Standing Seam and Concealed Fastener Wall Systems
Standing seam roof systems consist of a series of panels that are connected by raised seams (or vertical legs) above the flat surface. Rather than sitting flush against the roof deck, the seams rise between 1 to 3 inches above the surface and allow the panels to snap together or mechanically interlock without exposed, or visible, fasteners. In addition to providing a sleek, modern look, standing seam systems allow panels to expand and contract with changing temperatures, helping them to last longer and cause less wear and tear on the roof deck.
Concealed fastener wall panels are installed with clips and/or fasteners that are placed beneath the wall panels, so they are hidden from view.
138T & 238T
While standing seam roofing systems have been used for generations, 138T and 238T panels feature technological advances in roofing that set a new standard for standing seam performance. 138T and 238T systems are classified as symmetrical standing seam systems and offer many advantages including patented recover solutions featuring the industry's best method to recover existing metal or shingle roofs. 138T and 238T panels are mechanically seamed along with the seam caps.
Medallion I/Medallion II
Combining aesthetics and strength in one panel, McElroy Metal offers MSR, a concealed fastener wall panel. MSR's bold profile adds curb appeal to most any project while providing engineering and
If specifications call for a textured wall design without visible fasteners, the Wave Panels offer an excellent solution.
Wave Floating is installed horizontally utilizing hidden clips and fasteners for panel lengths greater than 40', resulting in a monolithic and aesthetically pleasing appearance.
The Marquee Family of products
Taking a single vendor approach to walls, roofing