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!
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.
Whether you’re on the shores of the East or West coast, you may be wondering if metal roofing or siding is suitable in your region. After all, the coast presents a variety of challenges — high speed winds, salty air, extreme weather conditions, and more. We’re diving into how metal panels will work in coastal regions.
While the team at Bridger Steel never recommends getting on your metal roof and walking around, sometimes situations occur where it is necessary. Whether you need to remove a fallen tree branch or inspect the area around your chimney, there may come a point in time where you need to actually get on your roof. Here are some tips to help you safely walk on your metal roof (only when absolutely necessary).
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 the hottest home trends throughout the country right now is creating a barndominium out of metal panels. These modern living spaces are a great way to create a customized dream home with a bit more affordability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance compared to traditional builds.
With so many different metal panel profile options available, it might be tricky to really know which one is best for your home or building’s roof. From Corrugated to Standing Seam, there are tons of options out there for metal roofs. Let’s take a look at how to determine the best metal roofing panel for your project.
With so many options on the market, it can be tricky to determine which metal panel is best suited for your project. R panels are a popular choice for metal roofing and siding in both residential and commercial markets. However, there are quite a few different panels that are classified as R panels. We’re giving you an honest comparison of Purlin Bearing Rib (PBR) panels versus other R panels.
Upgrading and renovating your home can be fun and rewarding, no matter if you’re DIYing or hiring a contractor. However, a project’s costs can quickly add up. It can be helpful to create and stick to a budget when planning your renovations. Here’s a few tips and tricks you can use to budget for your home improvement projects.
Whether you’re using metal panels for roofing or siding, making sure they are fastened properly is crucial to their performance. Ensuring your panels are fastened right helps metal roofing and siding last as long as possible, keeps them weather-tight, and contributes to their overall effectiveness.
Metal panels have unbelievable strength and high-performing characteristics, but you may be curious as to how a metal roof or metal siding will perform in your specific environment. Whether you live in the rugged mountains or dry desert, we’re breaking down exactly how metal will perform in your climate.