Kingman Metal Roofing Supplies

Metal Roofing Distributor and Supplies in Kingman Arizona

Kingman AZ Metal Roofing Supplier and Distributor

     Metal siding and roofing is a material that is required to assist in taking care of buildings from rough weather patterns. From our metal product production facility, metal siding and roofing components are perfectly stacked in bundles and also wrapped up using a plastic wrap. After the metal material is packaged, it is then dropped on a flat bed and sent to the exact location of your choice. Our metal roofing products are made to last a very long time on virtually any building architecture you can think of. The beautiful finish on our metal products is outstanding when compared to our competitor’s products. Our metal material, is an exceptional weather barrier, and does not distort under windy weather conditions. Other than providing the building with a great over all finish, the material does not require a whole lot of maintenance to keep its appearance looking good.

     We’re always busy helping services in Kingman, AZ by directly assisting them with the right purchase from our wide variety of super high quality metal building components.


     JR Metal Roofing Distribution has the metal soffit products, metal roof products, and metal siding products you want. We have the best designs for the greatest looking home, office, or building available for everyone today. Our metal roofing products and siding products come in a variety of colors, styles and shapes. You’ll surely find precisely what you are searching around for at JR Metal Roofing Distribution. Here’s a sample of the metal materials we offer:

Metal Roofing and Supplies in Kingman Arizona

    • 7/8” Corrugated Metal Roofing Sheet with Standard Sizes: 24 gauge and 26 gauge and Optional Sizes: 20 gauge and 22 gauge
.875” Corrugated Metal Roof Panels are designed around performance on a large scale. These panels tend to be deeper and thicker than most other panels to aid in the ability to span longer distances and resist greater loads.
Available Materials: Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steel, Steel, and Weathering Steel.

     • 1 in. Metal Wall Panel – Standard Size: 24 gauge Optional Sizes: 22 gauge or 20 gauge This is the Apex Series Concealed or hidden fasteners.
Fastened Metal Wall Panels offer a unique combination of clean, bold, symmetrical lines with the benefit of quick and easy installation. Our unique 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 horizontal and vertical applications.
Available Materials: Steel and Weathering Steel

     • .75” Classic Rib Metal Roofing and Wall Panel. Standard Size: 29 ga., 26 ga.
The original Classic Rib panel has been a standard choice over many decades for use on pole barns, storage sheds, utility buildings and light commercial construction. This fastener exposed, bell-top rib panel applies on to open framed or solid substrate for a multitude of applications. Liner, soffit, wall, roof, fencing, interior ceiling, skirting, and many others. Classic Rib is known as the most versatile panel available.
Available Material: Steel

     JR Metal Roofing has the best selection, at the lowest affordable pricing in the Kingman, Arizona area. For job site delivery of virtually all the best metal building items and metal roofing products, we have precisely what you’re looking for. Order from us, and have it sent to your jobsite or yard in *7-10 working days.

     For any site, yard or home deliveries: The product shipment must be unloaded and removed from the delivery flat bed, by the customer or contractor installing the product at the time of delivery.  *Customer will accept short term delays due to unforeseen traffic and weather changes.

    Kingman, Arizona, was first formed in 1882, back when Arizona was still known as the Arizona Territory. Kingman AZ is located within the Hualapai Valley between the Hualapai and Cerbat mountain ranges, and is known for its very humble conception as a simple railroad exchange siding near Beale’s Springs. That siding was located in the Middleton Section adjacent to the newly (at that time) constructed portion of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad tracks. The city of Kingman was aptly named for Lewis Kingman, whom was a surveyor along the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad’s right-of-way path, between Needles, California, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Lewis Kingman was the primary supervisor for the building of the railroad lines between Winslow, AZ and Beale’s Springs, AZ, which is near the current location of what’s currently known as the town of Kingman. The county of Mohave’s seat was originally located in Mohave City between 1864 and 1867. That portion of the historical Arizona Territory, west of the Colorado River, was transferred over to the State of Nevada in 1865, and originally became part of what was then known as Lincoln County, Nevada.  That county was later renamed to Clark County, Nevada. The Arizona Territory’s remaining territory of Pah-Ute County became an addition to Mohave County’s area. Its county seat was then moved to Hardyville in 1867 (which is now within Bullhead City, Arizona). The county seat had transferred to the mining town of Cerbat, AZ in 1873, and again then to Mineral Park near Chloride in the year 1877. 1887 was the year the county seat was yet again moved to Kingman.  After quite some time without a Mohave County permanent seat, the instruments and records of the Mohave County government were taken in a secret perhaps illegal manner from Chloride and established in Kingman under the cover of darkness during it’s final transfer of the Mohave County seat.