Exposed Fastener Panels

Durable Roofing & Siding Exposed Fastening Panel Systems

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Exposed fastener panel systems represent a versatile and cost-effective solution for roofing and siding needs in both residential and commercial construction projects.


Why Choose an Exposed Fastener Panel?

  1. Ease of Installation: With their straightforward installation process, exposed fastener panels save time and labor costs, making them an ideal choice for projects with tight timelines and budgets.
  2. Cost-Effectiveness: Exposed fastener panel systems are often more affordable compared to concealed fastener systems, offering a budget-friendly option without compromising on quality or performance.
  3. Durability and Weather Resistance: Despite their simplicity, exposed fastener panels are known for their durability and weather resistance, providing reliable protection against the elements for years to come.
  4. Versatility in Application: Whether used for roofing or siding, exposed fastener panels offer versatility in application, making them suitable for a wide range of residential, commercial, and agricultural projects.


7/8″ Corrugated

7/8″ Corrugated is among the first panel designs to ever be made using a roll-forming technique.  It is still widely used to this day because of it’s ability to perform exceptionally well in weather conditions while looking visually appealing on a range of architectural designs.

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PBR Panels

PBR, or Purlin Bearing Rib is a box rib panel system that works well as roofing and siding.  Commonly used in pre-engineered building due to its structural properties and longevity, this panel is perfect for light commercial, agricultural, and residential projects.

R Panel

Similar to PBR, R panel is a well-proven multi-purpose panel system that works well with roofing, siding, ceiling, and as an interior liner panel.

PBU Panel

PBU is a commonly installed roofing and siding panel system.  Designed for a wide range of project types, this panel is easy to install, durable, and visually appealing.

U Panel

U Panel performs well as a roofing and siding panel.  Also very popular as an interior lining panel.  This panel is used often as part of a dividing wall inside commercial storage facilities.

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Ag Panel

A popular panel for roofing and siding projects due to its ease of installation, the Ag panel has had many names throughout the country, also known as Tuff Rib in western regions.  This panel is the perfect blend of performance and affordability.

5v Crimp

A traditionally popular panel throughout the south, 5v Crimp was among the first designs of all roofing panels.  Easy to install, durable, and with plenty of color options, this panel is used on residential and light commercial projects with appealing results.