As a flat roofing surface
Flat seam metal roofing involves making interlocking panels which overlap slightly in a brick like pattern. Once the pre-fabricated panels are overlayed, we hammer them down until they lie flat. This is why it's crucial to us to use copper: copper is very malleable and will not crack after it's put under a lot of stress. If a less malleable metal was used, cracks could form which the the following soldering might not catch.
We then solder the seams to make a roof that is flat with not penetrations.
The finished product is suitable for roofs with pitches lower than 3/12" meaning that this is great for the flattest applications you'll see on a roof!
How It works
|Individual Panel Anchoring|
|Drip Edge 1|
|Drip Edge Lip|