Considering To Re-Roof Your Commercial Building? Why Standing Metal Seam Roofing Is Increasing In Popularity

When you talk of metal roofing systems, there are countless options available in the market today for your commercial needs. One of these is standing seam roofing, also known as hidden fastener roofing. As the name suggests, this roofing design does not feature exposed screws, making it the most watertight roofing system. Here are other reasons seam roofing is gaining popularity in the commercial space: 

Your Roof Normally Expands and Contracts with A Lot Of  Ease

Thermal movement is when your roof expands and contracts quite freely. Generally, standing seam roofing is able to expand and contract more freely than most other roof options. This is because this type of roofing is designed to feature expansion clips or snap-lock systems rather than being double-pinned like many other roofing systems. As a result, the design helps to eliminate issues such as fasteners coming off.

They are Highly Durable

Standing seam commercial roofing is durable and doesn't require much attention compared to other commercial roofing options such as concrete tiles and asphalt shingles. This is partly because there is less need to check whether components are loose or worn out. Additionally, roofers paint your standing seam roofs with a Polyvinylidene Flouride coating, resulting in a long-lasting roof and an elegant appearance for your commercial building.

Recyclable and Lightweight 

If you are looking for an eco-friendly roof, commercial standing seam roofing is a viable option because metal is naturally recyclable. This roofing system is also lightweight, reducing the danger of foundational damage to your building caused when the roof is too heavy for the structure to bear. Nonetheless, seam roofing is strong and sturdy enough to shield you from all-weather elements without fail.

All Fasteners Are Hidden

Hidden fasteners in seam roofing help make your roof more watertight, keeping you and your employees well-shielded from leaks that may result from rain and snow. Such leaks would, in other circumstances, lead to water damage and, if not addressed, mold. Fortunately, this type of roofing also leaves no holes, which has the added benefit of facilitating better energy efficiency.

Hidden fasteners also help ensure that the roof can withstand strong winds, moisture, as well as UV rays, which may otherwise cause fasteners to wear down. 

Contact a commercial re-roofing systems company near you for installation and more information. They will be able to answer any questions you may have and provide clarification where you need it.