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Standing seam metal roofing is the most common metal roofing. The fasteners are concealed for both weather tightness and stream lined appearance. Made to your specific sizes.
7/8" corrugated metal roofing has deep wavy corrugations that look stunning on your metal roof. Structurally strong, incredibly impact resistant.
Exposed fastener roofing/siding panel that looks fairly similar to standing seam when viewed from ground to roof. Substantial cost savings when using PBR vs standing seam. In addition, it looks great as a metal siding.
Ribbed 7.2” exposed fastener panels offers wider coverage and it's trapezoidal design provides superior load and span capacities. Western Rib® can be used as a metal roofing or siding/wall panel.
1" Deep Flush Panels for use in wall, fascia and soffit applications. Rounded interlocking leg and concealed fasteners improve appearance and strength. Made to your specific sizes.
Mix and match different reveals, face sizes, and widths.
Modern design with 1", 2" or 3" reveals.
Horizontal or Vertical Installation.
This remarkable rigid wall panel with concealed fasteners offers a distinctive look with bold shadow effects that emphasize the panels unique rib profile. Horizontal or Vertical Installation.
Perforated Corten AZP Raw is Available In: Flats, Coil, Metal Roofing, Metal Wall Panels, Metal Siding.
Huge Selection of Different Finishes, Gauges and Widths. Flat Sheets Can Be Processed To Any Width or Length. Available For Immediate Delivery.
Huge Selection of Different Finishes, Gauges and Widths. Coils Can Be Processed To Any Width. Available For Immediate Delivery.
Find roofing underlayment, screws, rivets, clips, foam closures, sealing tape, pipe flashings, trim, flashing, galvanized square tube and more. All items in stock and available for immediate delivery.
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