Flagstaff Metal Roofing Supplies

Flagstaff Arizona Metal Siding and Roofing Distributor

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Flagstaff AZ Metal Roofing Supplier and Distributor

     Metal siding and roofing is a material that is utilized to aid in sealing commercial buildings from unpredictable weather patterns. From our metal product facility, metal siding and roofing parts are stacked in bundles and wrapped up with a thick plastic wrap. After the metal product is packaged, it is then strapped on a flat bed and sent to the location of your choice. Our metal components are designed to last a lifetime on just about any building style one can think of. The magnificent finish on our metal roofing panels is outstanding when compared to our competitor’s products. Our metal siding, is an exceptional weather barrier, and does not distort under severe windy weather conditions. Besides offering the office building with a clean over all style, the metal material does not require tons of labor to keep its appearance looking fantastic.

     We’re always busy helping services in Flagstaff, AZ by directly assisting them with the right purchase, from our wide variety of top notch quality metal roofing components.

     JR Metal Roofing Supplies has the metal soffit building products, metal roof building products, and metal siding products you need. We have the best building designs for the best looking home, office, or building available for everyone today. Our metal roofing building products and siding building products come in a variety of shapes, styles and colors. You will always find precisely what you’re searching around for at JR Metal Roofing Supplies. Here’s a sample of the metal materials JR Metal Roofing offers:

Metal Roofing and Siding in Flagstaff Arizona     

• 7/8” Corrugated Metal Roofing Panel with Standard Gauges: 24 gauge and 26 gauge and Optional Gauges: 20 gauge and 22 gauge
.875” Corrugated Metal Roof Panels are designed all about performance on a large scale. These panels are usually deeper and thicker than many other panels to aid in the ability to cover longer distances while resisting heavier loads.
Materials Available: Weathering Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Copper, and Steel.

     • 1 in. Metal Panel for the Wall – Normal Size: 24 gauge Optional Gauges: 20 ga., 22ga. Apex Series™ Concealed fastener.
Fastened Metal Wall Panels offer a stellar combination of symmetrical, bold, clean lines with the added bonus of quick and easy installation. Our amazing universal clip design allows the ribbed profiles to be mixed for ultimate versatility, while still providing a clean and smooth look. May be used for vertical or horizontal applications.
Materials Available: Steel and Weathering Steel

     • 3/4” Classic Rib Metal Roofing and Wall Panel. Normal Size: 29 ga., 26 ga.
The original Classic Rib panel has been a staple over many decades for use on light commercial construction, pole barns, storage sheds and utility buildings. This fastener exposed, bell topped rib panel applies on to open framing or solid substrates for a multitude of applications. Roof, interior ceiling, fencing, soffit, liner, wall, skirting, and many others. Classic Rib is known as the most versatile panel available.
Material Available: Steel

     JR Metal Roofing has the best selection available, at the most affordable prices in the Flagstaff, Arizona area. For on-site delivery of any of the finest metal building products and metal roofing products, we have precisely what you’ve been searching for. Put in an order from our team, and have it to your jobsite or yard in *7-10 business days.

     For all site, home or yard deliveries: The product shipment must be removed from the semi trailer, by the contractor installing the product or customer at the time of arrival or delivery.  *Customer must accept short term reasonable delays due to unforeseen traffic and weather changes.

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Flagstaff is a high altitude city and the county seat of, Coconino County in northern Arizona. Arizona being the 48th state, is located in the southwestern United States. In 2019, the estimated population for the city was 75,038. Flagstaff’s combined metro area has a population of roughly 139,098. Flagstaff is located near the southwestern rim of the Colorado Plateau and is situated within what’s known as the San Francisco volcanic field.  Flagstaff, AZ is positioned along the western side of the continental United States, and is home to the largest contiguous ponderosa pineforest in the continental United States as well. The city elevation level is right around 7,100 feet, and is next to Mount Elden, just to the south of the San Francisco Peaks.  These are the highest mountain range mountains in the entire state of Arizona. Humphreys Peak is the highest elevation point in Arizona, and it is approximately 12,634 feet, and is located roughly 10 miles (16 km) due north of Flagstaff in buried in the Kachina Peaks Wilderness district. The vast majority of the geology in and around Flagstaff includes exposed rock formed some time ago in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras. Many of the cities historic district buildings have been built with Moenkopi Formation (red sandstone) that was quarried from the area. The Rio de Flag river winds its way through the city area. Pre-Columbian native Sinagua people have settled in the city’s area, in order to take advantage of Flagstaff’s  fertile land.  This area became fertile due to the volcanic ash that settled after eruptions that took place some time in the 11th century. The city itself was first settled in it’s present-day city location during the year 1876. The area’s local businessmen made a huge push for the nationally famous Route 66 to pass through the city.  The historic push came to fruition, and turned the local primary industry from lumber over to tourism. This road was instrumental in the development of the downtown Flagstaff area. In the 1930s, the planet Pluto was first discovered from Flagstaff, Arizona. The cities development progressed all the way through until the end of the late 60s. Various observatories around Flagstaff were also used to precisely pick the Moon landing sites for the Apollo generation NASA space missions. Throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, Flagstaff’s downtown area fell into dire disrepair, but was remodeled and revitalized in the 1990s during a major cultural heritage renovation project.