Seattle Metal Roofing

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From Georgetown to Broadview, Ballard to Rainier Beach, Alki to the U District, and all up and down the Uptown Counterbalance, Mountaintop Metal Roofing in Seattle covers your roofing needs.

Metal roofing in western Washington provides an array of features, customizable options, and longevity that simply can’t be matched. And metal roofing systems are popping up all over Puget Sound, with a growing number of those installed by the Seattle metal roofing maestros at Mountaintop Metal Roofing.

A Seattle metal roofing system will look spectacular no matter the style of the home. Mid-century modern? Check. Craftsman? Oh yeah. Gabled Victorian? Sweet!

Think about how much weather we get here in the Pacific Northwest: rain, ice, hail, sunshine, wind, heat, more rain. Now think about the beating that your roof takes during years of this kind of consistently inconsistent weather.

With a properly installed interlocking metal roofing system, you can be sure that your home will be protected from those elements for decades.

Never worry about your roof again!

Metal roofing in Seattle WA is the perfect antidote to the region’s famous soggy weather. Here’s why.


Metal roofing won’t rust like steel. It won’t rot or encourage the growth of moss or mold or mildew the way wood shakes or shingles do. It won’t crack or warp, either.

Metal roofing is lifetime roofing.

The vibrant colors will last for decades, too. No chipping or cracking or flaking.

Lightweight and Eco-Friendly

Aluminum roofing systems are the lightest of all roofing materials. They’re manufactured using 95% recycled or recyclable materials and can help keep your home humming along with exceptional energy efficiency. Metal roofs can reduce energy costs, too, depending on geographic location and individual energy habits.

Perhaps best of all, Mountaintop Metal Roofing in Seattle, WA can often install a new metal roofing system over your existing roof. This means no need for a teardown and no massive piles of debris headed to landfills.

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Take our standing seam aluminum roofing system. Seattle and its many wonderful and vibrant neighborhoods are filling up with roofing systems of this type. Why? It’s clean, ultra-modern, easy to maintain, and it lasts for a long, long, long, long time.

Not your idea of stylish? No problem. We also offer a cedar shake profile for a more dashing and traditional look.

And remember: Metal shingles are low-profile versions of cedar shake and standing seam. They’re just as durable and maintenance-free, and they, too, come in a huge variety of colors (more than 250 color options!) and profiles (smooth, woodgrain, slate).

Service, Value, Experience

Mountaintop Metal Roofing in Seattle provides a wide range of services, including our Big Three:

Experience matters. We have more than two decades of deep knowledge and experience installing metal roofing systems in Seattle and down south in Portland.


We back our PermaLock aluminum shingles with a lifetime, transferable, non-prorated warranty. Mountaintop Metal Roofing in Seattle installs products that are fully covered for as long as you own the home. It’s a foundational belief at Mountaintop that you should only have to replace your roofing system once — and then never worry about it again.

Here are some of the highlights of this unique lifetime metal roofing warranty:

  • Your roofing system will not chip, peel or crack
  • Wind warranty rated up to 165 miles per hour
  • 30-year chalk and fade resistance
  • Non-prorated
  • Transferable

Want to learn more? Great! Request a free roofing quote here, or call 206-890-8450.

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What are the two biggest concerns with a metal roof?

Homeowners may worry about whether metal roofs can withstand severe weather conditions and if they will create excessive noise during rain or hailstorms. Modern metal roofing materials are engineered to be highly durable and resilient. They are designed to resist corrosion, rust, and deterioration, even in harsh environments. With proper installation and maintenance, metal roofs can last for decades without significant wear or damage.

Some homeowners also worry that metal roofs may amplify the sounds of rain or hail, leading to loud noises inside the house. Advances in metal roofing technology have addressed this issue–most modern metal roofs are installed with insulation and underlayment materials that dampen sound effectively, reducing noise levels to a minimum.

How much does a metal roof cost in Seattle?
The cost of a metal roof in Seattle can vary depending on several factors, including the size of your roof, the type of metal used, and the complexity of the installation. On average, metal roofing materials can cost between $8 to $15 per square foot, including installation. It’s advisable to consult with local roofing contractors to get accurate estimates tailored to your specific needs and budget.
How long do metal roofs last in Washington state?
In Washington state’s climate, characterized by frequent rain and occasional snowfall, metal roofs are known to last exceptionally long. With proper maintenance, a metal roof in Washington state can last 50 years or more, providing durable protection against the elements.
Do metal roofs leak more than shingles?
Contrary to common belief, when installed correctly, metal roofs are highly resistant to leaks. Their seamless panels and advanced sealing techniques minimize the risk of leaks, often making them even less prone to leakage compared to traditional shingle roofs.
Is there any upkeep on a metal roof?
Metal roofs generally require minimal upkeep compared to other roofing materials. Routine maintenance may include removing debris from the roof surface, inspecting for loose or damaged panels, and ensuring gutters are clear of debris to prevent water backup. Additionally, it’s advisable to have your metal roof inspected by a professional roofer every few years to identify and address any potential issues before they escalate.