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MRA Quarterly Roofing Competition Continuing In 2021

Open to U.S. and Canadian homeowners and the trades, the search is on for outstanding metal roofing projects

Portland, OR - The Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) has announced the continuation in 2021 of its Best Residential Metal Roofing Project quarterly competition. Launched in 2020, this year's version now invites entries from the trades and homeowners. 

Designed to honor the most stylish, creative and effective use of metal roofing, the MRA will select one winner each quarter based on project appearance, performance and originality/use of materials. Interested participants may upload their project photo along with a 200-word-or -less description for why their metal roofing project is worthy of top honors online at metalroofing.com. Winners will be highlighted on MRA’s website and digital channels and will receive a $200 prize. MRA’s quarterly honorees for 2021 will be selected in March, June, September and December and only residential metal roofing projects in the U.S. and Canada will be considered (see MRA website for specific details and rules).

“Homeowners tell us how much they love their metal roof and what a difference it has made to their home,” said Renee Ramey, MRA executive director. “This competition is designed to show off how quality metal roofing is being used in amazing ways—from accentuating beautiful architectural style to effectively boosting a home’s long-lasting resiliency and protection.”

Last year’s winners of MRA’s Best Residential Metal Roofing competition demonstrated the variety and uniqueness of the entries received. They included the installation of a new metal roof on a historic Georgetown, Texas home built in the 1890s that is on the National Register of Historic Places, completed by Texas Traditions Roofing and Sheffield Metals (Q1 winner); a metal roof replacement designed for extreme winter storm protection for a 1992 contemporary craftsman home in New Hampshire, completed by New England Metal Systems and Drexel Metals (Q2 winner); the installation of a new metal roof on a 10 year-old Tulsa, Okla. home whose original asphalt roof had been severely damaged by hail, completed by Boral Steel and NICHTECH (Q-3 winner); and an incredible ultra-modern, curved metal roof installed on a newly-constructed home in Austin, Texas, designed by Bercy Chen Studio   and completed by Green Knight Metal Roofing and McElroy Metal (Q-4 winner).

“Architects, builders, contractors and homeowners take a lot of pride in the decision to use a quality metal roof and that dedication to excellence shows in the great work being done out there. We look forward to seeing what this year has in store when it comes to outstanding metal roofing projects,” said Ramey.

About The Metal Roofing Alliance

MRA-logoRepresenting metal roofing manufacturers in the United States and Canada, the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) was formed in 1998 as a nonprofit organization to help educate consumers about the many benefits of metal roofs. The main objective of MRA is to increase awareness of the beauty, durability and money-saving advantages of quality metal roofs among homeowners, as well as to provide support for metal roofing businesses and contractors. For more information, visit metalroofing.com.

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