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We have a panel for everything! Whether you want a basic, rock bottom priced bargain panel for shade and shelter, or a premium painted panel that you can install on your home or garage; WE HAVE IT ALL!
All stock panels are 36” coverage, 9” on center ribs
40 Year Warranty Painted in White, Ivy, Red, and Brown (8-16’ even lengths)
ABC Econo 20 Panels
Available in White and Ivy (10’ and 12’ Lengths). This product has a 20 Year Warranty and will provide consistent color from order to order.
No Warranty in White and Ivy in various lengths. No color consistency on this product.
We can get the right panel for the right price! With a large dealer network we have access to the least expensive commodity panel to the most premium quality panels. Please refer to our FAQ and Resources tabs to become educated on warranty differences. We sell clarity, not confusion!
Many products are available in 6” on center ribs for round roof barn application
Everlast is a constant innovator in the metal roofing industry and they have an extensive lineup of panels to meet your needs. With premium quality and twice weekly delivery you get the best product and service!
ABC Metal Roofing Products
We order in multiple grades of metal roofing from ABC
Weekly delivery of EBM products
We also have access to Fabral, Metal Sales, and AB Martin Panels as well
Note: ALL final color selection should be done in person as computer resolution does not provide accurate representation of colors
Other Panel, Warranty, and Accessory Information
Q. Aren’t All 40 Year Warranty Panels Basically the Same?
A. NO! There are several factors that indicate the quality of a panel
Bottom Line: You get what your pay for! We have ALL panels for ALL price levels. If you want the lowest cost interior liner or shade and shelter panel, WE STOCK IT! If you want a price point 40 Year Paint Only Warranty Panel, we can get it fast! If you want a good quality, long lasting 29 ga., 40 Year product that you can install on your house or barn, WE STOCK IT! And of course, we can order in many other styles and finishes, including the industry dominator: Everlast Omni.
Q. Will I pay more for an order cut to the inch?
A. No, you only pay for what you order as long as it’s ordered in from our supplier. We can shear stock panels, but you pay for the stock length that it’s sheared from plus a minimal shearing fee.
Q. How long does it take to get my order?
A. Because we have so many suppliers you don’t have to wait long! Everlast offers twice weekly delivery to our yard. EBM and ABC offer once weekly delivery. This means that you can place an order and often have it in just a few days! Other suppliers typically have a slightly more extended lead time.
Q. What’s the longest steel I can order?
A. 40’ Length is a common maximum length that can be ordered for jobsite delivery from supplier. There is an extra fee for jobsite delivery and jobsite must have access for a tractor trailer to maneuver. M & M Barns can haul panels in 30’ Lengths.
Q. What’s the easiest way to cut steel panels?
A. The very best methods are very expensive, and unless you are a professional contractor that works with steel often you will not want to buy the very best. We offer some affordable options including Turboshears and metal cutting circular saw blades.
Q. What is the minimum pitch recommended for metal roofing?
A. The answer varies depending on manufacturer and material, but a common guideline for 29 through 27 ga. panels is 3/12 pitch. Commercial panels (PBR and certain standing seam products) are able to be installed on shallower pitches).
Q. What is the price per square cost comparison of metal roofing to shingles?
A. On many standard roof types the cost per square foot is often lower using metal roofing over shingles, especially when labor costs are considered. There certainly are exceptions, as more complicated roofs with dormers, many valleys/ridges, and penetrations will require more intensive labor to install.
Q. What does M & M need to know to get me a quote on metal roofing/siding?
A. A picture tells a thousand words! A bird’s eye view of your roof is generally the easiest way to communicate back and forth. We need the width of roofing sections that the panels need to cover. Keep in mind that nearly all panels we sell cover 36” with exceptions being standing seam panels and other specialty profiles. Then we will need the length of roofing panels for each section. Typically a measurement from peak to drip edge/eave will be sufficient
For example: If you have a common peaked roof that is 36’ long on each side, you will need 24 total pieces of 3’ coverage roofing. Then measure from center of your ridge to drip edge/eave and that will give you the length panels you need. We also like to know: Roof pitch (how steep roof is), what current material is on roof and how many layers there are, and whether or not your ridge is currently vented. Also please note any pipes, etc. that are protruding from the roof.