Get Inspired with These Top 10 Standing Seam Roofing Projects
Find Inspiration with These Top 10 Standing Seam Projects
Standing seam metal roofing provides an outstanding combination of beauty, versatility, and long-lasting performance. We have complied our 10 most stunning projects into one downloadable guide. These projects combine Steelscape’s versatile colors with the clean lines of standing seam metal roofing and siding and give you insight into your own architectural vision.
Standing seam is a popular metal roofing product suitable for both residential and commercial applications. It also serves as an attractive and versatile siding solution. Standing seam offers superior performance, a clean appearance, and can be installed on most building types. Standing Seam panels reflect one continuous panel piece from ridge to eave.
Standing seam includes a broad range of products, designs, and attachment types, offering different visual appeal and performance. The seam is the vertical rib of the panel that also locks the panels together. It is raised from the flat base (or pan) of the profile. Standing seam is a concealed fastened roof system as the attachment point to the building is concealed by the seam, providing superior weather tightness. Learn more about standing seam roofing in Steelscape’s Metal Roof Buyer’s Guide.
Steelscape does not manufacture roofing and siding panels. We produce the painted metal used for these products. Unlike other building products, metal is painted before forming, and it is in this process where metal gains its long-lasting durability and aesthetic appeal. Steelscape is highly experienced in the application of paint and color to metal, producing more than 400 million pounds of painted steel for metal roofing and siding each year. Steelscape translates this experience into a range of dynamic, contemporary metal roofing and siding colors that you can explore in our product guide. Contact Steelscape to find a manufacturer in your area who uses genuine Steelscape steel or inquire with your local metal roofing manufacture if they carry Steelscape products.
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