Metal Roofing Accessories
Increasing your curb appeal while protecting your roof has never been easier. Add a touch of metal trim to frame your walls, windows, doors and any other elements you want to embellish.
Weatherproof your home and live every day with a peace of mind. Flashing is intended to help decrease water penetration, improve your buildings durability and prevent interior mold issues.
Give your home the finishing touch by adding caps. Not only will this finish the edges of your metal roof but it will also add protection to prevent any gaps or spaces.
Ceram-A-Star 1050 Frost Color Options
We offer a large browse of colors to help make your decision easier. We have made every effort to ensure that the colors in this application are as accurate as possible. However, we recommend that you make your final color decision using an exact color chip.
G-Rib & R-Panel
Meet UL Specifications:
Uplift Resistance (UL 580)
Impact Resistance (UL2218)
Fire Exposure (UL 790)
Uplift Resistance: Standard UL 580 provides testing in regards to the amount of uplift
resistance a roof decking panel can withstand while it is properly attached to a roofing structure. Roof decking that passes the testing criteria will be listed as either “Class 15”, “Class 30”, “Class 60” or “Class 90”. A “Class 15” rating represents nominal, static uplift-pressure resistance of 15 lbs per square foot while a “Class 90” rating represents nominal, uplift-pressure resistance of 90 lbs per square foot. The classified metal roof deck panels manufactured (roll formed) by Graber Post Buildings, Inc. are all classified as “Class 90”.
Impact Resistance: Standard UL 2218 provides testing in regards to impact resistance by performing tests that simulate impact similar to impact a roof decking panel might experience during the course of a hail storm or other impact. All metal roof decking material that is classified as to impact resistance will be rated as “Class 1 “, “Class 2”, “Class 3” or “Class 4”. This test involves dropping steel balls of various weights from different heights. These balls are also dropped in areas that might be considered the most vulnerable to impact damage such as corners and edges. In order to obtain a “Class 1” rating a material must be able to show damage resistance to one and one-quarter inch steel ball dropped from twelve feet. A “Class 4” classification can be attained if the material shows resistance to a two inch ball dropped from twenty feet. The classified metal roof deck panels manufactured (roll formed) by Graber Post Buildings, Inc. are all classified as “Class 4”.
External Fire Exposure: Standard UL 790 provides testing in regards to the ability of roof decking to withstand external fire. In order to be classified material must show resistance to fire, resistance to slipping, and resistance to producing fire ambers. The classified metal roof deck panels manufactured (roll formed) by Graber Post Buildings, Inc. are all classified as to external fire exposure.