Category Archives: Metal Roofing

Metal Roofing

Custom All Steel Pole Barn, Pipe Creek, Texas

Custom All Steel Pole Barn, Pipe Creek, Texas This pole barn was built for the same customer as the all metal pavilion seen here. It measures 30'x20'x9' and was framed with 3"x3" 14 g. square tubing. An 8" purlin was used for the center beam, and 6" purlin was used for the rafters. Each post was set into dug out rock 24 inches and sealed in concrete. This ensures that the structure will stand firm in most storms and inclimate weather. Three sides of the pole barn were enclosed, and along with the roof were covered in 26 gauge galvalume R-panels.

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2300 Sq Ft All Steel Addition to Existing Home Indoor Swimming Pool Awning Carport San Antonio

2300 Sq Ft All Steel Addition to Existing Home Indoor Swimming Pool Awning Carport San Antonio This multi-step job was the design of the home owner and the owner of our company. Together, they came up with a design to add on to the already existing metal home. To begin with, an underground pool was installed next to the existing home. From there, we built on to the existing home and around the new pool, a 1400 sq foot room. The entire structure, frame and all, was done with solid steel. We also added air conditioning ducts and all electrical. Inside the new pool room we included a small utility room to house the pool pump and supplies.

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Mobile Home Metal Roof Awning Carport La Vernia

Mobile Home Metal Roof Awning Carport La Vernia was a multistep process. Totaling 102 feet from tip to tip, the metal roof and carport combination is meant to protect for years to come. This 72′ foot mobile home needed a new roof, and instead of the traditional method, we were able to apply a metal roof system without compromising the home itself. The use of a floating truss system kept the metal panels off of the top of the roof of the home, and had it sit just above it, insulating between the new roof and the old roof. This not only minimized any outside noise, but also cooled the house more in the summer and warmer in the winter!

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