Metal Roofing Contractors in Wichita

Residential • Commercial
Curious about the benefits of metal roofing? Wondering if it’s a good investment for your home or business? Dingers Roofing & Construction’s experienced Wichita metal roofing contractors can answer all of your questions.

Dingers Roofing & Construction installs metal roofing in Wichita, KS for both residential and commercial applications. Metal roofing is an excellent choice for homes, buildings, metal buildings, and sheds because it’s fireproof, long-lasting, low maintenance and energy efficient. We serve customers in Wichita and surrounding communities including Salina, Hutchinson, Andover, Haysville, and Goddard. Ask about our military/first responder discount. Financing is available. Schedule your free estimate today!

Metal Roofing Installation

Advantages of a Metal Roof


Metal roofing has a lifespan of 50 to 75 years. Kansas storms are notoriously vicious, and metal roofs are known to withstand high winds and hail better than traditional shingles. They’re also fireproof and resist damage from animals.


If you want a worry-free roof that needs virtually no maintenance, a metal roof is worth considering. With a little upkeep and a warranty against paint and fading, you can feel confident your roof will look great for years to come.

Exceptional Value

Yes, a new metal roof costs more upfront than traditional materials like asphalt shingles. However, the amount you’ll save on roof maintenance and repairs, plus its long lifespan, makes metal roofing a great long-term investment.

Barn With Metal Roof
Modern Home With Metal Roof

Considering a Metal Roof?

The number of residential and commercial customers that install metal roofing systems continues to increase. Why? They’re energy efficient, a solid investment, they resist fire and pests, they need very little maintenance and they last up to 75 years.

Metal roofs are excellent for:

  • Barns and shops
  • Homes and businesses
  • Covered storage (boats, RVs, farm equipment)

Additionally, metal roofs can be installed year-round in Kansas while asphalt shingle roofs should only be installed during warmer temperatures. This can help you save on installation costs by scheduling during less busy periods.

Metal roofs also look great. They’re available in a broad range of colors and types of metal to match the look of your home or business. And they come in a variety of styles including metal shingles/slate, metal tile, metal shake, and vertical panel.

Wichita Metal Roofing Installation Experts

If you’re looking for commercial or residential metal roof installation in the Wichita area, count on Dingers Roofing & Construction. Our team will ensure your entire system is properly installed, including the flashings and closures. And, our metal roofs come with a lifetime warranty on the paint and a 30-year warranty against fading. Call us at 316-202-2066 for a free metal roofing estimate.

  • Crew was very professional knew what they were doing. Tear off, installation, and clean up completed in two days clean up was very thorough nothing left behind.

    — Jarrod W.

Metal Roofing Styles

Standing Seam Metal Roofing

Standing seam metal roofs feature an interlocking system that creates a strong, watertight seal. It’s made with metal roofing panels running from the roof ridge down to the eaves and connected by raised seams.

Metal Shingles

One of the most popular residential roofing styles, metal shingles offer the look of premium roofing materials such as concrete tiles, slate, clay and cedar shake. But you get better durability at a fraction of the cost.

Corrugated Metal Roofing

A corrugated metal roof is incredibly strong and used primarily in commercial and industrial applications. It’s made with galvanized steel that’s been rolled into a wavy shape. These lightweight roofs shed water easily.

Metal Roofing Ideas

Metal Roofing Types

Aluminum Roofing

Aluminum is a popular roofing material because it doesn’t rust, resists corrosion and reflects heat. It’s also a cost-effective option.

Copper Roofing

If you want to stand out, consider copper roofing. It’s an uncommon choice and the unique finish is sure to boost the curb appeal of any home.

Steel Roofing

An extremely durable choice, steel roofs stand up to hail and require little maintenance. They also reflect heat well, which helps save energy.

Metal Roofing: Before & After Gallery


How long do metal roofs typically last?

Metal roofing is incredibly durable, with a lifespan ranging anywhere from 40 to 70 years. This is 2 to 3 times as long as traditional asphalt shingles last. And, a metal roof can be fully recycled when its usable life is over.

Are metal roofs noisy when it rains?

A modern metal roofing system that’s installed on a house with attic insulation would have rain noise that’s similar to what you’d hear with an asphalt shingle roof. Of course, an open frame roof on a barn or outbuilding would have much more rain noise than a shingle roof.

Is metal roofing energy efficient?

Yes, a metal roof reflects heat away from homes and commercial buildings rather than absorbing it. Depending on the installation method, metal roofing can save as much as 40% on energy costs.

Is a metal roof expensive?

While the upfront cost of a metal roof is more than an asphalt shingle roof, metal roofing lasts 2-3 times as long as shingles. For homeowners planning to stay in their homes more than 10-115 years, a metal roof could be the last one they buy. And of course, this doesn’t include the money saved on insurance premiums, storm damage repairs and energy bills, thanks metal roofing’s durability.

Does metal roofing attract lighting?

According to the Metal Construction Association (MCA), a metal roof is not more likely to be struck by lightning than a shingle roof. There is even evidence that suggests a metal roof may protect a building that’s struck by lighting better than asphalt shingles. Metal roofing is non-combustible and has a Class A fire-resistance rating, the highest rating, so it’s not going to catch fire if it’s struck by lightning.

Is metal roofing easily damaged by hail?

Metal roofs handle hail surprisingly well. In fact, they’re less likely than traditional asphalt shingles to be dented, torn or punctured by hailstones.

Can you attach solar panels to a metal roof?

Absolutely! In fact, solar installers consider standing seam metal roofs one of the easiest roofing materials for installing solar panels. Not only is metal roofing strong enough to support the solar array and mounting hardware, but the standing seams allow the solar panels to be attached without drilling holes in the roof.