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Versatile Roofing Solutions with Hi-Rib Panels
in Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois

Metal roofing panels created with your convenience in mind. 

Ideal for low-profile roofs, Hi-Rib roofing has all your projects covered. From residential, commercial,  and agricultural roofing applications, Hi-Rib metal roofing is manufactured with you in mind. Like a 26 gauge product with 36” coverage and a 39” formed width, it can be installed in a horizontal or vertical orientation. Hi-Rib is an exposed fastened product that uses fewer fasteners, allowing for quick installation and added affordability. Available in a wide range of attractive Sherwin-Williams colors.

SPECS:

Coverage: Available in a 1-1/4” rib height with a 36” coverage and 39” formed width (intermediate ribs for added strength). Can be installed horizontally or vertically.

Slope: Minimum recommended slope is 1/2:12.

Length: Minimum cut length is 3’-0.” Maximum is 53’-0.”  Longer panels need special consideration for erection, packaging, and shipping.

Fasteners: Exposed fastened.

NOTE: All panels are subject to surface distortion when fasteners are improperly applied. Fasteners that are over-driven will cause stress across the face of the panel at or near the point of fastening. *Contact your representative for assistance in choosing the proper fastener for your project.

Gauge: Available in 26 gauge in Galvalume, Sherwin-Williams colors, and Kynar finishes.

Substructure: Designed for use over a solid substrate (Painted Galvalume and Mill Finished Galvalume Plus substrate) or open structural framing.  Uniform and properly aligned substructures are necessary to avoid panel distortion.

Warranties: 40-year Sherwin-Williams limited warranty, 25-year Galvalume warranty.

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