Architectural Sheetmetal

Architectural metal has been fabricated into sheets or panels for both structural and decorative building applications. It’s a highly versatile, modern solution for homes and businesses today. You can choose from a diverse range of options, including copper, aluminium, steel, zinc, titanium, and many more to create the space of your dreams.

Coping

flat-coping
sloped-coping

A protective cap, top or cover of a wall parapet, commonly sloping to protect masonry from water.

Cornice

A cornice is a horizontal decorative moulding that is used in both the interior and exterior of homes to fill the space between the wall and the roof.

cornice
cornice

A cornice is a horizontal decorative moulding that is used in both the interior and exterior of homes to fill the space between the wall and the roof.

Fascia

fascia

The fascia board sits on the outside of the roof and it’s primary function is to protect the roof from water infiltration.

Drip Edge

A piece of metal placed over the building or home’s roof sheathing at the perimeter to deflect water away from the sheathing and fascia board

drip-edge
drip-edge

A piece of metal placed over the building or home’s roof sheathing at the perimeter to deflect water away from the sheathing and fascia board

Gravel Stop

gravel-stop

A gravel stop is a metal flashing shape attached to roof structure to protect the roof edge against water penetration and to contain a built-up roof and prevent its gravel surface from falling over the roof edge.