Metal Shingles

metal shingles on a ranch house

Metal roofing isn’t limited to the large panels that many are familiar with. We currently feature four metal shingle styles from Isaiah Industries, a well-respected, national producer of metal roofing products.

Green American Home Metal Shingles

Great American Steel Shake

The Great American Steel Shake is produced from PVDF-coated, G90, American-made galvanized steel. These shingles have a heavily textured shake look that turns any home into a show stopper.

Three proprietary cedar colors consist of a four-layer PVDF coating, sold under the names Kynar 500® and Hylar 5000® PVDF resin-based finishes. These unique finishes include a high-definition wood grain print that creates light and dark areas on the roof. Thanks to these coatings, metal roofs no longer need to be monochromatic! The final coating is a clear coat PVDF which provides greater film thickness for durability as well as enhanced UV protection for fade and chalk resistance.

Key Features:

  • Fully interlocking 12” x 24” panels that use concealed fasteners
  • System comes with carefully designed accessories for clean and simple installs
  • Eligible for Class A or B fire ratings
  • Coated with reflective pigments that can reduce energy costs as much as 25%
  • Shingles contain up to 35% recycled content
  • Made of G90 galvanized steel
  • Warranted to withstand winds up to 120 mph—and tested at speeds even higher
  • A 40-year transferable, lifetime-limited warranty that is not prorated and that covers labor and repairs

Centura Steel Shingle

Asphalt, composition, and wood shingles begin to wear and fail as soon as they are installed. Black streaks, missing granules, moss, and curling corners take away from your home’s beauty and are signs of a weakening roof.

The unique paint system, colors, and design of Centura Steel Shingles will preserve, protect, and add to the beauty of any home. These durable steel shingles weigh far less than the lightest asphalt shingles yet add the strength of steel for a lifetime of beauty and protection.

Key Features:

  • Every component is 100% US-made
  • UL 1897—Warranted to 120 mph and tested to wind speeds even higher
  • UL 489—In rain storms of up to 110 mph, Centura’s fasteners and interlocking shingles keep rain from getting in
  • UL 790—Metal shingles protect roofs from windblown embers

Kassel & Irons Metal Shingles

KasselShake Steel Shingles

The thick, random look of hand-split shakes is achieved through a precision stamping formation similar to how body panels on cars and trucks are made. These deeply-formed, 4-way interlocking panels are attached with concealed nails.

Key Features:

  • Produced from thick .0165” G90 steel
  • Walkable and impact resistant (meets UL 2218 Class IV Impact Resistance testing)
  • Unique combination of low weight and high strength
  • 120 mph wind warranty
  • No exposed fasteners to weaken, back out, or leak
  • Quality American-made steel that contains 35% recycled content and is completely recyclable
  • Helps reduce attic temperatures and keeps homes naturally cooler in warm weather


  • Panel Exposure: 48” x 12”
  • Panels Per Square: 25
  • Weight Per Square: 100 lbs.
  • Product Material: G90 Galvanized Steel with ThermoBond, finished with textured Kynar 500®
  • Available Colors
    • Foundation Colors: Mustang Brown, Shake Gray, Mission Red
    • ThermoBond® Colors: Beech, Mahogany, Maple, Spruce, Terra Cotta, Teak
    • DuoGold® Colors: Available upon request

KasselWood Steel Shingles

Industry-leading PVDF coating technology ensures that your KasselWood steel roof will stay looking fresh, enhancing your home’s beauty. Most roofing materials fail when they break down during hot-cold and wet-dry weather cycles. But KasselWood steel roofing is impervious to weather changes and will not weaken as it ages. Key Features:
  • UL 2218 Class IV Impact Resistance Rating, warranted to not chip nor leak due to hail.
  • Class 90 Wind Uplift Resistance (UL580) — Tested for winds of up to 120 mph.
  • Class A Fire Resistance (UL790) —KasselWood will not burn.
  • Extensive, lifetime, transferable, non-prorated, 40-year warranty. Includes labor and materials.
  • 35% recycled content and 100% recyclable.
  • Reflects much of the sun’s heat, reducing energy costs.
  • 100% US-made.
  • Panel Exposure: 40.625” x 8.625”
  • Panels Per Square: 41.10
  • Weight Per Square: 85.70 lbs.
  • Product Material: 29-gauge, ASTM
  • A653 G90 Galvanized Kynar 500® PVDF resin-based finish
  • Fastening Details: 4 integrated nail tabs per panel
  • Available Colors:
    • New Cedar, Weathered Cedar, Aged Cedar, Copper Penny, Evergreen, Charcoal, Gunmetal, Mission Red, Stone, Black Onyx, Slate Rock Gray, Barkdust, Cinder Gray

Whether your project is simple or complex, Kauffman Metals wants to make it easy.

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Benefits of Metal Shingles

Greater Durability

Metal shingles are more durable than asphalt shingles and can withstand harsh weather conditions such as high winds, hail, and heavy snow. They are also more resistant to damage from fallen tree branches or debris.

Longer Lifespan

While asphalt shingles typically have a lifespan of 15-30 years, metal shingles can last 40-70 years or longer, requiring less frequent roof replacements.

Lower Maintenance

Metal shingles require very little ongoing maintenance. Asphalt shingles are prone to algae or moss growth, leading to aesthetic issues and potential damage.

Enhanced Energy Efficiency

Metal shingles reflect solar heat more effectively than asphalt shingles, which helps reduce energy usage.

Environmentally Friendly

Metal shingles are more sustainable than asphalt shingles, as they can be made from recycled materials and are fully recyclable. Asphalt shingles, on the other hand, are made from petroleum products and contribute to landfill waste.

Aesthetic Appeal & Versatility

Metal shingles are available in various styles, colors, and finishes, allowing homeowners to achieve the desired look for their home. They can mimic the appearance of traditional materials, such as wood, slate, or tile, while maintaining the benefits of metal roofing.

Fire Resistance

Metal shingles are non-combustible and provide better fire resistance than asphalt shingles, reducing the risk of fire-related damage.

Potential Insurance Savings

Some insurance companies offer lower premiums for homeowners who have metal roofs due to their increased durability, longer lifespan, and higher fire resistance.

Increased Home Value

Due to their longer lifespan, energy efficiency, and aesthetic appeal, metal shingles can increase a home's resale value.

Metal Shingles FAQs

Metal shingles resist wind speeds of up to 140 miles per hour, shed water efficiently, and allow snow to slide off. Their reflective surfaces reduce heat absorption.

Metal shingles last for 40 years and more. The Isaiah Industries shingles we carry come with a Lifetime Limited warranty that is transferable to subsequent homeowners for up to 40 years from installation. Included in that warranty is a 30-year fade and chalk warranty, ensuring great color and giving you freedom from maintenance and peace of mind for the future.

Reroofing with shingles is common. In fact, existing roofing can often be left in place while the shingles are installed on top. Typically, thin insulation boards or a vapor barrier should be applied to the existing surface before shingling over. In re-roofing situations, be sure to remove all drip and rake edge before adding new materials.

The initial cost of metal shingles may be initially higher than other materials, but their long lifespan, durability, and low maintenance requirements often make them more cost-effective in the long run.

Find Kauffman Metals in beautiful Bedford County, PA!

We are conveniently located along Route 30 (Lincoln Highway) in Bedford, PA about 3 miles from exit 146 on 1-76 (PA Turnpike).

We service about a 100-mile radius from our headquarters in Bedford, PA. That means our drivers cover parts of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, in addition to our home state of Pennsylvania.

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