Metal roofs are a favorite among homeowners for a variety of reasons. They are sleek and attractive, energy-efficient, and weather-resistant. Even better, they can last for decades, which gives you an excellent return on your investment. 

But, aside from looking pretty slick, will a metal roof match the style of your home? You put a lot of time, attention, and resources into the way your home looks, so it would be a shame to choose something that would ruin that. 

Fortunately, metal roofs are also incredibly versatile in terms of matching the aesthetics of your home. Here are some options with several popular home styles. 

Craftsman

Metal roof on a craftsman-style home

Craftsman homes are excellent choices for homeowners that are looking for something with a classic feel that still looks somewhat modern. Even with a well-crafted, rustic appeal, a craftsman home also has a sense of newness about it. And a metal roof can accentuate the “crafty” appearance of one of these homes, particularly when you choose one with a neutral or earthy tone. Another thing that helps is that these roofs are often made from recycled materials. 

Log Home

Tiled roof of new small country log house

A metal roof may not seem like an obvious choice for a log home, but the combination works surprisingly well. Log homes feel classic and cozy, while metal roofs can seem more modern. But the two can balance each other out perfectly and help your log home last as long as possible. With their superior durability and low maintenance, metal roofs are popular choices for vacation cabins. 

Modern and Mid-Century

Modern ocean house

Homeowners love the contemporary and clean look of modern and ranch-style homes, and metal roofs complement these well. A good selection is a standing seam metal roof, which has smooth finishes and straight lines that complement the minimalist style of these homes. You can also go bold with colors such as bright green or red to provide a contrast. 

Colonial

Classic colonial-style home with updated metal roof

Most people expect a certain type of roof on a colonial home. You can provide an element of this with the same sloping but also a surprising twist with a metal roof. Choose metal roofing materials that mimic shake roofs in this instance. Further, pick a dark color for your metal roof, such as black, gray, dark blue or green, to get the best results. You can still have the wide windows and prominent shutters that are characteristic of this type of home. 

Mediterranean

Mediterranean home with metal roofing

These types of homes are popular and warmer climates, and you’ll often find them adorned with tile roofs. But metal roofs work well with Spanish, MIssion, Italian villa, and Greek revival home designs. Some metal roof styles even achieve a tile roof appearance. 

Victorian

Victorian house with red metal roof

Victorian homes are fun and fanciful, making them ideal candidates for metal roofs. These homes are famous for their elaborate turrets, dormers, and cone-shaped towers, which some types of metal roofs can easily accommodate. Shingle-style metal roofs are an excellent choice, and you can choose from a wide range of colors to maximize the uniqueness of these homes. 

As you can see, a metal roof can suit just about any type of home style. Now the question is, what kind of metal roof is right for you? Contact Excel Metal Roofing L.L.C. to learn more about our metal roofing services in the Versailles, MO area. We’d be happy to answer your questions and give you a quote for your upcoming project.