Metal Roofing Sheets

Metal Roofing 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 Roofing 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 Roofing 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 Roofing Sheets

Metal tile sheets can also be employed. These are usually painted or stone-coated steel. Stone coated steel roofing panels are made from zinc/aluminium-coated steel with an acrylic gel coating. The stones are usually a natural product with a colored ceramic coating. Stainless steel is another option. It is usually roll-formed into standing seam profiles for roofing; however, individual shingles are also available. Other metals used for roofing are lead, tin and aluminium and copper.
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Metal Roofing Sheets

Metal roofing can consist of a high percentage of recycled material and is 100% recyclable. It does not get as hot as asphalt, a common roofing material, and it reflects heat away from the building underneath in summertime. On a larger scale, its use reduces the heat island effect of cities when compared to asphalt. Coupled with its better insulating abilities, metal roofs can offer not only a 40% reduction in energy costs in the summer, but also up to a 15% reduction in the energy costs in the winter according to a 2008 Study by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. This finding is based on the use of a strapping system of four inches between the plywood and “cool-color” metal on top, which provides an air gap between the plywood roof and the metal. Cool-color metals are light, reflective colors, like white. The study went on to say that re-sealing and insulating air ducts in the attic will save even more money.
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Metal Roofing Sheets

Originally, metal roofs were made of corrugated galvanized steel: a wrought iron–steel sheet was coated with zinc and then roll-formed into corrugated sheets. Another approach is to blend zinc, aluminum, and silicon-coated steel. These products are sold under various trade names like “Zincalume” or “Galvalume”. The surface may display the raw zinc finish, or it may be used as a base metal under factory-coated colors. Another metal roofing product comes in a rolled form of various widths of so-called standing seam metal. The material is “seamed” together using a special seaming tool that is run vertically up the panel to seal the joints and prevent water intrusion.

Metal Roofing Sheets

The word “metal” covers a lot of ground when it comes to metal roofing materials. Steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc alloys are all materials used for metal roofing. Each has different properties that affect durability, price, and appearance.
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Metal Roofing Sheets

If you are considering buying metal roofing for your home, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of metal against other more common roof materials, such as asphalt, wood, and tile. Here is a close look at some of the benefits and drawbacks of steel, aluminum, and other metal roofing.
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Copper is used for roofing because it offers corrosion resistance, durability, long life, low maintenance, radio frequency shielding, lightning protection, and sustainability benefits. Copper roofs are often one of the most architecturally distinguishable features of prominent buildings, including churches, government buildings, and universities. Today, copper is used in not only in roofing systems, but also for flashings and copings, rain gutters and downspouts, domes, spires, vaults, and various other architectural design elements. At the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies in Pomona, California, copper was chosen for the roofing on regenerative principles: if the building were to be dismantled the copper could be reused because of its high value in recycling and its variety of potential uses. A vented copper roof assembly at Oak Ridge National Laboratories (U.S.) substantially reduced heat gain compared with stone-coated steel shingle (SR246E90) or asphalt shingle (SR093E89), resulting in lower energy costs.
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In fact, during the last 20 years, a whole new genre of metal roofing materials has hit the market. These are a far cry from the corrugated “tin” barn roofs that leap to mind at the mention of metal. They are high-tech answers to the need for durable, fire-resistant, lightweight roofing that looks at home on a house.