|Panels and Trim
All panels are made from 1st quality steel - no seconds or rejects
All 26 gauge sheeting and trim are 80,000 PSI material
Bare panels are coated with Galvalume Plus® baked by a 25-year written warranty
Colored panels consist of Galvalume®-coated substrate that is prime coated and painted with silicon-modified polyester paint backed by a 30-year written warranty
|Standard gauge: 26
Standard paneling: "R" Profile
Roof panels: Optional Standing Seam Roof (extra cost)
Roof system meets Underwriter's Laboratories Class 90 wind uplift rating
Roof and Wall Fasteners
|We furnish only the finest available fasteners for roof and wall systems.
We supply Long life fasteners on every building.
Roof Panel Profiles
|Our standard roof sheeting is the "PBR" panel, which is available in bare Galvalume Plus® as well as a variety of colors. Wall sheeting is available in "R" and "PBR" panel. Depending on the color and your geographic location - PBR panels may not be available for certain colors.
Steel Wall and Roof Liner Panels
|For liner panels we offer a low-rib 29-gauge panel. Liner panels are an interior covering for the walls of a steel building. Like exterior walls, liner panel consists of 3-foot wide panels that are attached to the framing in the same manner as exterior sheeting. Full-height liners run from floor to roof. Partial-height liners typically attach to the girt at 7'4" and extend a few inches above it. Buildings with liner panels must have a base connection for the bottom of the panel (see base conditions).
|Building Without liner
|Building with partial-height liner
|Building with full-height liner
Liner Panels enhance appearance, providing a finished look for the interior. The biggest advantage is that liners protect the insulation and the outside walls. Because un-reinforced insulation facings tear easily, and even the best-reinforced materials can be damaged, liner panels are the intelligent solution to protect your investment. Although 26-gauge exterior walls can withstand a lot of punishment, a steel liner will protect your building's interior and performs at a lower cost than other wall coverings, which will require their own framing.