Metal Roofing Sysem
Standing Seam Metal Roofing System
There are many categories of metal panels. The term standing seam often is used as a generic description for a class of metal roof seams. The name standing seam is derived from the fact that the seams are joined together above the panel flats. The term also is used to refer to a panel profile that includes a standing seam: the vertical leg/flat pan and the trapezoidal seam. The trapezoidal standing seam is more commonly associated with structural metal panels. Other panel types are batten, flat, bermuda and shingled.
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Galvalume is proprietary steel with a coating consisting of 55% aluminum, 43.4% zinc and 1.6% silicon over the base metal to protect it from the elements. This coating has superior corrosion resistance which gives it two to four times the life span over traditional galvanized metal.
R Panel is the nicest panel for the least amount of money. This metal roofing panel provides more of a contemporary look for someone that does not want a wavy corrugated panel. If you are looking to save money and get a stronger panel than standard 1/2″ corrugated than this is the panel for you.
R-Panel is easy to install and can be used in a variety of applications including roofing and siding material for commercial, agricultural, and residential projects.
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