Statesville, N.C.-based BETCO Inc., a manufacturer of metal self-storage buildings, is offering three new metal-roofing components.
The company’s trapezoidal roof panel has three secondary stiffening ribs. The 324, self-locking, standing-seam panel is 3 inches high and available in 18- and 24-inch widths. It is constructed of 24-gauge Galvalume steel, and lengths can be custom-made to customer specifications. There are two finish choices: smooth Galvalume with a 25-year warranty or pre-painted with a 40-year warranty.
BETCO’s customized re-roofing sub-framing allows sub-frames to be placed over existing roof panels. The sub-framing comes available in 10-foot lengths of structural steel. It will maintain original design loads, requires only standard tools and fasteners, and creates thermal air space between the old and new roof panels.
The company also offers drip stop, a special material adhered to the underside of 316 and 324 panels during the manufacturing process that creates a vapor barrier to prevent condensation.