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As a manufacturer of metal roofing materials, we understand architects must consider a range of factors when specifying building materials. At Western States Metal Roofing, we try to make it easy for you to find the documentation you need to incorporate our products into your design. On this page you will find all the technical details you need about our metal roofing and metal wall panel systems.
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Western States Metal Roofing is committed to saving you time by providing you with the additional resources you need to specify our building materials on your current project. Here you will find the specific technical resources you are looking for which include:
If there is any other technical data you require to complete your project and to help you determine whether or not you can specify our metal panels in your design, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
T-8 PlankWall® is a painted metal that offers architects and designers an alternative to real wood. Get the look of wood with all the benefits of metal. Three colors to meet your architectural design needs to replace expensive wood siding in your plans:
Save up to 75% in material costs when compared to real lumber. Easy to install with concealed fastener wall system and vertical or horizontal wall installation.
From time to time, we receive photos from architects and contractors who recently purchased building materials from us to create eye-catching architectural designs we're sure you will enjoy. Below you will find a few.
The Millennium Project
Material: Distressed Wood®, T-8 PlankWall®
Builder: Global Roofing Group
Ambiente Landscape Hotel
Material:Matte Midnight Black, T-Groove®
Weathered Rustic, 7/8" Corrugated
Builder: Two Sister Bosses
Get inspired! Learn from other roofing contractors and builders on what it was like to collaborate with WSMR for their commercial jobs.
Choose Different Textures, Colors, Finishes, and Panel Types In Your Design Before You Decide.