Stone Coated Steel Roofing


Popular for both residential and commercial structures, stone coated steel roofing is one of the strongest roofing materials on the market today. While it is a form of metal roofing, stone coated steel roofs offer styles, colors, and textures that you won’t find with a traditional metal roof.

At S.W.A.T. Roofing & Contracting, we use the Decra roofing line, one of the oldest and most reliable brands of stone coated steel roofing on the market. There are many styles to choose from, which looks similar to clay tile, slate roofs, shake, and even traditional shingles. They are extremely durable, require little maintenance, and can really add to the curb appeal of your home.

Living in Greater Fort Worth & Dallas, Texas, harsh weather is just a part of life. Spring and summer often equal heavy rain showers and sometimes hail storms. Homeowners and businesses alike want to know their roof can withstand any type of inclement weather. With a stone coated steel roof, you will have superior protection for years to come. Call S.W.A.T. Roofing for a FREE estimate today.

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Benefits of Stone Coated Steel Roofing

As mentioned above, stone coated steel roofing is one of the most durable materials available for homes and businesses throughout Fort Worth & Dallas, TX. Not only does it last for decades, but it also is not easily damaged by hail, rain, or wind.

It has gone through multiple weather tests. Not only can it withstand wind speeds of over 120 miles per hour, but it can resist hail up to three inches in diameter! Unlike a traditional shingle roof, Decra roofing will not curl, break or warp. It does not absorb water, or corrode, nor will it lose its strength or integrity over time.

Another important benefit of a stone coated steel roof is it is fire resistant. Steel is not flammable and will not catch fire or combust. And, while it is extremely durable, it is also incredibly lightweight and will not put a ton of strain on the walls or roof of your home.

Decra roofing is eco-friendly too.

Decra roofing is made from steel and manufactured to be completely recyclable. Even better, it is considered to be very energy efficient because of its ability to keep both cool and warm air inside, depending on the time of year. Many homeowners and businesses who have installed this type of roof have noticed lower energy costs in both the summer and winter months.

Types of Decra Roofing

There are three main types of Decra roofing:

  • Shake
  • Tile
  • Shingle

Decra Shake

Decra Shake offers several color options, with the heavy, thick, elegant look that is to be expected from a traditional shake shingle roof. However, unlike wood shake, you do not have to worry about cracking, splitting, curling, or loosening of tiles with stone coated Decra Shake tiles.

Decra Shake XD offers everything above and more, built to last a lifetime. With little to low maintenance required, unbeatable strength, and a Class IV rating for impact resistance to wind, rain, fire, and hail, your upfront cost for this roof will more than pay for itself.

Decra Tile

There are two types of tile to choose from Decra Villa tile and Mediterranean tile.

Decra Villa tile offers the same attention to detail and beautiful design as you would find with Old-World Italian clay tiles, without having to worry about the fragility that can sometimes come with clay. There are several colors to choose from, little maintenance and it is considered a Class IV Impact Resistant Roof.

Decra tile provides the same look and feel like a traditional Mediterranean roof, but again, without the same drawbacks as clay tile roofs. You do not have to worry about high winds or water absorption affecting the integrity of your roof. Decra tile is also classified as Class IV Impact Resistant, which is the highest rating of impact-resistant roofing.

Decra Shingle

Rounding out the Decra line is the Decra Shingle XD. A combination of durability and elegance, you will often see these shingles on anything from traditional new builds, craftsman style homes, and smaller commercial structures.

Unlike asphalt shingles, stone coated metal shingles offer a protective layer to your home. Also a Class IV Impact Resistant shingle, you can feel comfortable knowing your home has the best protection from Texas rain and hailstorms.


If you are looking to replace your existing roof, or are in the process of building a new home in the Fort Worth, or Dallas, TX area, and would like to learn more about Decra Roofing, contact S.W.A.T. Roofing today. Call us to schedule a free estimate, or send us a message using our online contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!