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METAL ROOFING & SIDING PANELS
MetalMax offers a wide variety of premium metal panels to make your building better functionally and look beautiful. From classic and low maintenance panels to eco-friendly panels, MetalMax is equipped for your needs. These panels can be used for roofs, siding, awnings, canopies, or sliding doors on residential, commercial, and agricultural buildings.
Metal panels at MetalMax also have versatility. Several different color combinations of panels are available, and options are characterized by their shape and how they are seamed together. The type of roof you have, the height at which it is placed, the environment in which the property sits and many other factors determine the panel type that may be best for you.
The 5V Crimp exposed fastened, or through-fastened, panel is frequently used for roofing and siding projects because of its aesthetic appeal and high performance. The Crimp Panel 5V is ideal for agriculture because it has the strength and ability to endure a variety of weather conditions.
STANDING SEAM VS. EXPOSED FASTENED PANELS
Standing seam roof panels stand together in one piece and are not concealed by screws. The fasteners in the metal panel are therefore not visible. Hidden fastener panels tend to be more weathertight than exposed fasteners. The greatest pros of standing seam roofs is their long-lasting strength. In optimal conditions the lifespan can reach as far as 50 years. The standing seam panel can serve as an all-around solution considering its performance, cost, and ease of installation.
Exposed fastened, or through-fastened, metal roofs are when panels can be fixed directly into the roof using screws which penetrate them. When the screw head is visible, the metal roof contains “exposed fasteners”. Through-fastened metal panels can be expanded easily and contracted. Exposed fasteners do not use hand-sewing or mechanical seaming on each panel, making this panel option the more economical alternative to the standing seam panel option.
Whether you’re buying material for a metal roof for your residential or commercial property, it’s important to know the difference between “Galvalume” and “galvanized steel”.
Metal is a building material that has been used for centuries. It’s not just popular among builders and architects, but also homeowners who want to