Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Dutch Seam A structural continuous standing seam metal roof panel with an integral seam. Dutch Seam Information Eco-Seam An economical, one-piece, positive-interlocking, standing seam metal roof panel. There are no extra caps, strips, or clips needed. Eco-Seam Information 2 3/8″ Field-Lok Offered in many different seam heights, the Field-Lok is a standing seam metal roof system that must be mechanically seamed in the field. Capabilities and options vary by seam height. 2″ Field-Lok Information 1 1/2″ Field-Lok Offered in many different seam heights, the Field-Lok is a standing seam metal roof system that must be mechanically seamed in the field. Capabilities and options vary by seam height. 1″ Field-Lok Information PC System A non-structural standing seam metal roof where the seam is snapped over the clips and fasteners, concealing the fastening system. PC System Information
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

A standing seam metal roof system from MBCI is one of the most durable and weathertight roof systems available in the industry. There are four basic styles of standing seam metal roofs: double lock seam, symmetrical seam, one-piece snap-lock interlock and two-piece snap-lock interlock. MBCI manufactures quality standing seam metal roofing panels that are lightweight, last up to 60 years and are a great choice for residential, commercial and recreational building applications. So, when your design requires a metal roofing system that is both aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound, choose one of MBCI’s six standing seam metal roof systems. Details for each panel are below.
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Standing Seam Metal Roofs CENTRIA’s standing seam metal roofs help you reimagine metal roofing with clean, sleek lines and a minimum of exposed fasteners for a unique aesthetic effect. A structural standing seam roof panel system meets performance goals by being constructed with a raised portion where the two panels meet, enhancing overall weather resistance. In addition, the panels interlock in such way that allows thermal movement without damage. Finally, standing seam metal roofs are a highly sustainable choice since it is manufactured using recycled content, as well as being fully recyclable. SRS SRS3 Structural SDP175 SDP200
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

The Berridge Tee-Panel standing seam metal roofing system has a Snap-On seam cap with Berridge’s patented Vinyl Weatherseal. It has a 12-3/4″ exposure with a 1″ seam height and is ideal for residential or light commercial applications. Berridge Tee-Panel can be formed straight, convex or concave curved, tapered, or compound curved for dome applications. It can also be site-formed using Berridge’s SS-14, SL-24, or SL-1 portable roll formers.
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

A structural standing seam roof panel system meets performance goals by being constructed with a raised portion where the two panels meet, enhancing overall weather resistance. In addition, the panels interlock in such way that allows thermal movement without damage.
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Not long ago, standing seam metal roofs were only a figment of the imagination in the minds of average homeowners.  Most were confined to commercial buildings or very cool, avant-garde residential structures.
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Sleek Looks:  Standing seam roofs are perfect for certain types of contemporary or country-style houses. Due to the smooth, straight lines, these roofs give your house an “industrial” feeling, yet with a modern flair. These are not the rippled tin roofs that you might remember from warehouses of the past.
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Standing Seam Metal Roof Details

Cost:  Metal is considered a moderately-expensive roofing material (more expensive than conventional shingles, but less than high-end slate or copper).  However, metal's higher cost can be amortized via its longer lifespan.
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 But what about style?  Metal comes in a decent array of colors:  grays, browns, forest greens, earthy reds.  Perhaps this isn't the full palette of colors as you might find at a paint store, but it's more than you'll find with composite/asphalt shingles.