11
Mar

Aegis 70 The Structural Profile

The Structural Profile Mechanically zipped Standing seam roofing system. Applicable for Roof pitches down to 1.5°. Does not require a substrate or underlayment. Very strong and can withstand very high wind uplift pressures with larger purlins span. The seam design, along with the factory applied sealant, also allows the panel system to prevent air and water infiltration even when subjected …

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3
Jan

An Architect’s Guide To: Standing Seam Roofs

Designing high-performance roofs with standing seam. Metal roofs have been used throughout history to stand the test of time. From the Romans who used copper as a roof covering for the Pantheon to alloyed metal roofs in European medieval architecture, these metallic structures are characterized by high resistance, impermeability and longevity. Modern standing seam roofs as we know them were …

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19
Dec
5 Safety Tips For Working At Heights

Working At Heights? Safety Tips To Adhere By

Working safely at heights takes preparation, education, and determination. Safety focus while working at heights, like roofs is of utmost importance. It takes one mistake to cause a very unfortunate accident. You must be prepared to protect your employees each and every time they could be exposed. Here are some tips to consider if your employees work at heights: 1. …

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15
Dec
Standing Seam Vs Conventional Roofs

ARCO Standing Seam VS Conventional Roofs

Conventional Roofs Lifespan Corrugated metal roofs are installed with fasteners that are exposed to the elements. the screws will eventually back out and the holes in the panels will enlarge and it will leak, All corrugated metal roofs need to have the fasteners inspected and tightened at least once a year . Standing seam metal roofs do not require this …

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