Vertical vs. Horizontal Metal Siding: The Pros And Cons
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A metal roof is composed of many different parts, both large and small, that collectively make it a durable, quality roofing system that can last 50 years or longer. Some of the smaller details, like metal fascia, are sometimes overlooked by a homeowner. However, this accessory is crucial to the roof’s functionality and refined appearance.
Installing a new metal roof that needs that perfect, finishing touch? When you’re looking to achieve the ultimate sleek, modern appearance of a metal roof, you can’t skip over metal soffit panels. It’s the small details, such as soffits, that complete your roofing system for a truly refined looking roof.
If you are installing corrugated siding, chances are you’ll need to install trim around a corrugated doorway. To do so, you use either head trim or jamb trim.
There are many different types of metal panels to choose from when you’re looking for a durable, quality material for your roofing or siding. Two of your options, R Panel, and AG Panel, are so similar that they sometimes are confused for one another.
It’s no secret that the current state of steel, record high prices coupled with very low supply, is stressful for anyone that works in the industry. As manufacturers of metal roofing and siding, Western States Metal Roofing understands the frustration that so many are feeling as there is uncertainty of when the steel shortage will end.
When you’re looking for a beautiful, long lasting rusted finish, look no further than Corten steel, otherwise known as A606 or weathering steel. This corrosion resistant material is available in everything from roofing to landscape edging, and comes in every accessory you need for a successful construction project.
If you’ve recently gotten a quote for metal panels, we’re sure you noticed it was more than usual. This is because the price of steel is at an all time high and continues to climb. However, we’re sure you’ve also noticed that the cost of the material is not the only part of the quote that has increased. Freight charges have gone up significantly in 2021.
When ordering metal roofing panels from a manufacturer, your sales representative is going to ask what specific features you want for your panels. Some of the things you’ll be asked to specify are the panel profile, gauge, and color you want your panels to be. However, there is another customization you can make when choosing standing seam panels: clip relief.