You’ve heard of seamless gutters but what about seamless metal roofing? Is that a possibility?
The ability to remove and replace a single metal roof panel by your roofing contractor without having to take off the entire roof is an amazing advantage and something that other standing seam metals profiles can not do. Because life happens, things change, and homes and buildings need to meet the needs of different people or building occupants over time meaning additions and remodels happen. Changes or repairs on chimneys, skylights, HVAC units, or even fixing storm damage is all a realty.
Metal roofing tends to get lumped together into one big group of roofing when in reality there are many different types of metal and categories of metal roofing. Different types of metal roofing have been designed to serve different applications and the best outcome always results from using the right type of metal roofing and profile in the applications it was designed for. There is not a one size fits all metal roof.
PVC membrane is a tough and long lasting single ply roofs but it can become fractured by hail if the hail stones are large enough. In many cases building owners are unaware that there commercial roof has sustained hail damage. The hail hits or fractures will eventually cause leaks at which point a roofing contractor is called. This is usually when building owner finds out that their PVC flat roof has hail damage and that they will need to file and insurance claim.
As metal roofing goes, standing seam is in a category of its own. But what are the benefits of a standing seam metal roof, and why should you invest more to have one installed on your home or business?
The 138 T is a mechanically seamed, standing seam metal roof panel that get its name because the “legs” or sides of the metal are 1 and 3/8 tall and the profile resembles a T.
Even though PVC membranes makes a great flat roofing and it is installed by a professional network of commercial roofing contractors, it can be susceptible to hail damage. In this article you will learn why the membrane becomes hail damaged, how to spot hail hits, and who is to blame for hail damage.