When replacing their existing roof, the owner of this Florida home sought a vintage look to complement the residence’s color scheme, and also preferred something with a semi-industrial twist. Located on the eastern coast of the state near Cocoa Beach, they also required a roofing assembly that could withstand high winds and be warrantable within a saltwater area. The snap lock roof they chose fits the bill, with a paint system that truly sets the home apart from all others on the block.
The previous roof had portions of copper that had to be removed or worked around to avoid electrolysis with the new aluminum panels. Custom vents were also created from the same sheet stock to give the roof a clean, uninterrupted look. The owner wanted something that would not be repeated up and down their street, and that’s exactly what they received.