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.
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!
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.
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 siding is a durable, long-lasting, and stylish siding material. With all the different panel profiles available, choosing the one that’s right for your home, environment, and style can be tricky. From modern Flat panels to classic Corrugated panels, there are a lot of different options to consider. There are multiple factors that come into play when choosing the right metal siding panels for your home or building.
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!
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!
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 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.
Metal siding is a great choice for both residential and commercial builds because of its durability, longevity, and high-performing characteristics. Although metal siding has tons of great qualities, nothing is perfect. Issues can occur and sometimes, they’re out of our control. We’re giving you the top three problems with metal siding, and the solutions to them.