Standing Seam Metal Roofing

Standing Seam Metal Roofing

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 Roofing

Colors See your roof in ClickLock Standing Seam! ClickLock is Certified ‘Premium’ under the Metal Construction Association Certified Roofing Panels program Not Sure Standing Seam Is The Look You Want? At Classic Metal Roofing Systems, we hear from thousands of homeowners each year who want the durability and added value that a metal roof provides but they don’t want their home’s roof to look like one on a barn or shopping center. We understand their feelings completely. That’s why, even though we produce the best standing seam available with ClickLock, our real passion lies with metal roofing products that have unique and special beauty to complement any home design. This is why we have engineered products like Rustic Shingle, Country Manor Shake, and Oxford Shingle. These products provide all the benefits of metal roofing but with the beauty of traditional residential roofing products like dimensional shingles, slate, and wood shakes. Homeowners Associations and Architectural Review Boards love our shingle, slate, and shake products. They want to allow their residents to enjoy the added property value that a metal roof provides, but they don’t want to diminish the aesthetics of their communities with roof styles more commonly seen in agricultural and commercial applications. And, once they find out that the cost of beautiful products like Rustic Shingle or Oxford Shingle and Country Manor Shake is actually often less than that of a quality standing seam, their excitement only grows. Whether you want a traditional metal roof look (which can work great especially in a rural setting!) or a look that fits well with the other homes in your neighborhood, Classic Metal Roofing Systems has you covered with the best that’s available in today’s metal roofing industry.
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Standing Seam Metal Roofing

24 Nov2015Interlock® Standing Seam Metal Roofing Written by Scott Plumptree. Posted in Standing Seam Metal RoofingMechanical-lock Standing Seam Metal RoofingInterlock® Standing Seam Metal Roofing is a fully interlocking roof system. Its unique design mechanical-lock design forms a weather-tight unit, and unlike some other types of panel metal roofs, no rivets or screws are exposed on the surface of the panels.It may be installed on new construction or applied over existing roofs. All trims and caps are designed to ensure an integrated weather-proof roof. Interlock Standing Seam is composed of panels, which can be manufactured to any pre-determined length. The panels are coated with the Alunar® Coating System embedded with Teflon® Surface Protector to provide an extremely durable and attractive surface. The panels are roll formed with a ribbed contour to give added strength. A uniquely designed ridge on each panel provides a secure system of interlocking the panels together. Interlock Standing Seam weights considerably less than most other types of roofing systems. No special preparation is needed, resulting in less structural cost.
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Mechanical-lock Standing Seam Metal RoofingInterlock® Standing Seam Metal Roofing is a fully interlocking roof system. Its unique design mechanical-lock design forms a weather-tight unit, and unlike some other types of panel metal roofs, no rivets or screws are exposed on the surface of the panels.It may be installed on new construction or applied over existing roofs. All trims and caps are designed to ensure an integrated weather-proof roof. Interlock Standing Seam is composed of panels, which can be manufactured to any pre-determined length. The panels are coated with the Alunar® Coating System embedded with Teflon® Surface Protector to provide an extremely durable and attractive surface. The panels are roll formed with a ribbed contour to give added strength. A uniquely designed ridge on each panel provides a secure system of interlocking the panels together. Interlock Standing Seam weights considerably less than most other types of roofing systems. No special preparation is needed, resulting in less structural cost.
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When most homeowners begin thinking about a metal roof, all they can envision are the roofs they have seen on barns and commercial buildings. Those types of metal roofs typically have panels that run vertically up the roof. These types of metal panel roofs are called “Standing Seam” because their prominent visual feature is the raised interlocking seam which joins one panel to the next. Often called “commercial roofing,” or “agricultural panel roofing,” or even “barn roofing,” these products do provide the great protection and durability for which metal is known. Classic’s ClickLock Standing Seam provides the look of the products that you see everywhere on restaurants and farm outbuildings.
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At Classic Metal Roofing Systems, we hear from thousands of homeowners each year who want the durability and added value that a metal roof provides but they don’t want their home’s roof to look like one on a barn or shopping center. We understand their feelings completely. That’s why, even though we produce the best standing seam available with ClickLock, our real passion lies with metal roofing products that have unique and special beauty to complement any home design. This is why we have engineered products like Rustic Shingle, Country Manor Shake, and Oxford Shingle. These products provide all the benefits of metal roofing but with the beauty of traditional residential roofing products like dimensional shingles, slate, and wood shakes.
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Project features 1 1/2″ SSR in Acrylic Coated Galvalume. ————– Thinking about metal? Well, now is a great time as there are many benefits a metal roofing system provides. From providing peace-of-mind to adding value to your home, a metal roofing system is a great decision. Longevity Durability & Strength Energy Savings Increased Home and Resale Value Beauty and a look for every style of home.  Want to learn more about our New Central Region Standing Seam product offering – view products:   1 1/2″ SSR 150 Horizon S 100 No matter what kind of roofing style, color or finish you have now, there’s a metal roofing style to match and provide peace-of-mind.  To uncover the right system for your home, review our product offering or let our color visualizer & product selector help guide you to the right product. Learn More
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Project features 1 1/2″ SSR in Acrylic Coated Galvalume. ————– Thinking about metal? Well, now is a great time as there are many benefits a metal roofing system provides. From providing peace-of-mind to adding value to your home, a metal roofing system is a great decision. Longevity Durability & Strength Energy Savings Increased Home and Resale Value Beauty and a look for every style of home.  Want to learn more about our New Central Region Standing Seam product offering – view products:   1 1/2″ SSR 150 Horizon S 100 No matter what kind of roofing style, color or finish you have now, there’s a metal roofing style to match and provide peace-of-mind.  To uncover the right system for your home, review our product offering or let our color visualizer & product selector help guide you to the right product.

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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One thing to consider when looking for a standing seam roof is how it will be produced. Portable roll-formers make standing seam roofing easy to produce and many contractors use these field-formed systems. Unfortunately, easy does not mean better as the quality and exactness of the machinery can be compromised when moved from site to site. Additionally, unknowing contractors can use low-quality, cheap metal never intended for residential applications.
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It may be installed on new construction or applied over existing roofs. All trims and caps are designed to ensure an integrated weather-proof roof. Interlock Standing Seam is composed of panels, which can be manufactured to any pre-determined length. The panels are coated with the Alunar® Coating System embedded with Teflon® Surface Protector to provide an extremely durable and attractive surface. The panels are roll formed with a ribbed contour to give added strength. A uniquely designed ridge on each panel provides a secure system of interlocking the panels together. Interlock Standing Seam weights considerably less than most other types of roofing systems. No special preparation is needed, resulting in less structural cost.
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Interlock® Standing Seam Metal Roofing is a fully interlocking roof system. Its unique design mechanical-lock design forms a weather-tight unit, and unlike some other types of panel metal roofs, no rivets or screws are exposed on the surface of the panels.