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When it comes to metal roofing, you can count with Aucacama Construction LLC for our professional experience and attention to detail. We handcraft every roof with the highest quality materials to ensure durability and longevity. Let us provide the necessary care your roof deserves.


At Aucacama Constructin LLC, we offer a wide variety of metal roofing colors and finishes that can be customized to suit your needs. We have variables that work with many home styles as well as commercial solutions. Choose from our selection to find the perfect fit for your project.

Why Choose Us?

Your Property is Your Highest Investment and Deserves only the BEST!

  • Professionalism

  • Experience

  • Quality Materials

  • Affordability

  • Excellent Results

  • Delivery-on-time

  • Under promise-Over deliver

  • Clean & neat jobs

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Types of Metal Roofing

Our metal roofing service is second to none. We use only professional-grade materials and our expert jobs are both high-quality and affordable. Plus, our team of skilled contractors is always up for a challenge. So, whether you need a new metal roof installed, or repairs to an existing one, we've got you covered.

Aluminum Roofs

Aluminum Roofing

Aluminum is the most lightweight roofing material on the market, and very durable. It provides easy maintenance, a long lifespan, and comes in a variety of different colors. 

copper roof

Cooper Roofing

Is known for its incredibly striking and unique appearance. The copper will change color overtime, going from looking like a new penny like copper to a blue-green or brown. 

Steel Metal Roof

Metal or Sheet

Metal roofing has been commonly used on commercial buildings for years but now has been gaining popularity for use on residential homes as well for its affordability and low maintenance. 

Metal Roofing FAQs

Are there any disadvantages of a metal roof? Some types of metal roofing are prone to rust, especially in coastal climates. Steel can rust, but roofing companies use galvanized steel to offset the chance of rusting. Aluminum is rust-resistant but may not be suitable for some residential roofing homes because of its aesthetics.

How long do metal roofs really last? The average metal roof will last between 40-70 years. Some materials, like copper roofing, will last even longer — with some copper roofs dating back over 100 years. There are also a number of factors that can increase the longevity of your roof, as well as decrease it

Do metal roofs attract lightning? Extensive research has proven that metal roofing is no more likely to attract a lightning strike than any other type of roofing material. In fact, as a non-combustible material with the highest Class A fire-resistance rating, metal roofing is one of the best materials for homes in lightning-prone regions.

Do metal roofs require underlayment? Regardless of the roofing material used, all types of roofing systems require the underlayment to help protect them from the elements, including rain. Metal roofs are no exception, and they are typically installed with underlayment designed to reduce the noise generated during heavy rain or hail.

Do metal roofs interfere with cell phone reception? Despite what you may have heard, metal roofs do not disrupt cell service. That said, this misinformation probably comes from the fact that your metal roof can worsen existing service problems. If a utility tower sits close to a home or business with a metal roof, then you may experience interruptions to your service.

Why not put metal roof over shingles? Metal roofing materials can be heavier than traditional asphalt shingles, and when combined with the weight of the existing shingles, it can put excessive stress on the roof's structure. This can compromise the integrity of the roof and potentially lead to structural issues over time.

Do metal roofs make house hotter? Because metal roofs have a low thermal mass, they reflect light and heat rather than absorbing it like asphalt shingles. This means that rather than making your home hotter during the summer months, metal roofing actually helps keep it cool, increasing the energy efficiency of your home

Do metal roofs leak a lot? Metal roof leaks are not unusual, but they can be extremely costly. Undetected and unchecked, a leak can allow moisture to collect on roof supports, interior walls and ceilings, and even structural supports that keep the building standing. Over time, moisture can cause these building components to rust or rot.

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