Roof Deck

Type B Metal Decking for Roofing


Steel Decking for Roofing

Our Roof Deck panels, also known as metal decking, steel decking, B Deck, or Corrugated Steel Deck, offer durability and reliability for your roofing projects. Let's explore what sets our Roof Deck panels apart and how they can benefit your projects.

Roof Deck B Deck Panel
Type B Roof Decking

What is Roof Deck?

Roof Deck, also referred to as metal decking or steel decking, is a corrugated panel specifically designed for roofing applications. It features a corrugated design with a 1.5″ rib height and comes in a standard 36″ width panel. It’s important to note that Roof Deck panels are intended for use as roof decking only and are not suitable for floor decking applications.

Key Features of Our Roof Decking Panels:

  1. Corrugated Design: The corrugated profile of our Roof Deck panels provides strength and rigidity, making them ideal for supporting roofing materials and withstanding heavy loads.

  2. 1.5″ Rib Height: With a rib height of 1.5 inches, our Roof Deck panels offer enhanced structural integrity and stability, ensuring reliable performance in various roofing applications.

  3. 36″ Wide Panel: The standard 36″ width panel ensures efficient installation and coverage, reducing the need for additional seams and improving overall aesthetics.

Why Choose Quality Metals

  1. Stocked at All Locations: Our Roof Deck panels are stocked at all our locations, ensuring prompt availability for pickup or delivery to your job site.

  2. Ready for Installation: With our Roof Deck panels, you can start your roofing projects right away, as they are ready for installation upon receipt.

  3. Durable and Reliable: Built to withstand the elements, our Roof Deck panels offer long-lasting durability and reliability, providing peace of mind for your roofing projects.

  4. Cost-Effective Solution: Our Roof Deck panels offer excellent value for your investment, providing a cost-effective roofing solution without compromising on quality or performance.

Additional Information

  • Roof Deck vs. Floor Deck: It’s important to understand the difference between Roof Deck panels and Floor Deck panels. While Roof Deck panels are designed for roofing applications, Floor Deck panels are specifically engineered for use in flooring systems.

  • Installation Tips: Proper installation is key to ensuring the performance and longevity of Roof Deck panels. Be sure to follow manufacturer guidelines and best practices for installation to achieve optimal results.

  • Maintenance: While Roof Deck panels are known for their durability, regular maintenance is still recommended to prolong their lifespan and prevent issues such as corrosion or damage.

For more information on our Roof Deck panels or to place an order, contact us today. Our knowledgeable team is here to assist you and provide the roofing solutions you need for your projects.

Panel Features

Panel Features Include:

  • 20 gauge steel (standard)
  • 22 gauge steel (optional)
  • 18 gauge steel (optional)
  • Substrate Materials:
    • Galvalume (standard)
    • Galvanized (optional)
  • Rib Spacing: 6″
  • Rib Height(s): 1.5”

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Panel Details

Panel Profiles

1.5″ Type B Roofing Decking

roof decking profile

B Deck is suitable for use on the following environments:

  • Extreme High Temperatures
  • Low Temperatures (Freeze/Thaw)
  • High Wind Environments
  • Hail Prone Regions
  • Fire Prone Regions

B Deck is suitable for use on the following building locations:

  • Roof Decking
  • Siding 
  • Ceiling
  • Soffit
  • 36” Finished Coverage
  • Standard Thickness: 22 gauge steel
  • Optional Thickness: 20 gauge steel*
  • Optional Thickness: 18 gauge steel*

*Longer lead times may apply

  • Exposed Fastener System
  • Standard length: 20′
  • For alternative lengths, please contact team member
  • 1.5″ Rib Height
  • Bare Galvalume – 25 year

Panel Documentation

Installation Guide

Specification Guide

Load Tables

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