Metal Roof Sheets

Metal Roof Sheets

ABC_PageRepeater.ascx Panel Profiles Manufactured from 29 gauge and with a variety of colors to choose from, Premium panel are backed by a 40-year paint, 30-year chalk and fade and 20-year limited warranty. It’s hard to find a better metal building material for your light gauge roofing or building needs than our premium panel. PBU PBU A simple profile with an aesthetic that is versatile enough for both roofing and wall projects. LokSeam® LokSeam® LokSeam is a snap-together, concealed fastener, standing seam roof system with a wide array of color options for customization. 5V Crimp 5V Crimp The tried and true 5V Crimp offers a traditional look that has become popular for many applications. Rustic Trail Rustic Trail The Rustic Trail panel has a unique weathered look, partnered with high quality making this panel a favorite in the industry. PBC PBC PBC metal panels provide easy installation and can be used on multiple building types for professionals. Retro-R® Retro-R® For builders, increasing the life of an existing roof is accomplished with the cost effective Retro-R metal panel. Imperial Rib® Imperial Rib® Equipped with Condensation Control and Drip Stop Solutions, Imperial Rib panels are ABC’s most popular panel choice. SL-16® SL-16® The SL-16 metal panel is a preferred option for its cost efficiency and low maintenance profile. PBR PBR PBR is a multipurpose, low-profile roofing and wall panel that can be applied over open framing or solid substrate. Ameri-Drain® Ameri-Drain® A classic panel design with a functional profile that provides high quality and outstanding durability. Perma-Clad® Perma-Clad® With its robust design, Perma-Clad stands out as the optimal panel choice for almost any project. ⅞ Wide-Rib® ⅞ Wide-Rib® A high quality metal panel that offers a uniform, low margin look for any building project. Monarch Rib® Monarch Rib® A panel that offers building professionals the unique look they want along with the quality and performance they require. Regal Rib® Regal Rib® Regal Rib sets the standard for quality in a metal panel and provides unprecedented performance year after year. Rugged Rib® Rugged Rib® The Rugged Rib panel, as its name suggests, gives roofs an appearance that conveys durability and strength. 2 ½ Corrugated 2 ½ Corrugated Designed with bold curves and uncompromising strength, the 2 ½ Corrugated panel provides a traditional metal roof and wall aesthetic. 1 ¼ Corrugated 1 ¼ Corrugated The 1 ¼ Corrugated metal roofing panel is the preferred option for professionals with its traditional metal roof appeal. Have a Question? Contact one of our technical experts to learn more about our metal roofing & wall systems and how we can help you with your construction project. Contact Us
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Metal Roof Sheets

ABC_PageRepeater.ascx Panel Profiles Manufactured from 29 gauge and with a variety of colors to choose from, Premium panel are backed by a 40-year paint, 30-year chalk and fade and 20-year limited warranty. It’s hard to find a better metal building material for your light gauge roofing or building needs than our premium panel. PBU PBU A simple profile with an aesthetic that is versatile enough for both roofing and wall projects. LokSeam® LokSeam® LokSeam is a snap-together, concealed fastener, standing seam roof system with a wide array of color options for customization. 5V Crimp 5V Crimp The tried and true 5V Crimp offers a traditional look that has become popular for many applications. Rustic Trail Rustic Trail The Rustic Trail panel has a unique weathered look, partnered with high quality making this panel a favorite in the industry. PBC PBC PBC metal panels provide easy installation and can be used on multiple building types for professionals. Retro-R® Retro-R® For builders, increasing the life of an existing roof is accomplished with the cost effective Retro-R metal panel. Imperial Rib® Imperial Rib® Equipped with Condensation Control and Drip Stop Solutions, Imperial Rib panels are ABC’s most popular panel choice. SL-16® SL-16® The SL-16 metal panel is a preferred option for its cost efficiency and low maintenance profile. PBR PBR PBR is a multipurpose, low-profile roofing and wall panel that can be applied over open framing or solid substrate. Ameri-Drain® Ameri-Drain® A classic panel design with a functional profile that provides high quality and outstanding durability. Perma-Clad® Perma-Clad® With its robust design, Perma-Clad stands out as the optimal panel choice for almost any project. ⅞ Wide-Rib® ⅞ Wide-Rib® A high quality metal panel that offers a uniform, low margin look for any building project. Monarch Rib® Monarch Rib® A panel that offers building professionals the unique look they want along with the quality and performance they require. Regal Rib® Regal Rib® Regal Rib sets the standard for quality in a metal panel and provides unprecedented performance year after year. Rugged Rib® Rugged Rib® The Rugged Rib panel, as its name suggests, gives roofs an appearance that conveys durability and strength. 2 ½ Corrugated 2 ½ Corrugated Designed with bold curves and uncompromising strength, the 2 ½ Corrugated panel provides a traditional metal roof and wall aesthetic. 1 ¼ Corrugated 1 ¼ Corrugated The 1 ¼ Corrugated metal roofing panel is the preferred option for professionals with its traditional metal roof appeal.
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Metal Roof Sheets

Harley Rebel how about cellphone reception with a metal roof? Brickell Princess If you have a metal or copper roof, cell and TV reception will improve. If you have an aluminum roof, reception will diminish since aluminum is not a great conductor of radio waves.
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Metal Roof Sheets

Metal panel roofing. The most familiar pattern of panel-style metal roofing, “standing-seam roofing,” has raised ribs every 6 or 12 inches and is applied vertically on a roof and doesn’t attempt to look like anything other than what it is: metal roofing. It has a decidedly commercial look that is favored by architects for its honest, clean, contemporary appearance; it is commonly used on homes ranging from mountain cabins to modern masterpieces but would look very out-of-place on a Colonial home.
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Metal Roof Sheets

Noise. For some, the sound of rain tapping on the roof is romantic and homey; for others, it’s like living inside a drum. In a rainstorm or hailstorm, living beneath thin sheets of metal is bound to be noisier than living beneath thick slate or tile. Noise can be controlled both by using materials that have structural barriers to minimize the drumming effect and by applying them over sound-deadening insulation and solid plywood sheathing.
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Metal Roof Sheets

Some types of metal roofing materials may be applied over an existing roof without the need for tear-off or additional structural support. In fact, if you’re building a house or an addition, you can often downsize or reduce the number of roof support members.
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Metal Roof Sheets

If you have a metal or copper roof, cell and TV reception will improve. If you have an aluminum roof, reception will diminish since aluminum is not a great conductor of radio waves.
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Metal Roof Sheets

Expected life. Properly installed, a metal roof should last as long as the house, sealing out water, surviving high winds, and easily shedding snow. Metal is resistant to fire, mildew, insects, and rot. Warranties vary widely, but most companies back their products for 20 to 50 years. Paint finishes typically have a 30-year limited warranty.
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Fire resistance. Because metal roofs are noncombustible, they’re given a Class A fire rating (the most resistant). Part of a roof’s classification depends on materials beneath the surface that could ignite in intense heat. Most metal roofs applied over a combustible material such as wood shingles have a lower, Class C rating.

Heat conduction. Metal reflects radiant heat from the sun, minimizing midday heat gain. This means you save energy needed for air conditioning during the day. Though the material itself is low in insulation R-value, many systems utilize a dead-air space between the metal and roof deck to increase energy efficiency.
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Though you shouldn’t have to walk on a roof that doesn’t leak, there may be occasions when a plumber needs to snake out a vent pipe or a chimney sweep needs access to the flue. You can walk on some metal roofs but not all; it depends on how the particular product is made and the type of construction supporting it. As you might imagine, metal can be very slippery when wet.
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Marring & care. Some painted metal roof finishes can peel, chip, fade, scratch, or chalk, although nearly all are guaranteed for 30 years. Walking on some types, particularly those with a granulated-stone surface, may cause wear. Installers must be careful not to scratch or dent the roofing during installation, and panels must be treated with care. Unlike conventional roofing, some metal shingle systems are installed from the top down, eliminating the need to walk on them. Once installed, it may be necessary to hose off roofing now and then to keep it looking good.
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When considering a metal roof, you’ll first want to determine the fundamental look you want it to have. Residential metal roofing comes in two basic forms that are very different in appearance: sheet-like panels and shingles. Within these two categories, there are many variations, colors, and patterns…more about that later.
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HektoR / Shutterstock.comThis diagram shows how a metal roof is built, including sheathing, solid foam insulation, wooden battens used for attachment, metal roofing panels, and installation of a skylight and solar panel.