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Installing metal siding on your house will give your residential or commercial property a distinctive look that requires minimal maintenance. Over 100 colors to choose from. Buy steel siding panels directly from the manufacturer and save.
Exposed fastener panels are the most affordable type of metal siding panel, the easiest to install, and they're readily available. The main disadvantage for these panels is that the fasteners penetrate the surface of the metal panel. If the screws are not installed correctly the water can get between the sealing washer and the panel.
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.
R Panel is the nicest steel siding panel for the least amount of money. The main advantage of this steel siding is that there is no loss for the siding lap. The overall cost of this panel versus corrugated metal is 10%-20% less.
Western Rib is our strongest metal panel. It's capable of longer spans and is an excellent choice for buildings that have metal purlins. It's also a popular metal roof, fencing and metal wall panel.
Concealed fastener metal wall panels are attached to the substructure without any visible fasteners. Instead, concealed fastener panels are installed with clips and/or screws that are attached behind the face of the panel. Once installed, concealed fasteners are not visible on the exterior of the wall. They are hidden inside interlocking panel joints for protection from the elements, creating a smooth appearance that is more aesthetically pleasing than exposed fastener roofing panels. Concealed fastener wall panels will cost significantly more than an exposed fastener panel.
This remarkable rigid wall panel with concealed fasteners offers a distinctive look with bold shadow effects that emphasize the panels unique rib profile. Installed Vertically or Horizontally.
Flush Panels for use in wall, fascia and soffit applications. Rounded interlocking leg and concealed fasteners improve appearance and strength. Painted and Galvalume®.
Mix and match different reveals, face sizes, and widths.
Modern design with 1", 2" or 3" reveals.
Horizontal or Vertical Installation.
This panel is made on a break and is more expensive than the Western Reveal®. Perfect for jobs that require a panel greater than 22 gauge or a reveal greater than 3”. Reveal between panels: 6”, 5”, 4”, 3”, 2”, 1”, or No Reveal.
Did you know that standing seam can be used for both metal roofing and siding panels? The fasteners are concealed for both weather tightness and stream lined appearance.
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There are literally hundreds of colors of metal siding to choose from. We make it easy with our metal siding color resource center.
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The roofing and siding of a barn are its most vital components that serve as protection for the structure. If you’re considering metal for either or both of these aspects of your barn, you’ll have to choose the right metal roof or steel siding panel to use.
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Picking out home siding is a big decision with a lot of choices. If you have your choices narrowed down to aluminum, steel, and vinyl siding, this article is going to help make your decision a little easier.
We have taken aluminum, steel, and vinyl siding, three of the most popular siding choices, and compiled their biggest strengths and weaknesses so that you can determine which is the best siding for your home. This article will go, in order, and explain the pros and cons of each siding option.
When someone thinks of standing seam, a picture of the bold, clean lines that makes standing seam so attractive most likely comes to mind. However, that mental picture is most likely up on a roof.
Did you know that you can use standing seam metal roofing as a steel siding panel?
If you’re ready to do a remodel on your home, new siding should be at the top of the list. Siding is one of the first things people notice and it has a major impact on your home’s overall architectural style. Putting curb appeal aside, siding also plays a pivotal role in protecting your home from nature and the elements.
Are you installing metal siding on your home's exterior and debating if you should install your siding material vertically or horizontally? We go over the differences and benefits of these two steel panel installation methods.
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