With the winter season and colder weather approaching, it’s important to know how to prevent ice damming on your roof. Homeowners that live in areas that experience below freezing temperatures and frequent snowfall in the winter season should be familiar with ice dams, the damage they can cause, and how to prevent them. We’re giving you the solutions and information on how to prevent ice damming on your home’s roof.
Metal roofing and siding is an extremely durable solution for home and building owners. However, life happens. Scratches, nicks, and other imperfections can occur from a variety of different events. From tree branches falling to accidental chips from stones on the street, there can be a lot of reasons why your metal panels need a bit of a touch up. We’re sharing how to touch up paint on your metal panels.
Environments that experience frequent high-speed winds need a high-performing roofing solution that’s going to last. While it is impossible to call any roofing material 100% wind-resistant, a metal roof that’s been properly designed offers an incredibly durable and capable solution. Here’s everything you need to know about metal roofing handling high-wind areas.
Farmhouse style has swept the nation and become one of the most popular aesthetics for residential homes. The mix of light, neutral colors paired with bold accents makes it a stunning home design that can easily be achieved on both the interior and exterior of your house, especially when you use metal panels. We’re showing you how metal panels can be used to help you accomplish farmhouse style.
Metal roofs continue to remain an extremely popular roofing solution for residential, commercial, and agricultural buildings. Not only are they durable, stylish, and low maintenance, they’re also extremely long-lasting. Metal roofs have an impressive lifespan, and last much longer compared to other roofing materials. One of the most commonly asked questions about metal roofs is “how long will they last?” We’re giving you all the information about a metal roofing system’s lifespan.
When you’re deciding on a metal roof for your new home or re-roofing project, knowing your roof slope is important. Roof slope helps you determine what type of metal panel may be best for your home, as well affects how the system will be installed. It also matters in terms of a home or building’s integrity and safety.
A great way to add dimension, texture, and a little bit of flair to the exterior of your home or building is by adding metal accent roofing. Adding a metal accent can help transform the exterior of your home, and up its curb appeal. Here are a few different places you can utilize metal accent roofing to create a stunning exterior with some inspiring examples!
We’re excited to announce that we’ve added five new colors to our metal panel finish options! However, these aren’t just your average colors. Thoughtfully designed and carefully selected, Glacier, Teton, Denali, Snowbird, and Big Sky are all a part of the same color family (something we’ll explain in more depth), and were designed to harmoniously work together and complement each other. This results in making color matching, coordinating, and even just simply selecting a finish for your next project a breeze.
With tons of different panel profiles available to choose from, it can sometimes be tricky to know which one is best for your project. There are quite a few factors that affect which panel will work best. However, some metal panel profiles are more popular than others. If you’ve ever been curious about Bridger Steel’s most popular and best-selling panel profiles, we’re here to share them with you and tell you why they hold their spot!
Metal roofs are a great investment for a property. They can help you save money on your heating and cooling costs because of their energy efficiency, they have an extremely impressive lifespan, and, of course, are unbelievably durable against even some of the toughest environments. However, some homeowners want to know — does all this mean that a metal roof will raise property value? Let’s find out.
With so many different colors and finishes available for metal roofing, siding, and accent panels, it can be difficult to choose the right color for your project. Whether you’re aiming for modern, industrial, rustic, contemporary, or another type of style, the color you choose plays a huge part in helping you achieve your desired aesthetic. Here’s how to choose the right color metal panels for your next project.
When you’re considering purchasing metal panels for roofing, siding, fencing, accent, or interior projects, you will hear the term “gauge” used quite frequently. Gauge refers to the standard measure of thickness of steel and steel panels. A lot of factors determine which thickness you need. Here’s everything you need to know about gauge when it comes to metal panels.