Yes. If you are looking to repaint those old wooden shutters to match your new metal roof – just visit your local Sherwin Williams paint store and ask for our Central States by color name. Download this flyer for more details.
You may notice that a photo labeled as a charcoal roof may appear darker like burnished slate, or lighter like Galvalume due to how the photo was taken. Metal is reflective and the color will look different depending on time of day, how the photo was edited, and your specific viewing condition (monitor, mobile, etc). […]
You should work closely with your contractor to choose the best color for your project. You can get a general idea of what colors might look good on your home by using our Roofing Visualizer. Click here to give it a shot. You can also view color combinations on our photo gallery. To select your […]
While it is possible to repaint a metal roof, know that the repainted roof may peel and need occasional maintenance to fix. Talk to a paint specialist to select the right type of paint and make sure to clean it properly and follow the instructions from the paint manufacturer. Notice that repainting your roof will […]
Yes, with caution. In the event of small scratches, touch-up paint applied with a fine brush may be used. Do not use paint from a spray can. Notice that any area where touch-up paint has been applied will fade at a different rate than the original paint that is baked onto the panel. As the […]
Fade is warrantied on Ultra, Prime, and Standard product models. Fade is not warrantied on thrifty panels. Remember, your metal roof is going to be exposed to years of harsh sun and elements. Eventually, the elements will affect your paint finish by either making it a lighter shade (fading), or causing it to become less […]
Adhesion means the paint we apply to your metal panels is going to stick to the steel core. Central States warrants that the color-coated finish applied to our steel roofing and siding panels will not crack, check, peel, or lose adhesion. This does not include minute fracturing, which may occur in proper fabrication of the […]