Metal Roofing | Standing Seam vs 5V Crimp | Mark Kaufman

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Metal Roof Types Standing Seam Vs. 5v crimp Metal Roofing in North Port & Sarasota

5V Crimp Metal Roofing

When it comes to metal roofing, homeowners and business owners alike have options to choose from. One of those basic metal roofing types is 5V Crimp. This may seem identical to all the other metal roofing types to the average passerby. However, they differ in the benefits that they have to offer. What are the differences between standing seam and 5v crimp metal roofing? The table below highlights the features of both types of metal roofing.

When it comes to roofing people don’t always take in appearances, but here at Mark Kaufman, we do. Our 5v Crimp metal roofs come in a variety of colors that you can choose from depending on what you think fits best with your home. Color not your thing? That’s okay too. Our 5v Crimp also comes in plain steel. Our classic 5v crimp consists of 5 raised ridges, running lengthwise across the panel.

To make sure your roof is sturdy enough to withstand anything that is thrown at it, our 5v Crimp consists of double overlapping ribs that are about ½” high. There are 5 of these ribs that provide strength and rigidity to the panel.

This option is lightweight and is perfect for a residential home or even light commercial use depending on the building.

Installment is a piece of cake for us here at Mark Kaufman Roofing. We attach directly to the roof with screws and a neoprene washer under the head.  Over time these washers will shrink which allows water to get through the hundreds of holes in the metal sheets to prevent water build-up which could become a problem in the future.

For more information about 5V Crimp, Contact Mark Kaufman Roofing Today!