Steel offers the greatest life expectancy of all exterior options and is maintenance free – so you will never have to worry about painting or staining your home again. Unlike other exterior options, United States Seamless® steel siding is guaranteed not to fade, chalk or warp.
According to “Remodeling” magazine, on average up to 100% or more will be recovered upon the sale of a home. The United States Seamless® steel siding finish is also an ENERGY STAR PARTNER and is enhanced with Cool Paint Technology™, a technology developed for NASA’s space shuttle program that uses infrared reflective pigments in the paint to improve your home’s energy efficiency.
United States Seamless® steel siding has a galvanized coating applied to both sides of a solid steel core for corrosion and rust protection. Corrosion resistant galvanized steel provides additional strength and durability to our seamless steel siding.
United States Seamless® steel siding is a custom product, it is measured to fit the exact dimensions of your home and run through one of our state of the art siding machines at each specific location. Because of the many factors that can affect installation of your siding, Spotless & Seamless Exteriors, Inc. employs factory trained installers to ensure your United States Seamless® steel siding is installed correctly and will give you the lasting beauty and durability you expect.
United States Seamless® steel siding’s endurance exceeds the most stringent industry testing standards – allowing us to back it with a limited lifetime warranty against manufactured defects, hail and fading. Our warranty may also be transferred by the original property owner to subsequent owners.*
*Please see warranty corresponding to specific collections for complete warranty duration, procedures, limitations and exclusions.
Spotless & Seamless Exteriors, Inc. employs factory trained roofing installers – they are trained to safely and efficiently repair or replace a roof. And on some products, the warranty could be void if not installed properly.
Ice Dams form when warmth from inside the home melts the bottom layer of snow on the roof, sending water trickling down to the edge. Exposed to frigid air, it immediately refreezes, clogging gutters and causing the water behind it to pool up and find a path into the home below, usually through the shingles. Ice dams are more common in older or poorly insulated homes and those with low-pitch roofs. Talk to your roofing expert about insulating the attic of your home for even more protection against ice damming.
A roofing underlayment is typically a rubberized membrane that goes under shingles to prevent water penetration. It is the one piece of a roofing system that is expressly designed to be waterproof. Without a self-adhered underlayment, water from wind-driven rain or ice dams can infiltrate under your shingles and severely damage your roof—or even worse, the inside of your home.
Good ventilation promotes proper air circulation in your attic keeping it cooler in the summer months and will dilute and remove moisture in both winter and summer. Both are factors in preventing damage to a roof deck and premature distortion and deterioration of shingles. Proper ventilation can also help to prevent ice damming in the frigid winter months by controlling the moisture.
Because there are so many types of roofing to choose from, it is best to speak with a professional to discuss your options and what will be the best fit for your home. A Spotless & Seamless Exteriors, Inc. roofing professional will be more than happy to go over the types of roofing available to you and what would be best for the architectural style and needs of your roof.
Metal is a great choice for a house in snow country, as well as agricultural areas. There are many types of steel to choose from, including galvanized low-end, high-end copper, and many more options in between. There are also numerous types of metal roofing styles, ranging from “Standing Seam” method to several types of metal shingles. Metal roofing is extremely durable in extreme conditions, is long lasting (most metal roofs last for up to 50 years) and can even help to improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Liquid adhesion and gravity draw the water into your gutter while shedding debris, like leaves, pine cones, needles and twigs that will often clog your gutters, from your roof eliminating structural damage caused by failed gutters.
Ice damming happens when the heat from the house escapes through the roof and melts the snow on the roof. When the water runs down to the overhanging eaves there is no more heat from the house (because of the overhang) and it freezes. The ice builds up until eventually it creates a dam that holds the water back. In extreme circumstances there is enough water that it works its way under the shingles and leaks through the leaves, or worse, into the house! And yes, new gutters can prevent ice dams.