Roof Style

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Regular Roof Styles

Regular roof style carport

The Regular Roof style is the most economical offering and is identified by the curved roof edges; it is the right value for money being robust and yet the most inexpensive roof style.
Value
Series

Value series carport

Good

  • Galvanizes Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Deep End Roof Trim
  • Eave Side Trim
  • Deep Eave Side Trim
  • A-Frame Style
  • Additional Steel Perlines for Roof Panel Support
  • Ridge Cap
  • Longer Lasating Vertically Oriented Roof Panels
  • Horizontally Oriented Roof Panels

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Boxed Eave Roof Styles

Boxed eave roof style

The A-frame roof-style is better is often deemed as our signature series and is also known as the Boxed Eave Roof Style. With galvanized frame, deep end roof trim, and an eave side trim, the A frame roof systems are very popular among our customers.
Signature
Series

Signature series carport

Better

  • Galvanizes Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Deep End Roof Trim
  • Eave Side Trim
  • Deep Eave Side Trim
  • A-Frame Style
  • Additional Steel Perlines for Roof Panel Support
  • Ridge Cap
  • Longer Lasating Vertically Oriented Roof Panels
  • Horizontally Oriented Roof Panels

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Vertical Roof Styles

Vertical roof style carport

The best roof type is the Vertical Roof System which is considered as the Top of the Line series. With additional steel purlins for roof panel support and ridge cap, vertical roof style is the best of what we offer. The roof panels are vertical which prevent water and snow from “standing” on the roof and hence the name – Vertical Style Roof.
Top Of The Line
Series

Top of the line series carport

Best

  • Galvanizes Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Deep End Roof Trim
  • Eave Side Trim
  • Deep Eave Side Trim
  • A-Frame Style
  • Additional Steel Perlines for Roof Panel Support
  • Ridge Cap
  • Longer Lasating Vertically Oriented Roof Panels
  • Horizontally Oriented Roof Panels

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*Roof panels that are oriented horizontally, while more cost effective than vertically oriented panels, they tend to hold water, snow,ice,leaves and other debris on the roof because the corrugated ridges are running end to end. Vertical panels always last longer because the shed the water,snow, and debris quickly and easily. Units longer than 36’should utilize the vertical roof.

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