In a nutshell, standing seam metal roof is a succession of vertically-oriented, standing/laying
sheet metal roofing panels secured in place by concealed fasteners, and connected
side by side with adjacent panels by means of an overlaping/locking mechanism forming
a raised rib/standing seam. The metal panels are joined at the sides, with a connecting/overlapping panel-lock
forming a seam as a connecting point between the panels.
Frequently employed as a residential, commercial and industrial roofing system
Known for its straight vertical panels
Commonly covered copper standing-seam roof,
incur patination which occurs as copper ages
Standing-seam metal roofs all around us, typically used
as branding for their corporate visual appeal.
Minimum roof slope for a standing seam metal roof?
Unlike conventional roofing systems, standing seam roof can be installed on a very low slope roof,
in fact, the most popular Dutch Seam - standing seam metal roofing system can be installed on roofing slope
as low as 2:12. DUTCH SEAM is a structural panel and can be fastened directly to purlins, or
solid substrate such as wooden or plywood roof deck.
What type of standing seam metal roof can you install for my home?
We can supply and install snap lock based metal roof made out of steel, aluminum,
or copper. We offer water tightness warranty on our installations and there
is a manufacturer's warranty on the panels and paint coatings.
907 South Jupiter
Garland, TX 75042
8415 Indian Creek
San Antonio, TX 78230