When installing corrugated metal roofing panels, you’ll often encounter a pitch break in your roof. Your panels will need to transition from a low to a high slope to accommodate this pitch change.
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Properly installing metal siding panels is a multi-step process when done right. The first step on that road always is going to be installing your base trim.
Do you ever wonder why there is such a big price range when looking at the cost of a new or replacement roof? The ranges can be twice as much on the high side versus the low side. That’s because all roofing installations are different. You may have a simple walkable roof with just an eave, gable, and a ridge, but someone else may have a roof that is steep and has lots of elevation changes. Roofing terms aside, the simple explanation is that difficult installations require more time and labor and cost more.
You’re ready to build or remodel your dream house and you’re trying to decide between asphalt shingles, corrugated metal roofing, or standing seam. At Western States Metal Roofing, one of the first questions we get is “How much does standing seam metal roofing cost?”