A roof on your home is more than just curb appeal, a metal roof installed correctly will be leak proof and hold up to the elements in all climates.… Continue Reading
No matter how much planning you do, you can never rule out the risk of delays. The most common cause of delays in construction projects in the state is adverse weather.
How can adverse weather impact the construction timeline for a metal building?… Continue Reading
Those who are getting a new metal roof usually go for concealed fastener metal roofing options because they are worried about exposed fasteners looking unsightly. However, many aren’t aware that exposed fasteners are more cost-effective and easier to install.… Continue Reading
Building a shed is a great way to add storage to your home. A wooden shed can add appeal to your outdoor area in many ways; however, wood may not always be the best material for building your shed. That is why many homeowners find themselves opting for metal sheds instead.
Metal roofing gauges refer to material thickness, with the higher the number is, the thinner your metal roofing will be. For instance, 29-gauge metal roofs are around 0.36 millimeters thick while 26-gauge metal roofing systems are slightly thicker at 0.48 millimeters. However, those aren’t the only things you need to know about metal roof gauges.… Continue Reading