Quality Roofing Materials
Twin Metals installs, repairs, and replaces commercial and residential roofing serving all of MA and Southern NH. We use the most advanced equipment in the industry to get even the toughest jobs done right the first time. Slip rollers, shrinkers, and stretchers ensure the materials are applied accurately and molded to a perfect fit. Other equipment include the RAS TurboBend Brake, used to bend tapered profile roofing materials to fit snugly into each other, and drive cleats, which are galvanized duct connections for ventilation systems.
Panel Roofing Systems
Panel roofing systems from Twin Metals create an airtight, weather resistant seal and are one of the most durable types of roofing you can install. Made from industrial grade metal, panel roofing is versatile for homes and commercial buildings.
Gravel stops have multi-part technology to prevent shrinking, pull-back, and thermal separation. Used mostly on commercial flat roofs manufactured with gravel, these extend the life of your roof and prevent erosion from wind and rain.
Roof to Wall Flashing
Our roofing company in Massachusetts also installs roof to wall flashing, creating a seal between edges of the roof and siding. Made with durable steel, this type of flashing helps to prevent leaks and add support for your shingles.
Hip & Ridge Caps
It’s important to seal ridges in your roof with hip and ridge caps. They accentuate the architectural design of your home while create multi-layered protection from leaks and drafts. They are a high-quality and cost-effective alternative to using cut up strips of shingles as the roof cap, as they last longer and fit more securely.
We also install and repair valleys, the areas where two angled sections of your roof come together, reinforcing them with specialized shingles to ensure complete protection from weather damage, drafts, and leaks.
Twin Metals also installs chimney caps to keep debris, drafts, water, and bird’s nests out of your chimney. They also ensure proper airflow, heat retention, and ventilation for your chimney, especially important if you have a fireplace you use regularly.