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Find fasteners, anchors, bolts, hardware and more. We are a leading provider of quality fastening products for metal roofing and siding

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Flashing and trim available in steel with coordinating finishes and colors for your residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural metal roofing project.

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Use sealant tape at the panel laps for metal roofs to increase weather tightness. Order yours today.

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Self drilling metal roofing fasteners, rivets, and clips available. All types. Metal to Wood and Metal to Metal. Painted and Galvanized.

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High Quality, Natural Illuminating FRP Panels that match our most popular metal roofing profiles. Immediate Availability - 8 OZ White.

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Foam closures for metal roofing and metal decking. 7/8" Corrugated, PBR Panel, Western Rib (7.2 Panel). Shop a wide variety of foam closures and foam plugs.

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Galvanized square tube in stock in 14 gauge at many different lengths. Galvanized tube used for metal fence posts, metal carports, deck posts, panic bar gates, or building supports.

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Metal Purlins and Cee Channel are in stock. Cee Purlins and Zee Purlins. Galvanized and Red Prime Painted. Immediate availability.

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Buy Metal Roof Sealant. Available In A Variety Of Colors And Sizes. NovaFlex Construction Silicone Colored Caulk for Metal Roofing Applications.

Western States Metal Roofing - Pipe Flashing on a Metal Roof install Blog

We offer a wide range of pipe flashings in both square and round. Shop now.

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Proper metal roof ventilation is essential for a healthy indoor environment. Our ProfileVent ventilation products are an intelligent solution for your roof.

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Find high strength moisture protective covering for the underlayment of your metal roof.

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All of S-5!’s snow guard retention systems dramatically reduce these risks associated with rooftop avalanches while maintaining the clean lines of the roof. With multiple options to choose from, you can browse our selection of metal roof snow stops to see which product will work the best for your metal roof.

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S-5! provides the easiest, most cost-effective way to install solar panels directly to standing seam metal roofs.

Metal Roofing Color Simulator - Choose A Color And See How It Will Look

Choosing a metal roofing color that complements the overall design of your house can be difficult. Our goal is to provide you with all of the tools that you need to simplify this process. Check out our metal roofing color simulator, interactive color charts, design guides, blogs, and videos. Buy manufacturer direct and save.

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What Is The Best Color For A Metal Roof?

How Can A Metal Roofing Color Visualizer Help You?

The color of your metal roof should complement the architectural features of your house. It should blend in and make a statement, but not look out of place. It's important to choose wisely because once your roof is installed changing the color is not an option.

Metal roofing color simulators will allow you to experiment with different color combinations. You will see exactly how the colors and architectural features of your house interact with each other. It's an excellent tool that will help you pick the best metal roofing color for your house.

Tips For Choosing A Metal Roofing Color

  1. Start with the color of your stucco and look at our color charts.
  2. Select the different color categories from the drop down menu. Briefly glance at the available colors within each category. We have colors that you will not find anywhere else and you may discover a color that you wouldn't have considered otherwise.
  3. When you have a general idea of the colors that you like, open the metal roofing color visualizer. Select your stucco color and some of your selections from the metal roofing color charts. You can even view 3D images of these colors.
  4. Narrow down your selections to your top 3. Request free metal samples of those colors.
  5. Compare the metal samples to the stucco color and the main architectural features of the property.
  6. Look at the samples in different lighting conditions. The colors will look different when viewed inside versus outside on a sunny day.

Relying on a color chart alone provides you with an incomplete idea of how these colors will look on your home. Online color charts are never accurate and monitor settings vary. Following the process above will give you an excellent idea of which metal roofing color will look best on your house

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Standard Colors (PVDF)

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  • Regal Blue Image
  • Slate Blue Image
  • Regal Red Image
  • Colonial Red Image
  • Terra Cotta Image
  • Classic Green Image
  • Dark Bronze Image
  • Medium Bronze Image
  • Mansard Brown Image
  • Burnished Slate Image
  • Zinc Metallic Image
  • Charcoal Gray Image
  • Slate Gray Image
  • Ash Gray Image
  • Copper Penny Image
  • Desert Tan Image
  • Sandstone Image
  • Almond Image
  • Bone White Image
  • Regal White Image

Matte Colors

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  • Matte Regal White Image
  • Matte Sandstone Image
  • Matte Desert Tan Image
  • Matte Slate Gray Image
  • Matte Musket Gray Image
  • Matte Zinc Metallic Image
  • Matte Patina Image
  • Matte Charcoal Gray Image
  • Matte Burnished Slate Image
  • Matte Mansard Brown Image
  • Matte Medium Bronze Image
  • Matte Dark Bronze Image
  • Matte Midnight Black Image
  • Matte Black Image
  • Matte Classic Green Image
  • Matte Colonial Red Image

SMP Paint Finish

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  • Polar White Image
  • Light Stone Image
  • Sahara Tan Image
  • Desert Beige Image
  • Light Gray Image
  • Steel Gray Image
  • Koko Brown Image
  • Emerald Green Image
  • Country Red Image
  • Antique Rustic® Image

Special Order Colors (500 Sq. Ft. Minimum)

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  • Solar White Image
  • Stone White Image
  • Surrey Beige Image
  • Sierra Tan Image
  • Dove Gray Image
  • Aged Patina Image
  • Sage Green Image
  • Hemlock Green Image
  • Hartford Green Image
  • Evergreen Image
  • Burgundy Image
  • Silver Metallic Image
  • Champagne Image
  • Pre-Weathered Galvalume Image

Additional Finishes

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  • Galvalume®/ Zincalume® Image
  • Galvanized G90 Image
  • A606-4 (aka Corten®) Image
  • Bare Cold Rolled Image
  • Bonderized Image
  • Rezibond® Image
  • Copper Image
  • Stainless Steel Image

Black Colors

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  • Black Zinc Matte® Image
  • Matte Black Image
  • Matte Midnight Black Image
  • Dark Bronze Image
  • Matte Dark Bronze Image
  • Medium Bronze Image
  • Blackened Steel Matte® Image
  • Speckled Blackened Rust® Image
  • Streaked Blackened Rust® Image
  • Blackened Copper® Image
  • Vintage® Image
  • Burnt Wood® Image

Copper Colors

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  • Streaked Copper® Image
  • Speckled Copper® Image
  • Streaked Blue Copper® Image
  • Speckled Blue Copper® Image
  • Copper Patina® Image
  • Green Copper® Image
  • Aged Copper® Image
  • Blackened Copper® Image
  • Burnished Slate® Image
  • Weathered Metallic® Image
  • Copper Penny® Image

Gray Colors

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  • Burnished Slate Image
  • Charcoal Gray Image
  • Patina Image
  • Slate Gray Image
  • Dove Gray Image
  • Zinc Metallic Image
  • Ash Gray Image
  • Matte Burnished Slate Image
  • Matte Charcoal Gray Image
  • Matte Patina Image
  • Matte Zinc Metallic Image
  • Matte Musket Gray Image
  • Matte Slate Gray Image
  • Vintage® Image
  • Black Zinc Matte® Image
  • Gray Zinc Matte Image
  • Galv-Ten Robust® Image
  • Zinc Patina Image
  • Bonderized Image

Metal That Looks Like Wood

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  • Burnt Wood® Image
  • Distressed Wood® Image
  • Walnut Wood® Image

Rusted Colors

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  • Streaked Rust® Image
  • Speckled Rust® Image
  • Fresh Rust® Image
  • Corten AZP Raw® Image
  • Weathered Rustic® Image
  • Weathered Metallic® Image
  • Iron Rust® Image
  • Antique Rustic® Image
  • Reclaimed Metal Rust® Image
  • Streaked Galvanized Rust® Image
  • Speckled Galvanized Rust® Image
  • Blackened Copper® Image

Streaked Series

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  • Streaked Rust® Image
  • Streaked Blue Copper® Image
  • Streaked Copper® Image
  • Streaked Blackened Rust® Image
  • Streaked Galvanized Rust® Image

Vari-Cool® Color Changing Paint System

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  • Kaleidoscope Image
  • Mesa Sunrise Image
Concealed And Exposed Fastener Metal Roofing Panels

Types Of Painted Metal Roofing Panels

Standing Seam Roofing

There are 3 types of standing seam metal roofing panels. Standing seam is more weather-tight and expensive when compared to exposed fastener panels.

  • Mechanically Seamed
  • Snap Lock With Concealed Fasteners And Clips
  • Nail Strip or Nail Flange

Panel Details

7/8" Corrugated

7/8" corrugated has deep wavy corrugations that are both vintage and modern looking. It's easy to install, structurally strong, and incredibly impact resistant.

  • Metal Roofing or Metal Siding
  • Gauges: 20, 22, 24, 26
  • Painted, Galvalume, Galvanized

Panel Details

PBR Panels

R Panel is the nicest metal panel for the least amount of money. Looks similar to standing seam, but without the price tag.

  • Metal Roofing or Metal Siding
  • Gauges: 22, 24, 26
  • Painted, Galvalume, Galvanized

Panel Details

Western Rib® (7.2 Panel)

Western Rib is our strongest panel. It's capable of longer spans and is an excellent choice for buildings that have metal purlins. It's also a popular fencing and wall panel.

  • Metal Roofing or Metal Siding
  • Gauges: 20 ,22, 24, 26
  • Painted, Galvalume, Galvanized

Panel Details

Design Guide For Choosing A Roofing Color

PVDF & SMP Paint Coatings

Painted Metal Roofing In Two Types Of Paint Systems

Deciding between PVDF panels or SMP panels for your new metal roof? We’re here to help. As a manufacturer of panels with both types of paint systems, we are often asked which is better. We want you to be able to choose which panels will make the most sense for you.

PVDF panels are seen in the industry as being superior to SMP panels in both quality and performance. However, PVDF painted panels cost significantly more than SMP. The biggest decision between these two panels comes down to compromises between price and performance.

If you're struggling to make a decision, we recommend reading Best Paint For My Metal Roof Panels: SMP Paint vs. Kynar®

Matte Finishes Have Less Reflectivity And Soften A Dark Color

Matte Finishes And Dark Colors

Matte finishes are flat colors that have less of a glare than your standard metal roofing colors. Matte colors have a warm, inviting look that is elegant and not as intense as a glossy finish. A matte finish can be useful when working with black because it can soften the sometimes harsh appearance that black or other dark colors might give off.

A glossy black will give off a more dramatic, intense appearance than a matte black. You should choose this finish type if you want a roof with a shiny appearance. Consider the aesthetic you’re looking to achieve when choosing which type of black finish to use.

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Matte Colors

The latest trend in architecture is the use of matte colors for your house or commercial project. Matte colors have a warm, inviting look that is elegant and not as intense as a glossy finish.

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Blacks, Bronzes, and Grays

Black Metal Roofing Panels Are The Latest Architectural Trend. A Matte Black Metal Roof In A Standing Seam Or Corrugated Meal Roofing Will Give Your House A Bold And Modern Look.

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Specialty Paint Prints

Finishes You've Never Seen Before®

Western States Metal Roofing is the leader in painted metal roofing products that look old and weathered. We have stunning colors that actually look like real patina’d metal. A proprietary paint process is used to paint the material multiple times. This gives the paint depth and texture. Your roof will become the focal point of your house and it will stand out from the other houses in the neighborhood.

Specialty paint finishes cost about an additional dollar per square foot when compared to a standard PVDF painted panel.

Additional Finishes

Here are some additional non painted finishes that will look gorgeous on your house or commercial building.

Do You Have Questions about metal roofing? We have the answers.

The Metal Roofing Learning Center

It's a great resource for contractors, architects, and homeowners.

Easy to navigate learning center with videos and blogs that will answer your questions.

  • Installation Videos
  • Panel Comparisons
  • Cost
  • Much More

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All About Metal Roofing Colors

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COLOR & PRODUCT VISUALIZER

Choose Different Textures, Colors, Finishes, and Panel Types On Your Home Before You Decide.