Georgia Metal Roofing Company
Columbus • Albany • Macon • Atlanta
Dublin • Cordele • Tifton

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Standing Seam Roofing Company Georgia

Metal Roofing Company

  • Standing Seam Metal Roofs
  • Galvalume Metal Roofs
  • Painted Metal Roofs
  • Radius Metal Roofs
  • 29 or 24 gauge metal panels
  • 40-year manufacturer's warranty
  • 5-year no-leak guarantee labor warranty
We have experience installing and replacing roofs for:
  • Hotels
  • Apartment Complexes
  • Government Buildings
  • Industrial Warehouses
  • Office Buildings
  • Property Management Companies
  • Residential Homes


Energy Efficient
Storm and Fire Resistant
Environmentally Friendly

"I was totally satisfied with the complete installation of my Overholt metal panels by Whitt's Quality Roofing! They arrived on time, did quality work and cleaned everything up very well afterwards. I would recommend them for any metal roofing job, probably shingles too, based on the quality of work I witnessed." -sunfun2013jw
"We were very pleased with all the work Leroy has done on our home in Georgia. They did our metal roof, siding and wooden deck. Work was completed timely, excellent workmanship and trustworthy company. We highly recommend them." -Liza Garcia
"Fast quality service with a great looking roof! Got a new metal roof and couldn't be happier!" -Miles O' Rees

We prefer Overholt TuffRib Metal for majority of our metal roofs. Their TuffRib panels come in both 29 and 24 gauge thicknesses.
Here are the colors they offer:

Overholt also offers an amazing standing seam metal roof option for a very competitive price. They are a family owned business with a stellar reputation and warranty. We do offer other metal varieties to fit your project specs and preferences if need be including Union Corrugated metal.

How much does a metal roof cost?
The cost of a new metal roof depends on many factors but in general they are about 15% more than shingles. They are one of the most durable roofing systems available with an average life expectancy of 40 years. This makes your return on investment much higher when you compare this to shingles which are rated for 30 years.