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Panel siding is a cheap decision for covering a home’s exterior. These products have caught a bad reputation in current years due to reports of panels that buckle, delaminate, or come loose from the wall. But if you choose the panels and fasteners carefully and follow correct installation procedures, plywood panels can last a long time.
Panels are normally available in 8- and 12-foot lengths. Longer panels may allow you to minimize the number of horizontal joints between panels. Also, expect to spend about a day installing 1200 square feet of panel with a helper. Before you start, cover the sheathing with building wrap and install trim boards and flashings.
Metal siding is a perfect construction material for commercial and industrial buildings because of its long lasting stability, low maintenance, design flexibility, and wide style possibilities. Our fabrication shop can roll form a variety of sizes, substrates, and configurations of metal siding.
A cost-effective and versatile roof panel. 2 1/2″x 1/2 Corrugated, exposed fastener panel. Panels shall be attached to the exposed screws stocked 27 1/2″ wide G90 Galvanized, 26GA through 18GA 8′ Long, 10′ Long & 12′ Long all gauges. 26GA & 18GA also stock 27 1/2″ x 20′ Long Special length orders 2-3 Weeks.
Choosing your siding is one of the most essential Reno or new building decision you will make. What goes on the outside of your house defends your home against the elements and it is a very significant part of the wall assembly. It is also the first thing that people see from the curb, so it is vital to your home’s overall aesthetics.
Siding is offered in a wide variety of options that include vinyl, fiber cement, cellular PVC, manufactured stone veneer, aluminum, stainless steel, composites and more.
National Roofing Contractors Association stated that the popularity of metal roof products has increased dramatically over the past years, a clear sign that homeowners and builders are growing more and more aware of the benefits of this roofing.
In fact, during the past decades, a whole new genre of metal roof materials has hit the market. These are a far cry from the ribbed tin roofs on barns that leap to mind at the mention of metal roofing. Today’s metal roofs serve as high-tech answers to the need for durable, fire-resistant.
Metal roofing materials are made mostly from steel and aluminum. Some consume other materials, such as copper and alloys; these tend to cost much more.
Aluminum and steel are by far the most common and functional of available roofing materials because they are economical, hold paint finishes well (steel can be galvanized), and are durable. Aluminum is a quite soft metal, so it is more prone to denting and damage and it is also more expensive than steel. On the other hand, aluminum won’t corrode the way steel can if the finish is compromised.
A flat roof is made out of about sixteen components which all help different purposes. Ensuring the flat roof has a fall is a dangerous step in the construction and the fall should be a minimum 1:80 for smooth surface such as plastic roofs or corrugated metal. A fall of 1:60 is required for roofing felt’s and other coarse roof coverings. The fall serves the following purpose:
Let the roof to shed rainwater. If the fall is shallower than the recommendation there is an extreme high risk of puddles (Standing Water) forming on the roof. This is a common reason of water leaks when the covering breaks and the pooled water seeps through the roof.
Roofers achieve adequate fall by way of strips of tapered timbers known as furring’s nailed onto the joists or by installing a specially designed insulation scheme called a ‘cut to falls’ system.
We are experts in roof and façade maintenance service. Through our affiliated companies, we can deliver complete roof and façade maintenance services as well as roofing and solutions for water penetration issues.
Upgrading Services can offer emergency repairs as well as planned renovations. Consider us your trusted source for all exterior building maintenance needs and requirements.
Though our technical skills and assurance to safety are without peer, we take pride utmost of all in our commitment to our clients and customers.We believe that continuous communication and dissemination of information, regarding both advancement and obstacles, is the key to a successful partnership with our customers.
Roof hatches, 30″ x 96″ (762mm x 2438mm), are best for installations where frequent use might be expected. Licenses easier movement maintenance laborers, tools and equipment from a full size stairway. Available in galvanized steel, aluminum, or stainless steel construction.
Properly installed Perimeter guardrails are safety authorities’ and roofing manufacturer’s chosen fall prevention system. Any service provider or unskilled worker with over-all height safety training can access roof spaces fitted with perimeter guardrails without needing site specific training.
The non-slip walkways can be installed along a selected walking route, and can be built to suit several roof pitches. All materials marine-grade aluminum, reinforced fiber composite, and galvanized steel can be color powder coated to blend in or stand out from their surroundings. The non-corrosive nature of materials also means the walkways are low maintenance.
Once walkways are teamed with perimeter guardrails, the nonstop and effective barrier system means there is no fall arrest Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) required, such as safety yokes.
By having walkways and perimeter guardrails pre-fabricated specially for your site using innovative modular components, it reduces the time for specially trained technicians spend cutting and welding onsite disturbing your day-to-day business activities.
The roof anchor and cable System has been designed to complement the roof anchor product range, taking advantage of the low system loads made in the event of a fall. This has allowableUnlined to value engineer its 8mm (5/16”) cable system and provide the same high standard of quality and functionality that is found in all of our products, but for a much more competitive price. This makes wide-ranging roof top safety very reasonable and lets companies to more efficiently mitigate workplace risk.
The roof anchor andcable systems can span up to 12m (40ft) between anchors and provides continuous hands free access for the user of the system. The system can be used by multiple workers, providing system calculations carried out using our Uniline for Windows software concur.
Roof anchor andcable system gears include end anchors, intermediate cable supports, variable cable supports and corner cable supports to allow maximum flexibility in system designs and ensure workers have uncompromised access for all parts of roof inspection and maintenance. The cable system gearsincluding the 8mm (5/16”) wire rope are made from quality 316 stainless steel. All fabricated parts are moreimproved by electro polishing to deliver strong resistance to corrosion and a long service life.
Usually, roofing types and roofing products are normally divided up into two chief categories, steep slope roofing and low slope roofing. Sometimes steep slope roofing is also referred to as “residential roofing” because of the fact that most single family homes in the U.S. are constructed with some kind of pitch or slope to the roof. Just as steep slope roofing is often known as residential roofing, the term low slope roofing is often synonymous with “commercial roofing”. Again, this is because of the fact that, mostly, commercial buildings have “flat” roof designs.
If we were to categorize roofing slopes more precisely, the list below contains the common roof slopes and the terms which categorize them. However, in general terms, low slope roofs (commercial roofs) are those below 2/12 or 3/12 while steep slope roofing would consist of roof pitches above either 2/12 or 3/12 and higher.
Flat Roof: 2:12
Low Slope: 2:12-4:12
Conventional Slope Roof: 4:12-9:12
Higher Slopes: 9:12 – 20:12
Steep Slope: 21:12 and highe