Commercial metal applications can place a high level of demand on a product. Proper testing, structural stability and the ability to custom fabricate unique designs help Bridger Steel satisfy our builders and architects with our commercial siding panels, commercial roofing panels or interior metal panels.
The commercial marketplace is filled with metal panels that can help builders and architects source the right material for their projects. Designing with commercial metal often includes a number of requirements.
Structural commercial metal siding panels or roofing panels like the 6025 offer a modern design alongside unmatched stability. Mechanical Lock offers the same structural stability as a standing seam metal panel. Often, unique features like radius panels come into use as commercial metal siding panels or roofing metals.
Standing seam metal panels often find themselves used in commercial metal applications. The long, appealing lines of a standing seam commercial siding panel or roofing panel can improve the sight lines of a building.
Standing seam products are also a top choice for commercial building projects because of the beneficial use of concealed fasteners or clip systems. With concealed fasteners, the lines feel less interrupted and more uniform. These factors create a seamless, flawless look on any commercial build, whether they're used as commercial siding panels or commercial roofing panels. Standing seam metal panels are strong, high-performing and provide an unmatched aesthetic to any building.
A popular option in commercial metal applications is the use of flat wall panels. Bridger Steel makes all gauges and colors available for custom fabrication of flat wall panels to fit the needs of our builders and architect's commercial projects.
Flat wall panels work well as natural finishes like our Truten™ A606 or weathering steel finish. As the building ages, weather like rain and snow occur while other time-related events take place, the metal undergoes changes alongside. This appealing feature gives the building an ever-changing visual appearance. This feature, if planned correctly, can add to the long-term appeal of a commercial build no matter if the panels are used as commercial siding panels or commercial roofing panels.