Metal Roofing & Siding Trim
Used on top of the ridge line or hip of the roof. The Ridgecap sits on top of the rib to allow adequate space for ventilation when used with a ventilated closure strip.
Used in the valley created by two intersecting slopes. The Valley has a raised section at the low point to prevent water from travelling up the opposite slope. The Valley should be installed prior to any panels in the valley area.
Small Outside Corner
Used on the gable end or as the outside corner when panels are used as siding for a building. The Small Outside Corner has a built in drop enabling it to cover a 3/4" rib.
Used when transitioning from a higher slope to a lower slope. The Transition is installed under the upper slope panel and on top of the lower slope panel. The lower portion of the Transition rests on top of the lower panel ribs and should be installed with outer closures to ensure water tightness.
Used when a panel intersects a wall perpendicularly. The Endwall will install up the vertical wall and on top of the panel. The Endwall should be installed under any removable siding or attached and caulked to brick or stone. The lower portion of the Endwall rests on top of the lower panel ribs and should be installed with outer closures to ensure water tightness.
Used when panels run parallel to a vertical wall. The Sidewall will install up the vertical wall and on top of the panel. The upper portion of the Sidewall should be installed under any removable siding or attached and caulked to brick or stone. The Sidewall has a built in drop enabling it to cover a 3/4" rib.
Used at the lowest point of a roof slope. The Drip Edge is used to prevent water from full gutters from running back under the roofing material. The Drip Edge is installed under the panels.
Snow Guard Bar
Used near the lowest point of a roof slope. The Snow Guard is used to prevent ice and snow from sliding off metal roof panels. The Snow Guard catches snow and ice before reaching the gutters to allow a slow and even melt. Snow Guard is installed on top of the ribs above the outside wall of the structure.
Used to trim around doors, windows, skylights, and other square or rectangular penetrations in roofing or siding panels.
Used at the base of metal siding panels. The Base Guard installs underneath the panel and extends down onto the ground or concrete footer of the building effectively sealing it off.