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Galvalume® and Galvalume Plus®, are produced by coating steel with a special Aluminum-Zinc alloy that provides more than twice the corrosion resistance of galvanized steel by delivering the optimum combination of the features of aluminum and zinc.
Our Galvalume steel, available in 22, 24 and 26-gauge coil or sheet, is an ideal roofing material because of its strength, extraordinary outdoor corrosion resistance and longevity.
Galvalume is offered in both bare and pre-painted versions. Galvalume Plus is the same bare Galvalume product with a thin, clear acrylic coating. Galvalume Plus can be roll-formed dry without vanishing oil, making it much easier to form and install safely.
Aluminum’s natural properties of light weight, strength and longevity make it a very desirable roofing material. Aluminum is more malleable than steel and can generally be formed into more intricate and detailed product designs. Because Aluminum won't rust it performs particularly well in coastal environments where salt air can cause corrosion, and it is also ideal for re-roof applications because it does not require structural reinforcement.For appearance, Aluminum but must be painted with coatings that are similar to those used on steel. It is available in coil or sheet in .032, .040 and .050 gauge.
Available in 16 ounce and 20 ounce, is the metal of choice for buildings with a long design life. Although more expensive than aluminum and steel, Copper is rooted in centuries of use because it will not rust and has no finish to scratch or peel.Copper is soft enough to easily tool and weathers naturally to a beautiful, green patina.
Metal panels have become very popular over the past 20 years in part due to their wind resisting capabilities. This was clearly exposed during the unfortunate arrival of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 as it swept through South Florida. Today a wide variety of colored materials and shapes can be used to satisfy your roofing need. Our trade professionals will meet with you in order to identify the best metal roof for your particular site.
There are two types of a metal roof: (5 v crimp) the more economical of the two, which has a screw fastening down the panel on the exposed surface. and Standing seem this system is the most presently use today and the fastening screws are hidden.