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Why use a Metal Roofing System?

  • Metal roofs are constructed to stand the test of time.
  • Roofing built of steel can withstand massive storms and hurricane winds.
  • Metal roofing materials last much longer then standard roofs.
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  • Terms containing 'ROOFING'
    Caulk
    To seal and make weather tight joints, seams or voids by filling with waterproofing compound or material.
    Deck
    The structural surface to which roofing or waterproofing system (including insulation) is applied.
    Exposure
    That portion of the roofing exposed to the weather after installation.
    Felt
    A flexible sheet manufactured by the interlocking of fibers through a combination of mechanical work, moisture and heat, without spinning, weaving or knitting. Roofing felts are manufactured from vegetable fibers (organic felts), asbestos fibers (asbestos felts) or glass fibers (glass fiber felts).
    Granules
    Ceramic coated colored crushed rock that is applied to the exposed surface of roofing products.
    Roofing system
    Assembly or interacting components designed to weatherproof, and sometimes to insulate, the roof surface of a building.
    Substrate
    The surface upon which the roofing or waterproofing membrane is placed (structural deck or insulation).
    Underlayment
    Asphalt saturated felt beneath roofing to provide additional protection for the deck.
     
    Articles containing 'ROOFING'
    18th Annual METALCON International Draws Qualified Buyers
    Newton, MA, Oct. 8, 2008 -- METALCON International, held October 1 through 3, drew nearly 7,000 high-level metal construction professionals from more than 50 different countries to the Baltimore Convention Center.
    1-story exterior of the refurbished Mercy Medical Hope Crisis Center in Freeport, New York
    Metal Wall and Roof Panels Transform A Crisis Center Into a Community of Hope
    2 Billion $$$ A Year?
    2 Billion $$$ a year? Is this enough to deserve your undivided attention?
    2006-2007 Ducker Roofing Report
    As you are aware MCA enlisted Ducker Worldwide to conduct a current market study to show how the market for metal roofing in residential and nonresidential applications has shifted since the initial study was done in 2002.
    2015 Education Program Combines the Best of 25 Years with the Newest Trends for Business
    METALCON’s 2015 Education Program Combines the Best of 25 Years with the Newest Trends for Business Success
    A Dramatic Statement with Dri-Design
    A Dramatic Statement with Dri-Design
    A Powerful Winner: Nebraska Public Power District Norfolk Operations Center, Norfolk, Nebraska
    A Powerful Winner: Nebraska Public Power District Norfolk Operations Center, Norfolk, NE
    A Primer on Building Codes for Metal Roofing
    Metal roofing solutions have been regulated by a variety of building codes. It's easy to get overwhelmed. Historically, geography-based roofing codes have been developed in response to specific local, regional, or national concerns. The net result has been a complex mix of regulations that make it difficult for even the most conscientious building designer.
    A Remodeled Home is Encased in Metal with 1,100 square feet additionally space added
    A Remodeled Home is Encased in Metal
    A Wealth of New Business Connections Made at METALCON 2014
    A Wealth of New Business Connections Made at METALCON 2014
    Accessories Add Beauty, Strength, Safety and Functionality to Commercial Buildings
    TIME TO ACCESSORIZE: Accessories Add Beauty, Strength, Safety and Functionality to Commercial Buildings
    Action-packed 2013 METALCON Generates Fantastic Results
    Action-packed 2013 METALCON Generates Fantastic Results
    Alberto Gonzales to Deliver Keynote at METALCON 2010
    Alberto Gonzales, Former U.S. Attorney General, to Deliver Keynote at METALCON International 2010.
    An Environmental Product Declaration for Insulated Metal Panels is now available from the MCA
    MCA Offers New Environmental Product Declaration for Insulated Metal Panels
    An Outward Identity with Dri-Design Panels, selected because they flexible, precise and elegant
    An Outward Identity with Dri-Design Panels
    ATAS Announce Two Additions To Its Team
    ATAS is excited to announce two additions to its team - Lori Morrow as a new Territory Manager, and Jeff Nichols as a Customer Service Representative.
    ATAS Celebrates Customers and Projects at Customer Appreciation Day
    ATAS Celebrates its Customers and Their Projects at Customer Appreciation Day
    ATAS Celebrates its Customers and Announces Projects of the Year
    ATAS International, Inc. recently held an event to celebrate its successes and honor its customers—Customer Appreciation Day, which took place on May 3-4.
    ATAS Gets a Visit from Senator Casey
    Sen. Robert Casey Jr. visited ATAS International, Inc., on Oct. 27.
    ATAS Historic Project Wins Two AIA Awards
    ATAS International, Inc. was honored that one of its historic renovation projects received two awards from the American Institute of Architects Greater Columbia Section.
    ATAS International, Inc. announces membership in CSI Corporate Partner Program
    ATAS International, Inc. is pleased to announce it has become a member of the Construction Specification Institute Corporate Partner Program.
    ATAS Joins as Member of The Climate Registry
    ATAS joins government and industry leaders as member of The Climate Registry. ATAS to measure and manage carbon emissions.
    ATAS Launches New Website
    ATAS International, Inc. excitedly has launched a new website at www.atas.com.
    ATAS Management Sweeps MCA Awards
    ATAS International, Inc. is proud to announce ATAS President Dick Bus was granted the Larry A. Swaney Award and ATAS Vice President of Sales Jim Bush was bestowed the Patrick R. Bush Service Award.
    ATAS President Dick Bus Lunches with President Obama
    ATAS President Dick Bus Lunches with President Obama
    ATAS roof feature on a 1935 cottage in Essex, Mass., as featured on a “This Old House” episode
    ATAS Roof Featured on "This Old House"
    ATAS Salespeople of the Year Named
    ATAS International, Inc. is pleased to announce Ernie Kortvely and Lynn Benninghoff are the recipients of its annual Malan S. Parker Award to recognize the top sales team.
    Athena Increases Service Life of Metal Roofing
    Athena Increases Service Life of Metal Roofing
    Calendar Announcement: METALCON International 2010
    Carlisle Coatings & Waterproofing, Inc. Achieves NSF Certification for Waterproofing Membrane
    Carlisle Coatings & Waterproofing Incorporated (CCW), a leading manufacturer of waterproofing products, recently achieved NSF/ANSI 61 Certification for its CCW MiraCLAY® GM product.
    Celebrating 50 Years of Building Envelope Technology
    Celebrating 50 Years of Building Envelope Technology
    Choosing the Right Roof Curb
    Because roof curbs have become such a common accessory for standing seam roofs, it is essential that they too perform leak-free for 20 years. This requires building designers and roofing contractors to make some important decisions about the roof curbs they use.
    Classic Products, Inc.
    Classic Products, Inc. was founded in 1980 with the acquisition of several established building product lines from a well-known and respected metal company. Over the years, we have grown consistently, developing and adding new products to our repertoire.
    Colorado Coalition Plans Welcoming Events for METALCON Visitors
    Colorado Coalition Plans Welcoming Events for METALCON International Visitors
    Combilift - The Right Platform for the Metal Industry
    Combilift the global leader in multi-directional forklift trucks exhibits its C10000XL model and the new COMBI-CB at Metalcon 2009.
    Contractors Can Get Training on Metal Roofing Installation from MCA
    Raise the Roof: Contractors Can Get Training on Metal Roofing Installation from MCA
    Cool Metal Roofing
    It's A Wise Choice Amidst Strong Winds of Change
    Curved Screen Enhances The View
    The artistic shade screen on the new Science and Humanities Building at the Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, CA, offers a pleasing break from the ordinary for students looking through it and for passers-by looking at it.
    Custom-Bilt Metals Moves Vail Shingles into Distribution
    Expansion of Partnerships a Strong First Step to Nationwide Distribution of Award-Winning, Energy Star-rated Metal Shingle Line
    Dawn Solar Systems is Bringing Its Products to the Solar Bay at METALCON
    DECRA Introduces New Commercial Roofing Brochure
    DECRA® Roofing Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of metal roofing products, introduces its new commercial roofing brochure.
    DECRA Roofing Offers GBCI Certified Continuing Education Class
    DECRA Roofing Offers GBCI Certified Continuing Education Class
    DECRA Roofing Systems Accomplishes Environmental Milestone
    DECRA Roofing Systems, Accomplishes Environmental Milestone with ISO 14001:2004 Certification
    DECRA Roofing Systems Selected To Participate in Future House USA Project in Bejing
    DECRA Roofing Systems selected to participate in Future House USA Project in Bejing
    DECRA® Roofing Sponsors Historical Restoration Project
    DECRA® Roofing Sponsors Historical Restoration Project, Red Antiquities Building
    Distribution Agreement Teams Dawn Solar's Thermal Systems with Englert's Standing Seam and PV
    Distribution Agreement Teams Dawn Solar's Thermal Systems with Englert's Standing Seam and PV
    Drexel Metals Announces New Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager
    Drexel Metals Inc. is proud to announce the appointment of Jules Dekovics as Mid-Atlantic regional manager.
    Drexel Metals Inc. is proud to be promoting its 34 Energy Star-labeled cool metal roofing products.
    Drexel Metals Inc. is proud to be promoting its 34 Energy Star-labeled cool metal roofing products.
    Eight Building Projects Honored with MCA's 2015 Chairman's Awards
    Eight Building Projects Honored with MCA's 2015 Chairman's Awards
    Extreme Makeover Project Features Roofing Generosity
    Skyline Construction Services, N.B. Handy and Fabral Join Forces to Donate a Metal Roof
    Fasteners for Metal in Construction
    Manufacturers focus on corrosion, resistance, color matching and technical assistance.
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: A Tested Edge
    Choosing performance tested roof edge systems
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Combating Corrosion
    Identifying Metal-Roofing Fasteners For Use In ACQ-Treated Lumber
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: No Maintain, No Gain
    Proper maintenance is vital to the long-term performance of metal-clad buildings.
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Re-Covering With Metal
    Codes and industry recommendations provide guidance to roofing professionals.
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Reflectivity and Emissivity
    It's Important to Understand How Metal Roofs Impact Energy Efficiency
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Reroofing Decisions
    Options homeowners need to consider.
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Roof In The Wind
    Metal Roof Systems Can Weather The Storm
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Second Line of Defense
    Synthetic Roof Underlayments Stand Out As Secondary Water Barriers
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Take It From The Top
    Considerations for Metal Roof Systems.
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Watch The Washer
    How to Identify a Quality Washer and Why It Matters
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Winds of Change
    Methods for Verifying Wind Resistance Continue to Evolve
    FIELD TECHNIQUE: Trending Toward Efficiency
    The On-Site Rollforming Evolution
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - Behind The Scenes
    Details about developing NFBA's post-frame construction tolerances document.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - Learning New Rules
    California Builders Address New State Energy Code
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - Painted Metal Roofing: The Importance of Proper Touch-Up
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - Retrofit Roof Solutions
    Fixing Problem R-Panel Metal Roof Systems
    Field Techniques - Snow Retention Systems
    In areas prone to heavy snowfall, building and roof designs should consider how to handle this natural phenomenon. Several factors pour into this process.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - The Power of Copper
    Copper has apparent antimicrobial properties in HVAC systems.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - What To Ask - For Roofs That Last
    Helping building owners make educated roofing selections.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES - Why Didn't I Think Of That?
    Retrofit framing structures over new flat roofs.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES: 40 Billion Reasons
    Marrying Metal Roof Systems with Thin-Film Photovoltaic Cells
    FIELD TECHNIQUES: A Complex Phenomenon
    Dynamic wind-uplift performance of composite metal roof assemblies.
    FIELD TECHNIQUES: A Good Source
    MCA's Metal-Forming Equipment Council Makes Manufacturing Better
    FIELD TECHNIQUES: SLIDING SNOW
    Are your customers' buildings prepared?
    FIELD TECHNIQUES: The Solar Equation
    Available Solar Technology + ROI = Results
    FIELD TIP - 5 Steps for Ensuring a Weathertight Roof
    The metal roofing industry is making great strides in developing installation methods that provide for weathertight, durable, low maintenance systems that will endure for decades.
    FIELD TIP - New Coating For Cool Metal Roofs
    Solutions to these challenges have been worked on for years by government and by members of our industry.
    FIELD TIP - Providing Suitable Attic Ventilation
    Proper ventilation ensures a cooler attic in warm climates and a dryer attic in cold, wet climates.
    FIELD TIP - The Temperature of Color - The Rest Of The Story
    Reflectance plays a key role in determining an object’s heat build up under the sun in both the visible region of the solar spectrum and in the invisible infrared.
    FIELD TIP - Things Are HEATING UP with COOL Roofs
    A presentation from the NCCA (National Coil Coating Association) Conference in Chicago, October 2001
    Five Companies Become New Members of MCA, adding to its 92 metal construction serving members.
    Five Companies Become New Members of MCA
    Five New Companies Join the MCA
    Five New Companies Join The Metal Construction Association
    Five new members have joined MCA's ranks of more than 75 member companies.
    The Metal Construction Association Welcomes Five New Member Companies
    Green Courses Approved by GBCI
    Green Courses Approved by GBCI
    Hardcast Introduces FOIL-GRIP 1403-181BFX Duct-Sealing Rolled Sealant
    Hardcast, a division of Carlisle Coatings & Waterproofing, introduces the addition of FOIL-GRIP 1403-181BFX to its line of rolled elastomeric duct sealants.
    Have you tried the 'new roofing market'?
    Some 18 months ago we were called upon for a quote on Roof Huggers for a retro-fit application designed and spec'd. by Law Engineering Co. of Tampa, Florida on an 80,000 square foot structure.
    High Tech Roofing Brings Energy Efficiency to DoD
    High Tech Roofing Brings Energy Efficiency to Department of Defense. Retrofit metal roofing helps heat and cool buildings, produces electricity for the grid, and harvests rainwater.
    Hiring a Qualified Erector
    A competent erector is key to the successful completion of any metal building or roof construction project. The thousands of buildings that perform satisfactorily attest to that fact.
    Hurricane Hunters
    RICOWI reports about prefab roof performance during Charley and Ivan
    Innovative Kalzip System Highlights Cal Poly Recreation Center
    Innovative Kalzip System Highlights Cal Poly Recreation Center
    Innovative new Kalzip FC facade system
    Innovative new Kalzip FC façade system features bi-directional installation and single panel replacement
    InSpire from ATAS Plays Key Role in LEED Certification
    The Better Living Mill Shop in Troy, Va., recently was LEED Certified for new construction by the U.S. Green Building Council under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.
    International Event Partners on Job Training
    International Event Partners with State and Atlanta-area Initiatives on Job Training/Opportunities and Health Support
    Introducing Decra Shingle Plus in Five New Colors
    Corona, Calif. — Tasman Roofing Products, the manufacturer of DECRA® Roofing Systems introduces the DECRA Shingle Plus profile in five colors.
    Introducing Kalzip Inc.
    Effective February 2, 2009, the Kalzip business unit of Corus Building Systems will become Kalzip Inc. and no longer operate under the Corus Building Systems Inc. name.
    Is Design-Build Good for Metal Contractors?
    The last two decades have seen a dramatic shift in how the construction industry approaches project delivery. Design-bid-build was once the norm, now owners in both public and private sectors are evaluating alternative project delivery systems like design-build.
    Kalzip adds warmth and style to bank renovation
    Kalzip Forms Unique Curved Metal Roof
    Kalzip forms unique curved metal roof on new University of Quebec á Chicoutimi arena
    Kalzip helps turn massive parking structure into attractive building element
    2000 McKinney is a 21-story office complex in the Uptown District of Dallas, a busy, developing area of commercial, residential, and retail establishments.
    Kalzip Highlights Steven Spielberg Building
    Kalzip highlights Steven Spielberg Building on Cedars Sinai Health System's Los Angeles campus
    Kalzip Inc. Provides Enhanced North American Manufacturing
    Kalzip Inc, has had a presence in the North American market for several years. In May 2006 it opened its Michigan City facility to provide faster delivery of its unique custom products to the North American market while continuing to offer the same high quality design and engineering capability it is known for worldwide.
    Kalzip Meets ASI Limited's Design and Business Needs
    When ASI Limited President Ken Smith learned about Kalzip’s perforated aluminium facade, he realized it was something that would work well on the new headquarters building his company was planning.
    Kalzip offers architects more options for designing with metal
    Through sessions offered by Kalzip Inc., design professionals throughout North American have been learning more about the capabilities of metal and ways in which it can help fill design needs and boost business opportunities.
    Kalzip Systems Can Help Contribute Points to Green Standards
    Architects, building owners and specifiers looking for ways to create more eco-friendly structures are turning to Kalzip roof and cladding systems.
    Kingspan Insulated Panels Return to METALCON 2009 With New Product And Exhibit
    Exhibit to Focus on Sustainability, Net-Zero Energy and Installation/Speed of Build, as well as Solutions from Morin
    Kingzip Insulated Standing Seam Roof Panels
    Panel Incorporates Unique Thermally Broken Hidden Clip Design and Delivers High-Performance Features to Help Reduce Site Time and Increase Aesthetic Appeal
    Last Chance to Enter Metal Roofing Championship Games - Deadline is September 30
    Last Chance to Enter Metal Roofing Championship Games - Deadline is September 30 - The Total Cash Awards Purse Has Grown to $8,500
    Market Forecast: NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION WILL REBOUND FULLY IN 2017
    MARKET FORCAST: NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION WILL REBOUND FULLY IN 2017. 20 HOT GROWTH SPOTS TO WATCH
    MCA & DOE Announce Final Phase of Building Envelope Research
    Third and Final Phase of Building Envelope Research Gets Underway at U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    MCA & Metal Roofing Alliance to Exhibit @ International Roofing Expo
    Metal Construction Association and Metal Roofing Alliance to Exhibit in Booths 2341 and 2343 at the International Roofing Expo, February 26-28 in Las Vegas
    MCA Announces 2nd Annual METALCON Metal Roof Championship Games
    MCA Announces 2nd Annual METALCON Metal Roof Championship Games
    MCA Announces Triumph Awards Winners for 2016, honoring metal construction industry champions.
    MCA ANNOUNCES TRIUMPH AWARDS WINNERS The Best of The Metal Construction Industry
    MCA Elects 2013 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
    MCA Elects 2013 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
    MCA Elects 2016 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
    Metal Construction Association Elects 2016 Officers and Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
    MCA Elects Officers & Board of Directors @ 2014 Annual Meeting
    MCA Elects Officers & Board of Directors @ 2014 Annual Meeting
    MCA Enhances Technical Resources Section in Website
    MCA Enhances Technical Resources Section in Website
    MCA Expands Offerings at METALCON to include education, awards and games
    MCA EXPANDS OFFERINGS AT METALCON INCLUDES NEW EDUCATIONAL THEATER AND BOOTH DISPLAYS, CHAIRMAN’S AWARDS & METAL ROOFING CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
    MCA Honors ATAS International's Dick Bus & Jim Bush
    Metal Construction Association Honors ATAS International's Dick Bus and Jim Bush with Prestigious Service Awards
    MCA Honors Eight Outstanding Building Projects
    MCA Honors Eight Outstanding Building Projects
    2016 Chairman’s Award Winners Announced
    MCA Introduces Two New Environmental Product Declarations
    Metal Construction Association Introduces Two New Environmental Product Declarations
    MCA Leads Study with the U.S. Dept. of Defense on Integrated Energy Efficient Roof Technology
    MCA Leads Study with the U.S. Dept. of Defense on Integrated Energy Efficient Roof Technology
    MCA Metal Roofing Championship Games Event Schedule Finalized for Oct. 18-20
    MCA Metal Roofing Championship Games Event Schedule Finalized
    MCA NEWS RELEASE - Re-Roofing the Rectory
    MCA volunteers tackle reroof and repair work at St. Maurice Church in New Orleans.
    MCA Offers Metal Construction Association Certified Label
    MCA OFFERS "METAL CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION CERTIFIED" LABEL
    For paint & coatings companies, roofing product manufacturers, coil processors, and roll formers
    MCA Offers New, Practical Technical Resources on its State-of-the-Art Website
    Metal Construction Association Offers New, Practical Technical Resources on its State-of-the-Art Website
    MCA Provides Roofing Installation Manual & Online Exam
    MCA Provides Roofing Installation Manual & Online Exam
    MCA Recognized its 2014 Chairman's Award Recipients
    Metal Construction Association (MCA) Recognized its 2014 Chairman's Award Recipients
    MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects
    MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects with its 2011 Chairman's Awards at METALCON
    MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects 2012
    The Metal Construction Association (MCA) recognized its 2012 Chairman's Award recipients today at METALCON International, the only annual conference and exhibition dedicated to metal construction products, technologies and solutions. The Chairman's Awards are an annual designation given to outstanding building projects involving MCA member companies.
    MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects with its 2010 Presidents Awards
    The Metal Construction Association (MCA) recognized its 2010 President's Award winners at its Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA in late January.
    MCA to Exhibit at AIA Expo in Denver
    Metal Construction Association to Exhibit at Booth 1303 at AIA Expo, June 20-22 in Denver , Colorado.
    MCA to Present Panel Discussion
    Metal Construction Association to Present Panel Discussion Featuring Construction Association Leaders at Summer Meeting, June 23 in Rosemont, IL
    MCA to Sponsor Commercial & Residential Roof & Tool Demos @ METALCON
    MCA to Sponsor Commercial & Residential Roof & Tool Demonstrations at METALCON International
    MCA to Sponsor Metal Roof & Wall Demonstrations at METALCON International
    The Metal Construction Association (MCA) will present metal roof and wall demonstrations at Booth #328 at METALCON.
    MCA to Sponsor Metal Roof, Wall & Tool Demos
    Metal Construction Association to Sponsor Metal Roof, Wall & Tool Demos at METALCON International
    MCA to Sponsor Regional Retrofit Seminar
    MCA to Sponsor Regional Retrofit Seminar -- December 1st in Milwaukee
    MCA to Sponsor Roof & Tool Demonstrations at METALCON
    MCA to Sponsor Commercial and Residential Roof & Tool Demonstrations at METALCON
    MCA Welcomes ABC Supply, Alpolic & Metanna as Member Companies
    The Metal Construction Association welcomes three additional companies to its membership.
    MCA Welcomes Andy Williams as Director of Codes and Standards
    MCA Welcomes Andy Williams as Director of Codes and Standards
    MCA Welcomes Five New Member Companies, adding to its roster of 74 member companies
    Metal Construction Association Welcomes Five New Member Companies
    MCA Welcomes Four New Member Companies, adding to its existing 75 member roster
    The Metal Construction Association Welcomes Four New Member Companies
    MCA Welcomes Rick Perry as Technical & Research Manager
    Metal Construction Association Welcomes Rick Perry as Technical and Research Manager
    MCA's breakthrough study on the service life of metal roofs at METALCON
    Metal Roof Service Life 60+ Years
    MEDIA ALERT: METALCON International
    METALCON International, the annual Conference and Exhibition for the Construction Industry
    Metal Construction Assocation Launches Interactive Heritage Webpage featuring interactive timeline
    MCA Launches Interactive Heritage Webpage
    Metal Construction Association Elects 2012 Board of Directors and Officers at Annual Meeting
    Metal Construction Association Elects 2012 Board of Directors and Officers at Annual Meeting
    Metal Construction Association Embarks on Three New Research Projects
    MCA Embarks on Three New Research Projects
    Metal Construction Association to Exhibit at the International Roofing Expo - Booth 202
    MCA to Exhibit at the International Roofing Expo Booth 202
    Metal Enhances Learning Environment
    Metal Enhances Learning Environment: Penn Yan Academy, Penn Yan, NY
    Metal Industry Shows Growth in Past 5 Years above national economy
    U.S. Metal Industry Shows Growth in Past 5 Years - Despite Economy
    Metal Panels Focal Point of Design
    Metal Panels are a Focal Point of Design for William R. Anton Elementary School, Los Angeles
    Metal Re-Roof Over Existing Metal Roofs RETRO-FITTING
    The past requirement for replacing an old, worn out roof by tearing off the old material and "starting over" is no longer a necessity in a vast majority of metal re-roof jobs.
    Metal Roof Assemblies Reduce Attic Cooling and Heating Loads
    First Phase of Dynamic Building Envelope Research Shows Metal Roof Assemblies Significantly Reduce Attic Cooling and Heating Loads
    Metal Roofing from A (Aluminum) to Z (Zinc) - Part V
    Profiles and Profiling Equipment
    Metal Roofing Seaming Guide Available From MCA
    Metal Roofing Seaming Guide Available From MCA
    METALCON 2013 Introduces Metal in Action
    METALCON 2013 Introduces Metal in Action
    METALCON Education Program Highlights Busy Areas for Metal
    METALCON Education Program Highlights Busy Areas for Metal
    METALCON Highlights, Registration
    METALCON International 2007
    METALCON International 2007 Event was Largest, Most Well-attended Ever
    METALCON International Offers Green Programs, Exhibits
    METALCON International Offers Green Programs, Exhibits
    METALCON International's Giving Back Program to Mark 20 Years of Supporting Local Initiatives
    METALCON International's Giving Back Program to Mark 20 Years of Supporting Local Initiatives
    METALCON Introduces New Conference Format
    METALCON International Introduces New Conference Format of Education, Empowerment, Excellence
    METALCON Marks its 25th Anniversary with a Huge Success
    METALCON Marks its 25th Anniversary with a Huge Success
    More Qualified Buyers Attended the 21st Annual METALCON
    More Qualified Buyers Attended the 21st Annual METALCON International – the Whole Building Show
    Multiple ATAS Projects Are MCA Award Winners
    Multiple ATAS Projects Are MCA Award Winners
    New Color Chart Available from ATAS
    New Color Chart Available from ATAS
    New Features and Highlights at the 2014 METALCON
    New Features and Highlights at the 2014 METALCON
    New Patent Issued for Air-Cooled Residential Metal Roof Application
    John Cooper of California, devised an answer to the power starved State of California that reduces homeowners heating and cooling costs.
    New retrofit microsite now available from Metal Construction Association
    MAKE AN OLD BUILDING NEW AGAIN: New Retrofit “Microsite” Now Available From Metal Construction Association
    New Study Verifies Coated Steel Roofs typically last 60 years or more
    New Study Verifies Coated Steel Roofs Can Last As Long As The Buildings They Cover: Typically 60 Years or More
    Perforated aluminum from Kalzip adds dramatic element to award-winning green building
    The Ben White Branch of the University Federal Credit Union (UFCU) in Austin, TX uses curved panels from Kalzip to create a unique but highly functional element of this dynamic green building.
    Polyglass Announces New ADESO Bilingual Installation Guide
    Polyglass®, the recognized leader of ADESO Dual Compound self adhesive membranes, is proud to introduce their latest bilingual (English-Spanish) installation brochure, the ADESO Dual Compound Self Adhesive Membrane Installation Guide.
    Polyglass USA Introduces New Underlayment
    Polyglass USA Introduces New Underlayment Ideal for Metal Roof Systems
    PRESS RELEASE: Adding a Sense of Importance for the Renovated Durham City Hall
    Adding a Sense of Importance for the Renovated Durham City Hall
    PRESS RELEASE: MCA Announces 2017 Triumph Awards Winners
    MCA Announces 2017 Triumph Awards Winners
    The Year's Metal Construction Industry Superstars
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    Q: We are thinking of reroofing and going with a Gerard steel roof. What are your thoughts on installing such a roof over a 20 year old Cedar shake roof without ripping the old roof off as this is what is being suggested by the contractor? Would it be preferable to take off the old roof and install plywood first?
    A: Susan, I would suggest you ask to see the installation guidlines for this particular panel from Gerard. In most residential (I'm assuming this is a home we are talking about) applications a "non-structural" or architectural panel is used. This means that the panel cannot be installed over open framing and it must have a deck of some kind under it to support it. The installation technique this contractor is suggesting would probably have steel channels or 2x4's(these framing pieces are called purlins or sleepers) run across the top of the shakes and then the panels would be run over the tops of these purlins. This would be considered open framing since the panel must span from purlin to purlin with no support between and not suitable ...
    Q: Yes, I emailed JohnsManville a long time ago and received no response yet. Will try YOUR resource provided now, however. I've gotten a lot of 'heat' from The Mom about achieving 'dry-in', ASAP. I've torn the roof off of a first-floor existing structure where this two-story addition passes over it, so her concerns are justified, since we're into thurderstorms daily now, with accompanying 35 mph gusts. We live on a peninsula near the bay, but I'm building to the new code like I was living on the beach as far as my roof is concerned. Speaking of which........we're laying 3/4" tongue-in-grrove 3/4" thick plywood as our first layer on the conventionally-framed 2 x 8 rafters, slope about 5 3/4 - in - 12. Ridge beam is laminated - in - pla...
    A: ZANE BRITT: W O W ! Sounds like you are building a soundproof--temperature proof--pentagon--type first class job for "the Mom". It also sounds as though you are about at a dead load limit and a 24 Ga. ribbed meatal roof is ideal for your situation. There are a couple of RESIDENTIAL METAL ROOF contractors who advertise their specialty. I do not personally know them nor their work but you should call them for price, expertise and references SOON! There is a top notch home in Avila that is a great example of metal roof--well done and I'm sure they or their architect could put you in contact with their applicator. If interested, we are here in Tampa---909-4424 and I could show you the home or perhaps you can call Avila Realty who may be abl...
    Q: Hello, Turn of the century Standing seam. I have just recently purchased a 120 year old historical plantation home in bad need of restoration. I need to put a new tin (galvanized) roof on the main structure, the servants quarters, the kitchen house and the garage. I have been doing all the work my self and it is time to replace sections of the roof. I am looking for a place to purchase raised seam panels of the old style that require manual bending with a series of hand tools. I am also looking for training on how to install this type of roof. I have mastered all the skills needed to renovate old houses but I have never had to install rolled seam roofing. Does anyone know where to buy installation guides, journeymen's hand books, ...
    A: PAUL: OUCH ! tHERE IS NOT MUCH EXPERTISE AROUND ANY MORE FOR A REAL "TERN" ROOF--HAND CRIMPED. CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHY U WOULD WANT TO DO THAT TEDIOUS WORK WHEN U CAN BUY VERTICAL INTERLOCK PANELS THAT GIVE THE SAME LOOK ! Take a look at webites : Metal Roofing Alliances at metalroofing.com : www.englertinc.com: www.centria.com and www.UNACLAD.com. Good luck fromRed Mc-1, ROOF HUGGER, INC.
    Q: What is the general impression of doing an overlay with foam on a rough metal roof. I don't want to spend the money on a large roof by re-roofing.
    A: RICK, AT U-HAUL--PHOENIX : Good morning: I admit to being a "bit" prejudiced by my niche business of furnishing a miniature "Z" sub-purlin designed for re-roofing OVER the existing metal roof--no "tear-off", no opening building with ensuing liabilities and the lowest cost way to re-roof and forget about it for the next 30 years. a top job of foam is not "cheap" in the longer run. "things" happen to it. Nation wide we get many calls to furnish ROOF HUGGERS TO GO OVER A FOAM COATED ROOF, some not so long in place. Considering the value of your existing investment and it's future value, a permanent re-roof will more than pay. Our customers report complete re-roofs with HUGGERS and new roof of Galvalume SCREW DOWN" "R" TYPE PANELS, AT 2.70 TO...
    Q: Is there an UL rating being developed for spray on fire proofing under pre-engineered metal roof decks? AS of now I am not aware of any UL assembly which would allow spray on fireproofing under pre-engineered metal deck. Please let me know
    A: PRASAD NUNNA : WE SUGGEST CONTACTING THE "HORSES MOUTH FIREMAN'S MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. tHEY DO THE TESTING AND APPROVALS FIRE RATINGS. AN ALTERNATIVE ? MBMA (metal building manfacturers assoc.) e-mail--mbma@mbma.com and ask them . Good luck, from: D.V. Red Mc-1, ROOF HUGGER, INC.
    Q: I am currently (along w/family & friends) in the process of building a concrete house with a steel roof. Our roof trusses are in place and the C-Purlin is installed. We have contacted several mfg's for the metal roofing material but have a few questions. How far should the sheet metal extend past the bottom C-Purlin? - Should it fit flush or should it extend a couple of inches past?
    A: HOWDY, TODD : GUTTERS OR NO ? ROOF PITCH ? 2" IN 12" OR LESS OR MORE ? IF NO GUTTERS, IN GENERAL, OVERHANG SHOUD BE 3 TO 4 INCHES. CONGRATS FOR DECISION TO GO METAL. WHEN YOUR FRIENDS AND/OR NEIGHBORS ARE PAYING FOR THEIR 2ND AND /OR 3RD. RE-ROOF, YOURS WILL STILL BE JUST FINE.
    Q: My father has bought a new house a couple of months ago and he put a metal building on it. We filled the inside and outside troths with cement, silconed inside and out, we put tar on the cement that is in the troths, we made a ramp at the front and the back of the building for the water to run off. It rained pretty heavy a few days ago, and after all we did there is still puddles of water in the building. Is there anything else we could do, or is there some sort of waterproofing material we could use that will stick to tar?
    A: Shelly, I'm have no idea what you just said! Are you saying your father put a metal building on his house or on the property his new house sits on? Further are you saying you have poured concrete on both sides of the metal wall panels? Why in the world would you do that? If you can send us some more details or better yet some photos of what you are doing, we might be able to give a more complete answer. If this helps.......... in general (assuming there is no roof leak) when you are getting water on the floor of the building it is because the surrounding ground is stacked above the finish floor elevation, or in times of heavy rain, the water level is flooding above the finish floor elevation. If you have a typical monolithic slab ...
    Q: This is a simple question to which I can find very little agreement in an answer. What is the most simple way to easily cut 29ga. metal ribbed siding/roofing? I know that an abrasive wheel grinder works, but this process uses up abrasive wheels (quickly) and leaves dangerous edges. Kett shears heve been suggested but not everyone agrees. Do you think the newer "twin cutter" (carbide counter rotating blades) offered by Sears may work....I need to cut lengths, widths and angles for gable ends. Suggestions would be helpful..Lou Revelle
    A: Lou, I would contact Swenson Steel Products Co., Inc. 209-537-8988 or visit their website www.swensonshear.com. Sheering will always give you a cleaner, straighter, more consistant edge than any cutting tool out there. Thanks for your question, Dale Roof Hugger, Inc.
    Q: Looking for advice on how best to put composition shingle roof on metal building. Also concerned about sound transmission thru exterior walls for use as a church. Would like to view standard construction details for adding brick exteriors, church windows and doors, fire seperation walls and fireproofing in general.
    A: David, I did a new church building some years ago with pre-engineered framing, plywood decking and shingle covering. I worked out very nicely. The metal building mfg. however will have to work out your specific design loadings. The bay spacing may have to be reduced due to purlin deflection due to plywood & shingle weight plus any wind/snow loadings that apply. Additionally the purlin spacing will also have to be reduced. 24"-30" is typical which works out perfectly for plywood sheeting. Remember 3:12 minimum roof pitch. If you are addiing a steeple don't forget to tell the metal building mfg. because those loads can be significant depending on its base size and height. Also don't forget to tell them you do not want "X" bracing i...
    Q: We are re-roofing an existing standing seam metal roof in our local area. The existing metal roof is insulated. Will be using the "Roof Hugger" - Z spacer for support of the new standing seam metal roof. Between the spacer and new metal roof will place "Ayr-Foil" bubble foil faced insulation, (foil face up). A concern has a been noted about possible condensation and some thought has been given to use a "Cor-A-Vent, Purlin Vent" to ventilate above the "Ayr-Foil". What do you think. Thanks.
    A: Mark, I wish I had a quick answer for you but I don’t have any personal experience with bubble foil so I’m not sure how to handle it. My gut feel is that you may be better to place the foil on top of the old roof. Install the Huggers on top of the foil, ventilate the cavity and install the new panels directly to the Huggers. The Huggers may need additional vent holes in the vertical web since the bubble wrap would tend to fill the space around the rib cutouts but this would be no problem. I would check with your insulation contractor and get their opinion. Dale
    Q: Can you tell me the diffrence in cost between metal roofing on a pre-engineered bldg and Resolite roofing. Also is the life expectancy of the Resolite greater and is how much. This will be a roof replacement on an existing building with no insullation.
    A: Robert, I haven't used Resolite in about 10 years so my pricing is quite dated. I recall it, back then, being about double the cost. There were also some panel length limitations, and I recall a special fastener being used for attachment. I would review your project specifics: Panel span (distance from eave to ridge), the number of endlaps that would be needed. The type of structural steel being attached to (joist, structural steel, metal building purlins)and ask about the coefficient of expansion to make sure there are no movement issues. Check your roof slope verses their recommended minimums. The material is beautiful and comes in several different finishes, textures and colors. I used it in a very hostile chemical enviornment a...
    Q: What is the best tool or shear to cut R panel roofing material with? We have tried a saw blade turned backwards (too much noise and metal particles), a nibbler(didn't cut very well) and hand shears (too slow). We are looking for an electric tool to cut with (cordless or corded). thanks for your help.
    A: Mike, None of the power tools are particularly fast to operate, they are hard to control and thus is is difficult to hold a decent line. I personally think the Swenson Shear make the cleanest cut and although you must cut the panels one at a time it does go pretty fast. Vist them at http://www.swensonshear.com/ and see what you think. Dale Roof Hugger, Inc.
    Q: Are there any long lasting benefits to using a roofing product made with galvalume plus over ordinary galvalume Thanks for you advice
    A: Rick, I'm not sure of all the benefits. Those companies that sell the panels can probably tell you all the details. A couple things I am aware of is 1) You can handle the panels without fear of leaving unsightly marks from you hands. 2) The top clear coating act to protect the galvalume for a period of time thus delaying the process of the material sacraficing itself to the adverse elements. So even if the coating only lasted 5 years it could make a 30 year panel last 35 years. Check with the major panel retailers they should have a more complete answer for you. Dale Roof Hugger, Inc.
    Q: Is there a cost comparisons study for Life Cycle cost for Erie Pa. for asphalt shingles 50 year versus Metal roof 50 Year Warranty. If that is not available what would be any anaylsis of asphalt shingles versus metal roofing
    A: Peter, If you believe for one minute that a shingle roof will be around in 50 years I have a bridge for sale I have just got to show you! I not sure a metal roof will be around that long but we both know if anything will, the metal has the best chance. Metal is simply better able to take the UV rays then any asphalt / fiberglass composite will ever be able to withstand. Realistically I would expect a shingle roof to last 12 - 18yrs depending what part of the country you are in. The farther south you are the less time you have. A properly installed metal roof will be around easily for 20 years and I truly believe 35 years in not unrealistic, again depending on the slope, complexity and atmospheric environment surrounding the roof. ...
    Q: I am considering purchasing a used equestrian metal building, 120' x 250' in Lucas, Texas and relocating it to Abilene, Texas. I have been told that only the frame can be used because the existing screw holes in the siding and roof will never align with the holes in the frame.. therefore I will have to purchase new siding and roofing. Is this true? If I cannot locate the original plans is there a way to get new plans for the permit? How much should I budget for the demolition, shipping, and erection in Abilene? How do I locate someone who is capable of disassembling the building and moving it…? Thanks for your assistance! Del
    A: Del, Move slowly on this adventure. I have seen where it costs more to move and re-erect an existing building than it does to build a new one. Remember you must remove all the sheeting, not so bad on the walls, but the roof is a real problem due to the mastic in the side and end laps of the sheeting. Often the walls can be reused if they are not too faded or banged up but never the roof. You must then disassemble and tag the building structure and sub-structure. Often in equestrian usage there is considerable corrosion in the lower areas of the columns, girts and sheeting unless the building was carefully maintained. To relocate this building you will need to load it on 2 or 3 flatbeds, and haul it about 200 miles. You will ...
    Q: I have a metal building with R-panel roofing material. I had a metal ridge placed on the roof with a bird-guard installed below, to allow for air circulation. The roof panels do not meet at the ridge, leaving ~ a 12 inch gap between them. The ridge cap is ~30 inches wide. My problem is that we have water running into the building at the ridge during rain events. What can I do to prevent/correct this?
    A: Jim, The Roof Panels never do meet at the ridge and with an "R" panel a more typical ridge detail uses a fitted, preformed ridge cap with the same configuration as the "R" panel. 10' long 9"-12" throat ridge vents are then typically installed on top of 10' areas where the ridge caps are omitted. They are sealed to the roof with foam closure strips. Your ridge detail probably uses a flat metal ridge cap with a fiber type closure and in certain wind / rain coditions water will come through. You may want to look at a company called Marco Industries, Inc. www.marcogroup.com that manufactures a combination foam/fiber low profile vent material. This product may help your situtation. There may still however be certain conditions tha...
    Q: WHAT IS THE CORRECT WAY TO SCREW DOWN METAL ROOFING; IN THE VALLEYS OR IN THE RIDGES? I HAVE HEARD ALL DIFFERENT ANSWERS, FROM IT IS ALWAYS ON THE RIDGES BECAUSE THE WATER FLOWS IN THE VALLEYS AND YOU WANT THE SCREW HOLES TO BE ON THE RIDGES... BUT I HAVE ALSO HEARD THAT IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE IN THE VALLEYS. CONFUSED IN KENTUCKY... KATE
    A: Kate, Wish there was an easy answer but it depends on the panel. All panel manufactures have standard attachment details for their individual products. Review them and install them per those drawings because your warranty could be effected. That said on the typical 12" o.c. "R" panel rib the attachment is always in the flat part of the panel except at the panels side laps. In eave, rake, corners, hips and valleys the panels are typically installed with 2 fasteners in each flat. One per flat in the roof field. An "S" wave type corrugated panel will typically attach to the deck or structure through the top of the rib because there is no flat area to attach to and the therefor if the fastener seal is in the bottom of the curve it ...
    Q: Is my metal roofing contractor legally required to put flashing on the pipes on my roof. I had a metal roof put on and got a leak. I realized the pipes on the roof have no flashing on them, only caulk, and what looks like plumbers putty. The contractor is giving me a hard time about putting on the flashing.
    A: Shawn, Your contractor is absolutly responsible. To make it worse what is required is called a "Deck-Tight" or a "Pipe-Master" they are less than $20.00 normally. DO NOT USE LEAD BOOT FLASHING CAPS THEY ARE NOT FOR METAL ROOFS, THEY ARE FOR SHINGLE ROOFS. http://www.trianglefastener.com/brands/pipemaster.asp (paste the above address into your browser). You know it is hard to believe a contractor would risk losing a good customer and more importantly and good referal for twenty bucks. Good Luck, Dale Nelson Roof Hugger, Inc.
    Q: Which is better for the installation of Metal tile roofing, particularly, metal shakes, C-purlins or square tubing? In case of using C-purlins (2x3 in.), what is the minimum or ideal thickness needed to ensure the roof does not get torn off during thunderstorms? Winds here can reach in excess of 170kph. Thanks for your response!
    A: Itron, The question you ask is more complex than it would appear. There is a relationship between the type of structural member you select, the thickness of that member (gauge), the spacing of those parts (IE: 4' o.c., 2' o.c., etc) and the capacity of the panel itself on the members at various spacings. The attachment of these purlins or tubes to the underlying trusses or frames can also affect the performance. A local engineer would be the best person to guide you in these matters (a small investment compared to the cost of the new roof)or perhaps the metal tile folks may have some guidelines and recommendations for the installation of their product. Good Luck, Dale Nelson Roof Hugger,Inc.
    Q: We are working with a skid equipment box that has a flat steel roof. Water infiltration is noticed at the roofing seems. We have tried using a roof patch to seal the seems which only reduced the problem. The roof does not have any pitch and tends pool water up to 1 inch deep. Our thoughts are to use some sort of an overlayment. Another thought is to use the polyurethane foam to build a pitch for the roof. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
    A: John, Below is an interesting video on fixing trailer roofs. I don't have any personal experiece with this type of roof since we do mostly structual steel roofing. Most trailers are very light membrane roofs over some type of deck or a very light gauge aluminum panels. If you can find the original trailer Mfg. it might be worth getting their suggestions. Perhaps this video will help, Copy the address and paste it into you browser. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoBKka1ly88&feature=related Good Luck, Dale Roof Hugger, Inc.
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    A: Yes Steve it is done all the time and any qualified steel building company can handle this change and explain the details of how this is done. That's the good news as they say. More importantly however, you do need to check with your local building department (or contractor) first regarding local codes. This change although not creating any new square footage may trip a number of new regulation enforcements that you are currently "grandfathered" from having to comply with. You may be required to change your setbacks, add parking, add fire protection, modify electrical services, add retention ponds, meet handicap access requirements, and the list goes on. These modifications can be imposed on buildings not even modified. So ask a...
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    A: Steve, Metal Sales has a large varity of panels. Check this out and let us know if it is what you are looking for. http://www.metalsales.us.com/panel/search/ Dale Roof Hugger, Inc.
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    A: Steve, The short answer is yes he may be correct but it does depend on the style of gutter used on the new building. If you will paste the address below into your browser it will show you MBCI's standard "high faced" gutter detail. http://www.mbci.com/pdf/design_tech_manuals/PBR_PBU_Manual.pdf This could easily create the cleaning problem you have described. Other manufacturers use a gutter that does not come to the top of the roof panel as this one does. Those "underhung" gutters are more easily cleaned. What may be appropriate for you at this point would be to install a leaf guard product to prevent leaves and other debris from entering the gutters. If your building has an "underhung" type gutter then it is possible...
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    A: Kishor, The white rust will end as soon as the panels are unstacked and normally will wash off with a nylon brush, soap and water. The edge rust is another issue however. The edges are the raw cut sides and ends of the panels. In the open air the zinc will run down the panel and across the raw edges carried by rain water and minimize this occurance. Stacked however this may not occur. If they are still stacked you should be able to wire brush or steel wool the edges and then apply a "liquid galvanizing" to the panel ends and edges. If they are already instaled the process is a bit more difficult to remove the existing rust and apply the liquid galvanizing. This may take masking, cleaning, re-masking, coating and a bunch of ted...
    Q: I want to use 30 # felt then Polystick MTS under a standing seam roof. The 30# felt will allow for easier re-roofing years down the line. Youcannot get the Polystick mts off the sheathing later when you re-roof but with the 30# felt under the polystick mts the sheathing is reusable at reroof time. IS THIS PLAN WORKABLE.....WILL THE POLYSTICK MTS APPLY WELL ON TOP OF THE 30 # FELT?
    A: I would check with the panel supplier for their recommendations. The only possible problem I see is the panel sticking to the Polystick causing an expansion and contraction problem. They might recommend the use of a slip sheet between them. Dale Nelson Roof Hugger, Inc.
    Q: I am repairing storm damage to roof on pole barn, I need to match 4 foot aluminum with 8 inch bi rib. Do you know of any roofing product that would match that?
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    Q: We have 5 or 6 places where the flashing of the R panel roofing at the back of the tiltwall has enough leaking to trickle down the wall. 1 place is bad enough to wet insulation. The job is now a year old and never completely fixed.The original building supplier/erector will not respond. Apparently his erector (subcontractor) no longer speak for similar reasons. IT DID TAKE THIS LAST HARD RAIN FOR THESE LEAKS TO APPEAR. Thanks for any help! CN
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