Metal roofing panels are one of the most durable and long-lasting building materials available on the market today. When all the components of the roof are installed correctly and routine visual inspections are completed, these roofing systems can last for decades to come. However, if your panels are improperly installed, weathertightness issues may be a concern. Let’s explore common weathertight issues and their solutions.
Spring is right around the corner and that means it’s time to start thinking about preparing your home’s exterior for the new season. Springtime brings warmer days, longer evenings, and frequent rain showers in some areas. We’re giving you five tips and tricks on how to prepare your home’s exterior for the upcoming change of season.
Living in the southwestern region of the US presents its own set of challenges for homeowners. With drastic changes in temperatures in a single day to periods of prolonged sun exposure, you want to choose a roof that’s going to perform well and last a long time against this type of challenging climate. We’re exploring roofing solutions for warm climates, desert regions, and areas that frequently experience hot sunny days.
Metal siding is one of the lowest maintenance siding materials available on the market today. Its low maintenance qualities are one of its biggest benefits — requiring less time and less money in upkeep than vinyl, wood, and other materials. However, there are a few ways you can help your metal siding stay looking new. Here’s some metal siding maintenance tips to follow!
Green, sustainable building has become a priority for many homeowners, contractors, and architects over the years. Its biggest goal is to reduce the impact on the environment in relation to building. Green building is focused on using sustainable, environmentally responsible, and resource-efficient practices throughout all the different stages of building. From residential homes to corporate facilities, we’re exploring this concept and why it’s important.
Siding is an important part of your home’s exterior. It helps up your curb appeal while still providing protection for the structure beneath it. Two of the most popular material options for siding are metal and vinyl. Both have their own unique set of advantages and disadvantages. We’re exploring these two types of siding materials so you can choose which is best for your home’s exterior with an honest comparison.
Metal roofs are a great way to upgrade your home’s exterior while providing your structure with a long-lasting, extremely durable roofing solution. There are tons of different metal roofing options out there — from classic Corrugated panels to more modern Standing Seam profiles. All the options have their own unique advantages and styles. We’re exploring all the most popular types of residential metal roofs Bridger Steel offers.
Designing a seamless roof-to-wall transition with metal panels allows you to create a stunning and unique waterfall effect. This design element is extremely popular in modern style homes and buildings and is quickly becoming utilized across many different markets because of the continuous, uninterrupted lines it creates. We’re exploring how this style can be achieved using metal panels.
Siding is a crucial component to protecting your home’s exterior. From the tops of your exterior walls all the way down to the foundation, your home’s siding needs to stand the tests of tough weather and time. When your siding starts to become damaged or too weathered to do its job, how do you know when it’s time to fully replace it? We’re providing you with four ways to tell its time to get new siding.
Metal panels aren’t just for roofing and siding – they make a stunning statement on the inside of homes and buildings, too! Whether you want to create depth and texture in a living room or add extra durability to the inside of a garage, interior metal panels are designed to look beautiful and protect your walls for years and years to come. We’re giving you all the information you need to know on how to choose a metal panel that’s best for your interior project.
The winter season is in full swing in many parts of the country. Whether you live near the Rockies or up in the northeast, heavy amounts of snow can pose a threat to your home’s roof. However, there are many metal roofing options equipped to handle the weight of snow and direct the moisture away from your structure. Bridger Steel has a variety of heavy snow load metal roofing options.
Bridger Steel’s website is full of tons of information for both homeowners and contractors about metal roofing, metal siding, and other resources. Whether you’re looking for design inspiration, specific panel information, or just want to browse the variety of different products we offer, we’ve put together a complete guide so you can best use our website for your project’s needs.