Master Craftsmanship in Metal

Explore our Popular Categories to find the essentials for your architectural metal needs. Discover the aesthetic and functional benefits of our Metal Wall Panels, alongside Custom Fabrications that bring your unique visions to life. Enhance building exteriors with high-quality Siding and Cladding, and ensure perfect finishes with our Doors and Windows Metal Flashing. Each category is tailored to meet the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship.

Metals Max Gauge
Copper20 oz.
Lead coated copper18 GA.
Zinc18 GA.
Anodized Aluminum18 GA.
Stainless Steel18 GA.
Galvanized Steel18 GA.
Galvanized Galvalume18 GA.


This high-end material is highly resistant to corrosion and easily formed into panels that commonly endure decades and more of environmental exposure. Unfinished, copper will oxidize to the familiar green patina that protects the underlying metal. Copper is used in roofing systems, flashings and copings, rain gutters and downspouts, domes, spires, vaults, and various other architectural design elements.

Lead Coated Copper

Lead coated copper has been used for over a century in architectural building products, and is still available. It is made from sheets of copper which are dipped into molten lead. This process completely coats both sides of the copper giving it a silver gray finish. Despite its great appearance and longevity, lead coated copper is rarely used because of the environmental impact.


Zinc metals is similar to copper in durability and also similar to copper in installation procedures. But unlike copper, zinc weathers to a bluish-white color rather than green. Zinc metals are very malleable and can be formed into intricate patterns for metal shingles and all metal roofing applications.

Anodized Aluminum

Aluminum that is anodized or painted is highly resistant to corrosion, making it well-suited to harsh environments. Aluminum is light weight and reflects heat thereby reduce cooling costs. Aluminum roofing is softer than steel or copper, has a lower melting point and a higher coefficient of expansion so systems must be designed to accommodate the movement of long aluminum panels.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is generally a rust-resistant material but it’s corrosion resistance to salt depends on the stainless steel alloy or grade. Stainless steel is harder than aluminum so panels are more resistant to impact damage and has less thermal expansion/contraction movement than either aluminum or copper. However stainless steel roofing durability depends on installation and ventilation details.

Galvanized Steel

Galvanized steel is steel bonded to a layer of zinc, coating the surface and protecting cut edges and nicks by flowing to these areas with the heavier the zinc coating, the longer the protection. Galvanized steel is an ideal roofing material because of its strength, extraordinary outdoor corrosion resistance and longevity.

Galvanized Galvalume

Galvalume steel is coated with either Zinc or Zinc/Aluminum to provide excellent corrosion resistance. Galvalume steel roofing is strong and therefore gives higher wind uplift resistance and a broader range of application than other roofing materials. The underlying steel is coated with a zinc aluminum alloy that combines the long-lasting protection of aluminum with the self-healing properties of zinc enhancing the strength benefits of the steel.

Kynar: Standard and Premium

Kynar 500® PVDF resin protect commercial, industrial, and residential buildings around the world. Kynar 500® is a special grade of PVDF resin used by licensed industrial paint manufacturers as the base resin in long-life coatings for aluminum, galvanized steel, and aluminized steel. Applications include metal roofing and siding, window and door frames, curtain wall and other miscellaneous metal trim and components.


Vintage metals are available in many premium finishes, gauges and colors to meet architectural and aesthetic requirements. These materials are new steel products with an aged finish giving the application a beautiful color and texture with all the performance and longevity expected in a new installation.