The Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) has selected a remarkable new home construction project located in Kennewick, Washington, as the winner of its Best Residential Metal Roofing Project competition for the third quarter of 2022.

The project, which was completed by C&C Roofing out of Hermiston, Oregon, features a beautiful mechanical seamed metal roof in a rich dark gray color that is the crowning touch on a stately 7,000 square-foot home. Manufactured by NU-Ray Metal, the quality 22-gauge metal roof promises to be extremely long-lasting, durable and low maintenance, protecting the home from the region’s extreme summertime heat and cold winters, and providing the homeowner with exceptional peace of mind for many years to come. 

C&C Roofing also was able to skillfully overcome the challenging details of the complex project, including the fact the three month-long installation began in the winter when there was more than four feet of snow on the ground. 

“This project represents a quality metal roofing job all the way from the materials selected and the experienced, professional installation, right down to the beautiful end result,” said Renee Ramey, MRA executive director. 

As a first for MRA’s Best Residential Metal Roofing quarterly competition, the organization also selected a runner up winner for Q-3. A Unified Steel stone coated metal roofing project in Southlake, Texas that was installed by Metal Master Roofing in Burleson, Texas, earned recognition for a complex roof project with a beautiful end result.

About the MRA

Representing metal roofing manufacturers in the United States and Canada, the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) was formed to help educate consumers about the many benefits of metal roofs. The main objective of MRA is to increase awareness of the beauty, durability and money-saving advantages of quality metal roofs among homeowners, as well as to provide support for metal roofing businesses and contractors. MR