Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile High Quality Stone Chip Coated Metal Roof Tile

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1.Structure of Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Description

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile is made of Aluminum-Zinc steel (also called Zincalume or galvalume steel) and coated with natural stone chips. The Aluminum-Zinc coating is composed of 55% Al, 43.4% Zn and 1.6% Si. Such coating makes the steel much more durable than standard galvanized products. The stone coated roofing tile is durable, heat-resistant, anti-corrosion and rust-proof. It has a long life expectancy over 30 years. 

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile is one kind of roofing material which is get the SLGD and natural stone in one. And it had combined with eight kinds of different material layer. So it has the strong fire resistance and storm resistance. 


2.Main Features of Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile:

1.Durability : Eight layers for wather resistance.

2.Economical efficiency: 1/6 the weight of ceramic rooftile. Easy to carry and install; lighter framing  required.

3.Variety of colors: you can select the color that best matches your building.

4.Covers existing asphalt shingles without removal. Can replace slab and slat roofs easily.

5.Simple installation: can be installed on any type of building, even skyscrapers, at angles from 12 to 90 degrees


3. Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Images

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile High Quality Stone Chip Coated Metal Roof Tile

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile High Quality Stone Chip Coated Metal Roof Tile


4. Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile Specification

Type

Washington  Series 

Material

Galvanized sheet steel

Oversize

1335mm*420mm

Thickness

0.35mm-0.7mm

Color

Black.Red,Brown,Blue,Green,Yellow,Golden,Sliver

Life Guarantee

50 years 


5.FAQ

 How can you guarantee the quality of the Stone Coated Metal Roofing Tile

We always keep in mind that customers' eyes only stay on the high quality products, so we are making every effort to adjust the manufacturing procedure, enhance product quality, and make sure that every piece of tiles meets the customer's requirement.  


② Are you a factory?

Yes, we are the leading one to produce the good quality metal roof tiles in China.With yearsexperience and advanced equipment in this domain,we have been supplying stone coated metal  roof tile for great projects,trading company,agent for more than 7 years since its establishment.


③ Can we get samples?

Yes, we are glad to offer you sample to test.


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Q:do you have good tips on real estate?
When you meet a possible client two things can come to mind: Is this a prospect or a suspect? You can't avoid all bad people. Some are slower in making up their minds. You do have to be patient. You can learn more from a bad experience, than having no experience with people at all.
Q:should i become a nanny or a real estate agent? career help!!?
I think real estate property administration is kind of a joke certificate/degree. I worked in property management, made about $33k with benefits, and had no background in it. I had some office experience. You certainly don't need 2 years of schooling to go for a real estate test! Requirements vary by state, but in Mass we had only to take a short course (usually offered in the continuing education branch of a community college) for like $250, to be eligible to take the real estate agent test. Real estate agents, at the entry level, are basically glorified door-openers. You drive around and unlock houses for people, and they look around. The broker does all the heavy lifting as far as legal stuff is concerned. Being a real estate agent is a tough business, most people don't make it a year, because you spend so much time and money in hopes of getting a paycheck, which is actually pretty paltry once a sale is made. To work in a property management office, they don't usually expect you to know everything, just be able to work a computer, fax, etc. Working in a property management office usually entails dealing with a lot of crazy, unreasonable, angry tenants. If it's something you want to explore, taking the basic course and real estate license would allow you to work as an agent, and it would also look good on a resume when applying to property management companies. This all sounds kind of dismal, but knowledge about real estate does really come in handy, and of course there are many avenues to pursue besides agent or office... like owning your own rental properties (which is tough but potentially lucrative, if you have gained the knowledge.) Can't really help you with the childhood education thing, cause I can't stand kids.
Q:Real Estate and Architecture?
You could theoretically be an architect and a realtor but your architect schedule needs to be pretty flexible to allow you to service your real estate customers. People want to buy houses on every day of the week so you may need to leave the architect office for a short while to put a bid in on a house, or take the afternoon off to go to a closing with your customer. Your architect boss needs to be pretty understanding of your side-job, especially since closings run behind schedule a lot of the time. If you work for yourself it's a lot easier. It would probably be pretty hard to sell real estate while you're still in school, though, because you have to be available whenever your customers call if you want to make money selling real estate, but your teachers might flunk you if you miss too much class.
Q:im interested in investing in real estate?
Depending on what state your in and how the market is, you could in fact flip houses for a living. However real estate in itself is not a great way to make a living. You would have to wait for market prices to be perfect before you purchase an estate, and pray that the value of the property increases. It varies though. For example a house in Ohio that is worth 200K would probably be worth 600 to 800k in Pennsylvania. Its all about location. My advice, look at becoming a stock broker and you could invest in real estate companies as well as whichever company you want. That way you don't have the constant stress of waiting for someone to buy your house, which is never a guarantee. Buy low, sell high, and you will have your six figures in no time.
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Q:How much does a real estate earn?
As with any sales job, how much you earn depends on how dedicated you are, how aggressive, and whether you have a knack for selling. You can decide to be a buyers agent primarily, a listing agent primarily, or both. Or, you might decide to do appraisals - which are hot in this foreclosure market. You can make 40 bucks a pop - just taking pictures and filling out forms. A commission on a house might be a few percent, which you'll split with the selling or buying agent. If you sell a couple of $100K houses a month - maybe do some property management, put a couple of buyers in a house, maybe do some foreclosure work - you can make a decent living. Doing real estate full-time is a good gig. The realtors that I've been able to observe work really hard. The ones I know like to pretend that they aren't working all that hard - that they are sleeping in, driving fancy cars, are effortlessly successful, etc. But in reality, they are fielding early morning calls, late night calls, working on weekends and holidays, and always chasing the sale. They really have to hustle to make money and are on call 24 hours a day. Personally, I don't think it is a great idea to do a job only for the money. You should like real estate - like houses - like putting people into them. If you don't, then maybe you can find something else that you like, then figure out how to make money doing that. There are a million ways to make money - but when you go to a job that you hate - you'll feel like you've aged a million years. Find something that you like and then make money doing that. Good luck!
Q:real estate exam is it open book?
Probably not, what would be the point of bothering with an exam? They want to see if you actually KNOW the information. I;ve never heard of a professional exam that was open book.
Q:Real Estate Laws Problems?
I accept as true with the opposite answerer, get a guarantee. We moved right into a residence that was once vacant for a million yr, lo and behold we would have liked a brand new drainfield! As quickly as we began utilizing water within the residence, our garden was once (and is) flooded. Getting it performed this August, estimates are $6800-$8000. Money we could alternatively spend somewhere else! The dealers can say it was once excellent once they lived in it-responsiblity is particularly tough to end up-we now have spoken to a attorney approximately this and $30,000 of alternative fix disorders (wanted a modern roof, new bogs, sinks, scorching water heater, sump pump, sinks...)-do not get caught! And we HAD an inspection.
Q:Are we obligated to use real estate agent?
You are not obligated to use a real estate agent. Real estate agents work on commission, which means that they only get paid if they are successful in finding a buyer for a property or in finding a property for a buyer. If things don't work out for whatever reason, even if they make a good match, but the bank refuses to give the person a mortgage, then they don't get paid. They know about this risk, and it is part of what they get paid so much when they do get a deal that works.
Q:When should we get a real estate attorney?
When you place an offer on a house, you will sign a contract which is OK to sign because in the contract will be a contingency meaning, that the contract will be null-and-void unless approved by your attorney, and usually also needs to pass (to your satisfaction) a home inspection. You will put in a bid to buy the house usually a little below the asking price. Usually anything wrong with the house can be used as a negotiating tool you can mention was the reason you are offering a lower price. Also it is a good idea to ask the realtor if they can represent you as exclusive buyers agent since in this way you get inside information. If you are in the Upstate NY area I could do it for you since I am a licensed Realtor! It costs the same as if you were just buying a house from a seller's agent. But yes when you have signed a contract you will send it to your attorney long before the closing so they can review it for you! Good Luck!

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