Metal roofing has gained popularity in recent years as a durable, energy-efficient, and visually appealing option for residential and commercial buildings. Standing seam and screw-down metal roofing are two of the most popular types of metal roofing available in the market currently. They have their own unique features and benefits, as well as some drawbacks. Here’s what you need to know about the differences between standing seam and screw-down metal roofing before you make your roofing decisions.
Standing seam metal roofing is a popular option for many commercial and residential buildings. It is made of long, continuous panels with vertical seams that are connected by interlocking panels. The panels are attached to the roof deck with clips or fasteners, which are hidden by the vertical seams.
Screw-down metal roofing is a more traditional and affordable option for many residential and commercial buildings. It is made of individual panels that are screwed to the roof deck with exposed fasteners.
Ultimately, the choice between standing seam and screw-down metal roofing will depend on the specific needs and preferences of the building owner. No matter the decision, Centennial Roofing is able to help meet and exceed your roofing needs.