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Metal Roofing
Baton Rouge

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Long-Lasting &
Durable Metal Roofs

Are you considering changing your roofing to a more durable, modern look? Metal roofing is skyrocketing in popularity in Baton Rouge and for good reason. Durable, long-lasting, and functional, metal roofing is transforming the way people roof their homes—and for the better! Garcia Roofing have a variety of metal roofing options for Baton Rouge area customers interested in this popular roofing material! Below, we answer a few of your metal roofing questions.

Standing Seam Metal Roof

The seams are the weakest area of a roof. This area is where debris and moisture can build up and cause seepage or other issues which reduce the strength of a roof over time. Metal roofs have a standing seam option where the seams are raised. This prevents moisture and other debris from getting beneath the seam and harming your roof. Aside from this unique standing seam, metal roofs also have a vertical-only orientation which contributes to protection against leaks. When a metal roof is installed, the panels are placed vertically, thus reducing the number of seams and lessening the chance of leakage, debris, and moisture build-up. If you’re looking for a durable, long-lasting, and attractive roofing option, a metal roof is the perfect choice for you! Contact the roofing professionals at Garcia Roofing today! With a variety of designs and color options, metal roofs are now becoming the premier choice for roofs in the Baton Rouge area!

Benefits of
Metal Roofs

Durable and affordable option for home or commercial building

  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Fits any architectural style
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Energy Efficient

Learn about more metal roofing benefits

Many people in Baton Rouge have already made the switch to metal roofing. Their durability, energy efficiency, and style make them highly desirable.

When installed by our roofing contractors, you’ll have top-quality installation and superior craftsmanship.

Garcia Roofing's
Replacement Process

Remove & Repair
  1. Remove all old shingles or tiles
  2. Make necessary repairs to the original roof decking.
  3. Replace flashing and other roofing components, usually where leaks may occur (around the chimney, roof-to-wall junctions, etc.)
  1. Install proper weather-proofing and moister-barrier underlayment.
  2. Install new shingles, tiles, or metal roofing.
  3. Garcia Roofing nails every shingle above manufacturer specifications.
Clean Up
  1. Complete clean-up around your home -- like we would our own.
  2. Discard all debris, old material, and packaging materials.
  3. No nails left behind! We thoroughly comb around your home for stray nails.

Final inspection with our quality control supervisor!


I had five different companies present offers to replace my roof. Darrel Walker who is the sales associate with Garcia made the best impression. He was professional and well versed. I selected Garcia because of my meeting with Darrel. With any major construction or work, challenges presented themselves as expected. Raul Velasquez who is the Onsite Project Manager for Garcia is a true asset to this company. Raul made sure that those challenges were taken care of and the work itself was done in a quality manner. He obviously took great pride in making sure the job was not just done but done properly. I would suggest that Garcia should value Raul and keep eyes on him for future promotions. A company is as good as their employees. My roof looks great and I have already referred Garcia to some friends.

— lonnie varisco

Let Our Work
Speak For Itself

This building on Coursey Boulevard had 1x4 furring strips installed over the existing roof, per request. Garcia Roofing fabricated the roof edging and all valley metal flashings and installed it prior to any other metals. Since the roof was bell-shaped, we installed two separate panels from the eave to the ridge and made a specially fabricated transition flashing to connect both panels together.

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