Most metal panels are able to be installed either horizontally or vertically in wall or siding applications. Metal’s flexibility with different styles of installation is one of its biggest benefits after all! Installing panels vertically can create long clean lines that are both visually appealing and create modern styles. Here’s some vertically installed metal panel project inspiration.
Most metal wall and siding panels have the option to be installed either horizontally or vertically. You can create some truly unique and stunning looks with metal panels by using them horizontally. Metal panel’s flexibility and adaptability to fit into your style and design needs makes a great choice for all types of projects. Check out some of our favorite horizontally installed metal panel projects and get inspired!
Beauty meets simplicity in the increasingly popular industrial style aesthetic. Raw materials, contrasting colors, and inspiration drawn from factories, warehouses, and industrial spaces create this stunning home style that can be achieved on both the inside and outside of residential spaces. We’re showing you how metal panels can be used to easily create industrial styles.
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.
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.
While metal panels look stunning and make a statement on their own, many homeowners, contractors, and architects love to combine them with other building materials to create unique styles that complement one another. From beautiful masonry work to accent wood, there are tons of ways to create one-of-a-kind styles by combining metal panels with other building materials.
One of our favorite times of year is when we release our annual design guide. It’s full of inspiring ways to utilize metal panels featuring Bridger Steel’s latest and trendiest styles and colors. We compiled the 2021 Design Guide with intention — choosing colors, styles, textures, and finishes that work together seamlessly. The goal of this year’s guide is to provide homeowners with color combinations that help them realistically envision projects that incorporate metal panels.
Bridger Steel uses two main types of paint systems: Premium Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) and Silicone Modified Polyester (SMP). What does any of that actually mean? We’re breaking down what the difference is between our paint systems, and giving you all the information you actually need before deciding on one over the other.
Using metal panels is a great way to add texture and depth into your home, whether they’re used on the inside or outside. If you love the look of metal and want to bring it to your home, but maybe don’t want to fully commit to a roof or siding, or maybe you're not in need of a roofing or siding replacement, there are still plenty of ways to incorporate a bit of metal here and there!
Curved metal panels offer an unbelievably unique approach to roofing solutions. Whether for commercial buildings or residential homes, radiused metal roofs create a distinct look. The panel’s flexibility and adaptability allow designers, architects, and homeowners to get creative when it comes to roofing.
The timeless board and batten look has been a popular trend for the exteriors of homes and other buildings for decades. While you used to only be able to achieve this look with wood, today, you can easily get the board and batten style with the strength and longevity of steel. Board and batten metal panels will change the way you look at this classic siding.
A well-designed modern home looks clean and almost minimalist in its finished form. This clean simplicity can sometimes hide the hours of intensive thought that went into each line, curve, and surface. Designers have to balance aesthetics, performance, longevity, and often most importantly, the surrounding landscape. New technologies have improved metal siding panel systems, allowing designers more flexibility in their designs, knowing that the performance and longevity of the product is up to their standards.