Roofing Contractor in Billings, MT
Bridger Steel was established by Dennis Johnson in 1996. Dennis has over 13 years of knowledge in the steel industry. He grew up on a working ranch in Southern Oregon, where he learned the core values that are important to a successful business. Dennis' individual goal as well as our aim as a firm is to have these values be a part of every transaction. Bridger Steel was established on the idea to sell directly to the client, keeping control of quality and price.
read moreYou're sure about the design style you want for your project but unsure which metal roofing, siding or interior panels will bring your dream to life. We've made choosing the right profile easy by grouping all our metal panels and specialty finishes into style categories. Whether you're looking for the perfect metal accent for your home or the perfect metal siding for your commercial build, we have what you need to make your design dreams come true. If your style is rustic, modern, or agricultural or you want to stand out with an interior remodel you'll find everything you need here.
read moreWhether you're looking for a Texas rustic look, southwestern classic or a mountain rustic design, using the right combination of colors and finishes makes the difference between an aged classic or a poor replica of something beautiful. When selecting panels and finishes, be careful to match the materials, panel styles and designs of your desired look. Often a forgotten design aspect of a home, the roof is among one of the first things you notice, and one of the most important things that protect you from the weather.
Modern Metal Roofing
read moreClean lines, bold accents and raw materials are the key elements in modern metal designs. Our selection of metal panels can create modern roof lines, add a touch of style with a corrugated accent or recreate an modern industrial feel for your business. Mix and match these bold panels to get the look you want. When choosing the right colors for modern designs it's important to consider the amount of metal you will be using and what surrounding materials will be used. Cool, darker metal can be used to contrast warmer wood tones, while metallic finishes can complement rich wood siding.
Mountain Metal Roofing
read moreMountain living provides a dramatic backdrop for a build. The beauty of building in these landscapes is often matched by an equal amount of challenges. A mountain design must incorporate high performing technical materials that can live up to extreme weather. The design must also fit seamlessly into an ever-changing environment, a challenge for almost any architect or designer. For builds in alpine environments, the most important thing to consider is often the technical specifications of the roofing panel.