Posted: Mar 15, 2016

Metal Roofing Underlayment: Material Types, Application And Attachment Requirements

By Ken Buchinger

The International Residential Code (IRC) is commonly considered to be a prescriptive code, which means there are many requirements included that provide specific directions. Prescriptive-based code language provides a simpler method of enforcement for inspectors. And shouldn’t that be the case for one- and two-family dwellings, where well built and affordable is the goal?

Posted: Sep 15, 2015

The Right Team Holds Your Standing Seam Roof System Together - Part 2

By Ken Buchinger

In my previous post, I talked about the important process of selecting the right materials and appurtenances for your standing seam roof system and how they should be used together for the best result. There are three more parts of the standing seam roof system that, if used, must be carefully specified - pipe penetrations, crickets and snow retention devices.

Posted: Aug 11, 2015

The Right Team Holds Your Standing Seam Roof System Together - Part 1

By Ken Buchinger

Since metal roofs are being used in increasingly more complicated designs, the roof panels and related accessories that attach the roof to the substructure are a part of the total roof system. The added roof curbs, pipe penetrations, crickets, snow retention devices and lightning protection equipment all become part of the standing seam roof system. And it really matters how each of these items attach to the roof.

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