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Recoloring a red metal roof


(2001)

We are purchasing a home with a two year old, red metal roof. We are looking for the most cost effective way to change the color. Is there any way to simply put a hue of blue with a little grey to come up with a wine color that will last. The roof is in excellent shape, it's just the color. If we have to go to a full color coverage we might as well go green?

One other thought was a chemical that would react with the red and not hurt the metal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Valerie M. Prazen
- Redstone, Colorado, USA



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