Sheet Metal & Roofing

Metal siding and roofing panels are an excellent option for the exterior of your commercial, industrial, or agricultural building.

These panels provide an appealing appearance to any style of construction. Additionally, they are durable and energy-efficient, making them a practical choice for your building. With metal siding and roofing, you can create a consistent visual appeal that adds value to your customer’s building design. Our steel roof and siding panels are available in 26- and 29-gauge steel and come in various colors.

AG Panel

Agricultural Panel

AG panels are often used in agricultural and rural settings for roofing and siding. These panels typically have a ribbed design for added strength and durability. They are commonly used in barns, sheds, and other agricultural structures.
29 Gauge / 26 Gauge

Gauge refers to the thickness of the metal. The higher the gauge number, the thinner the metal.

In the context of sheet metal roofing, 26 gauge is thicker than 29 gauge. Thicker gauges generally provide more durability and resistance to damage. The choice of gauge depends on factors such as the application, structural requirements, and budget considerations.

AG Panel

In collaboration with Sherwin-Williams®

The world’s leading manufacturer of coil coating. Our 20-year paint warranty ensures solid hues, durability, and precise color capabilities.

29 Gauge Colors

White

Black

Quaker Gray

Pewter Gray

Galvalume

Brown

Taupe / Clay

Burnished Slate

Mocha Tan

Beige

Light Stone

Forest Green

Burgundy

Barn Red

Cardinal Red

Royal Blue

26 Gauge Colors
Polar White
Black
Charcoal Gray
Desert Sand
Ash Gray
Light Stone
Koko Brown
Burnished Slate
Sahara Tan
Ivory
Rustic Red
Hawaiian Blue
Evergreen

R Panel

R Panels are a type of metal roofing panel with a high rib configuration.

They are known for their strength and are often used in industrial and commercial buildings.

R panels are also used in residential roofing applications, providing a modern and sleek appearance.

29 Gauge / 26 Gauge

Gauge refers to the thickness of the metal. The higher the gauge number, the thinner the metal.

In the context of sheet metal roofing, 26 gauge is thicker than 29 gauge. Thicker gauges generally provide more durability and resistance to damage. The choice of gauge depends on factors such as the application, structural requirements, and budget considerations.

R Panel

In collaboration with Sherwin-Williams®

The world’s leading manufacturer of coil coating. Our 20-year paint warranty ensures solid hues, durability, and precise color capabilities.

29 Gauge Colors
White
Black

Quaker Gray

Pewter Gray

Galvalume

Brown

Taupe / Clay
Burnished Slate
Mocha Tan

Beige

Light Stone

Forest Green

Burgundy

Barn Red

Cardinal Red

Royal Blue

26 Gauge Colors
Polar White
Black
Charcoal Gray
Desert Sand
Ash Gray
Light Stone
Koko Brown
Burnished Slate
Sahara Tan
Ivory
Rustic Red
Hawaiian Blue
Evergreen

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