As one of the most energy-efficient forms of roofing, standing seam metal roofing has been growing in popularity as of late. Whether for your home or commercial property, standing seam metal roofing is one of the most resistant to impact, be it from weather or any other form of damage. This makes it a perfect choice for your property, and your Allen TX roofing contractors at Paradigm Roofing can install and service this type of roofing in a timely and efficient manner. But the truth remains that not everyone understands just what exactly standing seam metal roofing consists of. A recent article from the National Roofing Contractors Association sheds some light on the issue.
There are many categories of metal panels. The term standing seam often is used as a generic description for a class of metal roof seams. The namestanding seam is derived from the fact that the seams are joined together above the panel flats. The term also is used to refer to a panel profile that includes a standing seam: the vertical leg/flat pan and the trapezoidal seam. The trapezoidal standing seam is more commonly associated with structural metal panels. Other panel types are batten, flat, bermuda and shingled.
The original batten seam consisted of vertical leg panels placed between wood batten strips and covered with a cap. Today, many batten seam panels are constructed entirely of metal. Because they are designed to shed water, batten seam panels primarily are used in architectural applications.
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