Understanding Architectural Metal Roof and Facade Cladding

Issues Common Myths and perceptions Solutions
Rusts Being "metal” Use of non-ferrous materials
Noisy Because of its thin metal surface Full substrate support
Hot Metal transfers heat easily
Adequate maintenance-free and
multi-layered insulation
Close corrugation, large side edges and deep ribs
Wide pan, thin straight edges
and low seam height
Attracts Lightning Metal roof attracts lightning Lightning strike the nearest (highest) object, be it a metal or wood

A proper sheet metal roof may have a higher initial cost. But in the long run, it ensures lower energy consumption, good weather-proofing, no pain-staking headaches of leaking issues, it is low maintenance, and it will avoid future costly re-roofing jobs.

Use of non-ferrous metals ensures these roofs lasts a life time and will be totally recyclable in the future.