steel this roof Frank Gehry isn’t the only one who can have fun with shiny metal roofs. Barrington, Ill.–based Millennium Tiles’ new stainless steel residential roofing lets you show your mettle, too. The company says that unlike other roofing materials,
steel this roof Frank Gehry isn’t the only one who can have fun with shiny metal roofs. Barrington, Ill.–based Millennium Tiles’ new stainless steel residential roofing lets you show your mettle, too. The company says that unlike other roofing materials,

Frank Gehry isn't the only one who can have fun with shiny metal roofs. Barrington, Ill.–based Millennium Tiles' new stainless steel residential roofing lets you show your mettle, too. The company says that unlike other roofing materials, stainless steel has an infinite life span and contains at least 75 percent recycled content. Measuring 15 by 9 inches, the tiles are angled at the edges to eliminate glare as well as noise from rainfall. In addition to a natural finish, the tiles come in amber bronze and slate. Custom hues can be fabricated using an oxidation technique. The maker claims the tiles won't fade, peel, or chip. Millennium Tiles, 866.842.8585; www.millenniumtiles.com.