Austin Metal Roofing

WDR Metal Roofing Texas is proud to offer the following services to Austin and the surrounding areas:

  • WDR Metal Roof Systems – Metal roofs are becoming a popular choice for hill country and Texas homeowners because they offer a number of advantages versus traditional asphalt shingle roofs.
  • WDR Metal Roof Snap Lock Standing Seam – This metal roof style is the most common residential metal roof style and has two panel seams that snap together. The entire panel system is held down by concealed clips. This roof offers excellent performance and long-lasting protection of your property.
  • WDR Double Locked Hemmed Seam Metal Roof – If you’re looking for a high quality metal roof for your low slope roof, then a double locked hemmed seam roofing system is the best choice.
  • WDR Roof Inspection Services for Metal Roofs – When we inspect your roof, we will help you find obvious roof problems like buckling, cracking, or leaks, but our trained experts are also able to find hidden roof issues – the kinds of issues that can go unnoticed until they cause large and expensive problems.
  • WDR Metal Roofing Estimates  – A roofing estimate and consultation is our opportunity to introduce ourselves to you and show you how we can help you with your roofing needs.
  • WDR Metal Roof Installations  – We offer expert installation of both snap lock standing seam roofs or double locked hemmed seam roofs.

Austin is located in Travis County, in the state of Texas.

  • Population (approx.): 932,000
  • Geo coordinates: 30.2672°N, 97.7431°W
  • Postcodes: 78766, 78715, 78714, 78768, 78713, 78767, 78799, 78701, 78712, 78705

Learn more about Austin, Texas here

Roads In and Around Austin

  • U.S. Route 183
  • Texas State Highway Loop 1
  • U.S. Route 290
  • Sixth Street
  • Interstate 35
  • Interstate 10
  • Texas State Highway Loop 360
  • Texas State Highway 130. Sections of this road has a speed limit of 85mph.
  • Texas State Highway Loop 343
  • Texas State Highway 45
  • 183A Toll Road

Nearby Schools

  • Austin high school
  • Allison Elementary School
  • Andrews Elementary School
  • Baldwin Elementary School
  • Baranoff Elementary School
  • Barbara Jordan Early College Prep School
  • Barrington Elementary School
  • Barton Hills Elementary School
  • Becker Elementary School
  • Blackshear Elementary School
  • Blanton Elementary School
  • John C. Blazier Elementary School
  • Boone Elementary School
  • Brentwood Elementary School
  • Brooke Elementary School
  • Brown Elementary School
  • Bryker Woods Elementary School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • Bertha Casey Elementary School
  • Casis Elementary School
  • Nan Clayton Elementary School
  • Cook Elementary School
  • Cowan Elementary School
  • Cunningham Elementary School

Nearby Rail Stations

  • Downtown station (Capital MetroRail)

Nearby Cities

Fun Things To Do and See Around in Austin

  • Mexic-Arte Museum (near East 5th Street and Congress Avenue) is an arts museum.
  • Bank of America Center (near East 6th Street and Congress Avenue) was built in 1975 .
  • Frost Bank Tower (near East 4th Street and Congress Avenue) is a 33 floor, 515 ft tall building.
  • Congress Avenue Historic District (near East 6th Street and Congress Avenue) is a major thoroughfare that cuts through the center of the city. It goes from south Austin, over Lady Bird Lake and headed to the Texas State Capitol.
  • One American Center (near West 6th Street and Congress Avenue) is a 32 floor office building in the Financial District.
  • O. Henry Hall (near West 6th Street and Colorado Street) used to be known as the U.S. Post Office and Federal Building, and is a historic courthouse and post office.
  • Driskill Hotel (near East 6th Street and Brazos Street) was built in 1886 and is the oldest operating hotel in Austin.
  • Norwood Tower (near West 7th Street and Colorado Street) is a historic commercial building built in 1929.
  • The Austonian (near West 2nd Street and Congress Avenue) is a residential 56 floor building skyscraper in downtown, and is the tallest building in town and the tallest all-residential building in the USA.
  • Sixth Street (Austin, Texas) (near East 6th Street and Trinity Street) is a historic road as well as an entertainment district. It used to be called Pecan Street.
  • Brown Building (Austin, Texas) (near Colorado Street and West 8th Street) is an office and residential tower in downtown Austin, Texas. Built in 1938, it is 137 ft tall.
  • Ritz (Austin, Texas) (near East 6th Street and Trinity Street) is a historic theater in the 6th Street district. It has been used as a movie theater, music hall, club, and comedy house. It is not the home for the Alamo Drafthouse.
  • St. David’s Episcopal Church (near East 7th Street and San Jacinto Boulevard) is a historic church constructed in 1854–1855, making it one of the oldest buildings in the city.
  • Circuit of the Americas (COTA) is a custom built motor racing circuit. Opened in 2012, it hosts the Formula 1 US Grand Prix.
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