3 new photos.
Some homeowners shy away from darker colors because they are worried that a dark roof will absorb more heat. To determine which materials and colors are more reflective and energy efficient, we can look at their Solar Reflectivity, or SR, value. The SR value is a number from 0 to 1.0. A value of 0 indicates that the material absorbs all solar energy and a value of 1.0 indicates total reflectance. An Energy Star rating requires an initial SR value of 0.25 or higher. ALL of our colors are Energy Star rated. Yes, even the "Dark Bronze" pictured below which comes in at SR .27 -A traditional gray or brown shingle roof has an SR Value of .08 -A white asphalt shingle has an SR Value of .21 So even our DARKEST colors are more energy efficient than the lightest asphalt shingle! Don't worry about picking the lightest color possible, instead, pick the color that will best compliment the style of your home.

Frontera Metal Roofing & Manufacturing added 3 new photos.
"The condition of your roof is one of the first things buyers notice and appraisers assess. Missing, curled, or faded shingles add nothing to the look or value of your house. If your neighbors have maintained or replaced their roofs, yours will look especially shabby." Besides problems with leaking, how do you know when your roof needs to be replaced? Here are some things to look for: -Shingles that are buckling, curling, or blistering. -Missing or broken shingles. -Cracked and worn rubber boots around vent pipes. -Missing or damaged chimney cap. -Masses of moss and lichen, which could signal the roof is decaying underneath. -Black algae stains. -Grit or granules collecting around the perimeter of your home or in your gutters. (houselogic.com)