Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc.
DETAIL MANUAL and guide to Gulf Coast products
PBR Roofing & Siding Panels & Accessories 4020 SW 449th St. • Horseshoe Beach, FL 32648 (352) 498-0778 • Toll Free (888) 393-0335 • FAX (352) 498-7852
Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. The Gulf Coast PBR Roofing Panel
Picture of Gulf Coast Figure 1 The Gulf Coast Supply office (left) and manufacturing facility.
The Gulf Coast 26-gauge PBR panel is a strong, durable, economic, and attractive answer to the growing demand for metal roofing and siding needs in Florida and southern Georgia. PBR panels provide a 36inch net coverage with 1¼ inch ribs on twelve-inch centers that provide the strength you need for industrial, commercial, agricultural, and utility buildings, as well as homes and businesses.
Gulf Coast panels and trim are fabricated using state-ofI-10 the-art computerized equipment at our 28-acre facility near I-75 Horseshoe Beach, Florida, to assure uniformity and to Live Oak consistency in product manufacture. Panels are and I-75 to Perry, roll-formed to the lengths specified by customers Tallahassee Branford to Lake City and I-10 in either 26- or 24-gauge high-tensile steel, in and I-75 either Galvalume® or any of more than twenty 349 colors, ready for either customer pickup or onsite delivery. All of our PBR panels carry limited coil manufacturer’s finish warranties 19 Cross 351 of at least 25 years. Your Gulf Coast represenCity 26 Trenton tative is waiting to assist you in making the Gulf of to Mexico Gainesville i Old best choice for your particular roofing needs. m 14 Town 19 351 Chiefland Gulf Coast also stocks special low profile reflective foil insulation, roll-up to Ocala Horseshoe on doors, fasteners, sealants, closures, trims, Beach and other accessories to meet every need of 14 miles south of Live Oak
Figure 2 Location of Gulf Coast Supply
either the do-it-yourself home owner or the roofing contractor. Both in-stock and custommade flashings and trims are available in all colors as well. 1¼” 12” Gulf Coast’s PBR panel is produced Figure 3 The PBR panel in a bare, AZ-55 hot dipped Galvalume® finish conforming with ASTM A-792 Structural Steel Grade 80. The AZ-55 Galvalume® finish is not only durable and cost effective, but offers the reflectivity which is so valuable here in the South. The paint system employed on our painted panels offers optimum exterior protection plus superior resistance to corrosion and ultraviolet radiation that conforms with ASTM A-755. All of Gulf Coast Supply’s PBR finishes are of the highest known quality in the industry.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Installation of Panels Roof Pitch Gulf Coast Supply’s engineering requires a minimum pitch of 2/12 for wood frame construction, and ½/12 for steel frame, to ensure proper water drainage. A 2/12 pitch means that the minimum roof slope required for all panels is 2 inches of vertical rise per horizontal foot. Butyl sealant with lap screws is required on all side panel laps on roofs with less than a 4/12 pitch to prevent water from siphoning over the ribs (see Figure 7 on page 6), but is optional on roofs with a 4/12 pitch or greater. Consult our representative for recommendations for your particular roof pitch, and about roofing options if you have less than a 2/12 pitch.
Roof Preparation Oil-canning is a wave-like, rippled appearance extending up the length of the panel after it has been installed on the roof. Any irregularities in the roof, including uneven plywood joints, warped plywood, uneven trusses, poor application of underlayment, the use of button caps with felt paper, etc., can promote oil-canning. Care should be taken to provide a flat, uniform surface on which to attach the panels. See page 8 for more details.
Roof Application Panel installation should begin at the gable end of the roof opposite the prevailing rain-bearing wind (this will provide added assurance against wind-driven rain being forced under the laps). Measure one full panel width in (approx. 38") from the roof edge. At this point chalk a line from ridge to eave (avoid getting chalk on panels— it may discolor them!). Place the leading edge of the first panel along this line. It is extremely important that this panel be laid square to the eave and ridge so that the remaining panels will line up square on the roof frame. It is wise to have a person at the eave and at the ridge to ensure that the proper panel coverage is being maintained across the roof. Also be sure that the panels are properly side-lapped (again, see fig. 7 on page 6). In applications where end-lapping is necessary, the upper panel on the slope should lap over the panel that is lower on the slope. Lower roof pitch requires a greater amount of panel overlap. All endlap applications require two horizontal rows (across the panel) of butyl sealant tape and proper fastening to provide a maximum water seal. An overhang of 2 to 3 inches is recommended to provide a drip edge, while only 1 inch overhang is necessary where gutters are used (see p. 15). The open panel ribs at the eave can be sealed with inside closures. For maximum weather-tightness, a row of butyl tape can be applied above and beneath inside closures.
Trimming and Cutting Steel Panels The best device for cutting steel panels across the profile is either a portable or hand shear, or a nibbler. Nibblers, however, and especially Carborundum blades on electric saws, do have a tendency to either leave hot metal particles that can burn paint surfaces or leave rust marks on panels and trim. The same is true of any filings left on the roof caused by the application of screws. Care should be taken to brush all such particles from roof surfaces after application. To cut panels lengthwise: Note carefully where the panel is to be cut, and, using a straight-edge, score deeply down the length of the panel with a sharp-pointed utility knife. Folding the panel along the score mark, and bending back again if necessary, should produce a clean break in the panel. CAUTION! clean all metal shavings and particles off of roof to avoid unsightly rust stains
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Ridge cap (p. 9)
Endwall flashing (p. 11)
Valley (p. 12)
Sidewall Flashing (p. 10)
GR-5 Sculptured Rake (p. 13)
EF-5 Gable trim (p. 11)
GR-6 Rake and Corner (p. 11,13)
Eave drip (p. 10)
Drip Cap (p. 14) Inside Corner (p.13) J-Channel (p.14)
Gutter (p. 15) Base Drip (p. 14)
Transition Flashing (p.12) Roll-up Door p. 16
TC-1 Track Cover(p. 15)
PBR Metal Roofing & Siding Trims
Figure 4 Common trims assiciated with PBR roofing panels
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Ordering Roof Panels and Screws Care should be taken to order panels of the correct length to avoid having to make corrective measures after purchase. Panel lengths should fall 2 to 3 inches short of the ridge when a vented ridge is desired, and should extend 2 to 3 inches past the eave to allow a sufficient drip edge (except as noted on pg. 3 concerning gutters). The Gulf Coast sales personnel are ready to assist customers with information specific to their particular roof. Specially-washered screws applied through the flat of the metal is the most recommended method used to attach roofing panels. 1½ inch screws are the commonly recommended length. 2½ inch screws are available for ridge-cap application and other special needs. For attachment to metal purlins, a minimum of #12 x 1” hex head TEK screw or equivalent is recommended, and for stitching panels and trim to panels, we recommend #14 x 7/8” lap TEK self-drilling screws. See pages 6 and 7 for more information on screw spacing and ordering.
Ordering and Applying Trim The most common flashing for metal roofing is the ridge cap, which is used at the peak of a roof where two opposing roof slopes join. Other flashings include transition flashing, end wall and sidewall flashings, and valleys (see diagram on right for application). Eave flashings include gable flashing and eave drip, both of which are often applied above fascia trim. When roof pitch exceeds 5/12 (a 5 inch rise in 12 inches), the slope of the roof should be mentioned when ordering ridge caps, endwalls, and eave drip. When a steeper roof slope meets a lesser slope, both slopes should be mentioned when ordering transition flashing. At the gable edge the use of gable trim adds to the appearance of the structure and protects the fly-rafter, and sidewall flashing is used where the side of a panel butts up against an adjacent wall. In either case, the installer should be careful to seal between the gable rake or sidewall and panel with butyl sealant tape, and to fasten the trim every 6" to 12" up the slope of the roof with the appropriate screws. If eave drip is used on the gable, the number of 90 degree eave drip for the gable should be specified separately from that used on the drip edge when ordering. To prevent penetration of water, insects, and debris at the ridge, either solid or vented closure material is inserted between the ridge cap and the top end of the panel (shown on p. 9). Screws are applied through the ridge cap, closure, and each rib of the panels. 2½" wood screws or self-drilling lap screws should be used for attaching ridge caps.
Keep Materials Dry! Paint and finishes of Gulf Coast panels and trim are designed to withstand severe rain and wet weather conditions. Neither paint, galvanized, or Galvalume finishes, however, are designed to be in continuous contact with water for long periods of time. Damage will result if uninstalled panels or trim are allowed to remain wet in storage. Be sure to store material that will not be installed immediately in a dry location. Wet material should be air-dried and re-stacked if installation is not planned right away.
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linear feet of panels in your order
Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Screw (purlin) Spacing 12 inch 18 inch 24 inch 30 inch 50 190 143 95 76 100 380 285 190 152 200 760 570 380 304 300 1140 855 570 456 400 1520 1140 760 608 500 1900 1425 950 760 600 2280 1710 1140 912 700 2660 1995 1330 1064 800 3040 2280 1520 1216 900 3420 2565 1710 1368 1000 3800 2850 1900 1520 1100 4180 3135 2090 1672 1200 4560 3420 2280 1824
Panel lap detail Lap Screw
Apply sealant to lap
Figure 6 On roofs with less than 3/12 pitch, lap screws and butyl tape (or approved roofing sealant) must be applied at the panel lap to keep water from overflowing the lap. Note that the underlap side of the panel has a distinct purlinbearing leg that rests on the roof decking.
Figure 5 PBR panel screw calculation chart
How to Figure and Apply Screws Gulf Coast Supply carries screws in 3 different lengths: 1 inch, 1½ inch, and 2 ½ inch. 1-inch screws will barely penetrate a 1x4, but the 1½ inch are the best all-purpose size. 2½-inch wood screws or selfdrilling lap screws are necessary for attaching ridge caps. The above table (Figure 6) can be used to figure approximate quantities of screws for various purlin spacings and sizes of roofs. For 2-foot spacing between rows of screws, multiply the total linear feet of metal times 1.9 Example: your order is 1250 feet of PBR roofing. 1250 x 1.9 = 2375 screws Please confirm all estimates with your Gulf Coast representative when you place your order. Codes allow re-roofing over shingles without the use of battens providing the roof has been checked by a licensed roofing contractor to insure levelness and pullout integrity. ® PBR metal roofing can be separated from the moisture barrier by minimum, nominal 1"x3" yellow pine battens spaced on maximum 24" centers, or according to ASCE calculations where applicable. Since direct contact between pressure treated lumber and metal roofing must be avoided in order to prevent potential corrosion, Gulf Coast Supply sells only untreated battens. CAUTION: Battens must be fastened to the roof deck with minimum #6 screws at 12" on-center, or two minimum 8d common or pneumatic nails spaced 8" on-center, or one every 4" on-center (or by applicable calculations according to ASCE 7-98). Battens must be installed to support the entire width and length of ridge, eave, hip, valley, and gable-end trims. For solid decking, at least ½-inch structural plywood or OSB (5/8" for Metro-Dade new construction and for any high velocity wind zone of 120 and above) supported on rafters at a maximum of 24" on center is required. In residential applications, building codes require a plywood deck with the use of #30 felt to provide adequate thermal and moisture barrier protection. If care is taken, metal roofing application can be aided by pre-drilling panels, allowing screws to go quickly and accurately into the desired spacing. Pre-drilling will work provided that pilot holes are placed accurately in the proper locations on panels. Purlin spacing must be uniform and carefully measured.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Gulf Coast PBR Roofing Panels ALLOWABLE LOADS (PSF)
SECTION PROPERTIES Panel Gauge
Fb. KSI Thickness Weight In. Pos. Neg. PSF .0187
Ix In. Sx In. Ix In. Sx In. Positive Bending
Live Load (Stress)
Live Load (Deflection)
2' 2'6" 3' 3’6" 4'
2' 2'6" 3' 3'6" 4'
Wind Load 2' 2'6" 3' 3'6" 4'
.0288 .0482 .0288 .1892 170 109 76 56 42 128 82 57 42 32 102 52 30 19 13
Fastening Schedule for Various Wind Speeds Roof Zone Zone 1 Zones 2&3
100-110 MPH Trim O.C. Attaching to: Spacing Areas
Wind Speed Region 120-130 MPH O.C. Trim Spacing Areas
140-150 MPH O.C. Spacing Trim Areas
#9 x 1
#14 x 7/8
#9 x 1
#14 x 7/8
Roof Zones Each “zone” of the roof has its own screw requirements. Dimension a is defined as 10% of the minimum width of the building, or 40% of the mean height of the roof, whichever is smaller; however, a cannot be less than either 4% of the minimum width of the building, or 3 feet.
Zone 3 te Cenng n O aci Sp
Figure 7 Screws should be placed on both sides of the ribs at both eave and ridge, and on the overlap side of the panel lap (see Fig. 6 also).
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Gulf Coast Policies Delivery policy Delivery charges apply to all orders where delivery is requested. Please consult your Gulf Coast sales department for details. Sales tax All orders picked up at Gulf Coast Supply, and all orders delivered within the state of Florida, are subject to state sales tax. Tax exemptions should be verified prior to delivery or customer pickup. Warrantied products A 40 year warranty applies to most material* manufactured from painted coil stock, and a 25-year warranty to Galvalume material. Ask for details. Indemnity All prices and designs are subject to change without notice Disclaimer While we have made every attempt at accuracy in this manual, we are not responsible for typographic, printing, or technical errors. Oil Canning—a repeating, wave-like appearance in the length of the panel—is a possible but unlikely occurrence in PBR roofing. See recommendations on p. 3 on how to avoid oil-canning. Return policy All panel orders and special order (non-stock) trim are considered the property of the customer and non-refundable once they are manufactured. Standard trim and accessories are refundable providing they are returned in a clean, resalable condition. Restocking charges will apply to any items at the discretion of the Gulf Coast representative. *Metallic Copper 26 ga. has a 30 year warranty, and Brite Red 24 ga. a 20 year warranty.
Summary of Common Stock Trims and Flashings item
special order information
Ridge caps (RC-2) Eave drip (ED-3) Gable flashings Valleys (PV-1) Sidewall (SW-5) Endwall (EW-1) Transition flashing Capping Trims
Specify pitch if less than 3/12 or greater than 6/12. Also available in larger widths. Closures recommended (see p. 9). ED-3 style is pre-pitched for 3/12 to 6/12 roofs. For appearance or ease of application, order by either specific pitch or as gable trim (90°). Residential (EF-5), sculptured (GR-5), and standard (GR-6) rakes available. Use butyl sealant between rake and panel. Specify pitch if greater than 7/12. Seal with universal foam closure material. Open-hemmed valleys (PV-2) aid water-tightness. Use butyl sealant between sidewall flashing and panel. Specify pitch if greater than 5/12. Seal with outside closures. Specify pitches of both roof slopes. Seal lower slope using outside closures and, if desired, inside closures on upper slope. Seal off the ends of siding panels. Base drip (BD-5) seals the bottoms at floor level; J-channel (JC-5) caps panels on sides and below doors and windows, while drip caps (DC-5) seal the bottoms of panels above them.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Ridge Cap The Ridge Cap is used to seal the upper point at which two slopes meet. This can be both along the ridge of the roof as well as the covering for a hip. Either woodgrip or self-drilling lap TEK screws are applied through the ribs of the metal. Debris, insects, and blowing rain can find easy access under the ridge cap, so closures are required to either completely or partially seal the opening. Closures under ridge caps come in 3 types: solid, vented, and hip tape. Figure 8 Ridge cap with outside closure (left) and vented closure in place. PBR roofing requires either 7/8 inch lap tech or 2-1/2 inch Solid closures (“Outside Closures”) are as Woodqrip® screws for attaching the ridge cap. long as the width of the panels. They lock together in a row placed directly under the screws that attach the ridge cap, and form a solid, water-tight, air-tight barrier. (see Figure 8 above). ® Vented closure (Profile Vent ) comes in lengths up to 50', is 3 inches wide, and forms a water-retardant, insect resistant barrier that allows hot air to escape from the attic. It is superior to many more elaborate and expensive venting systems. ® Hip closure tape (Peel and Seal ) is a sticky, adhesive-backed metallic tape that seals the hip roof. It is 6 inches wide and comes in 33½ foot rolls. Because it must conform to the rise and fall of panel ridges, approximately 10% extra may be needed beyond the length of the hip being covered. ®
2½" Woodgrip or lap screw required
Figure 9 Pipe Boots provide a watertight seal around roof vents and come in a variety of sizes. They seal with caulk and conform to the shape of the panel ribs.
Profile Vent ®
l pane Ridge caps may be sealed with either solid or vented closure material
RC-2 Standard 12-inch Ridge Caps are strong, economical and adequate for most of your roofing needs
6” RC-2 style over-sized ridge caps are available with 18-inch coverage, or as a custom trim item in total widths (2 times “a”) of 14-, 16-, 18-, 20-, 22-, and 24-inch
RC-1 style 12-inch Ridge Caps are also available in custom widths
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Eave Drip & Fascia 3"
panel 2 3/8 "
ED-3 style eave drip
Eave drip with fascia and inside closure
Figure 10 Eave drip and fascia give a finished look along the drip eave of the building, as well as providing protection for the materials they cover. The eave drip should completely cover the top edge of the fascia. Inside closures, which seal off the open ribs of the panels, are optional.
For custom eave drip, specify the amount of the eave that will be covered (dimension “a”), and, for roofs steeper than 3/12, specify pitch. If used as gable trim, be sure to mention the number of 90º eave drip for the gable. If fascia is to be used, be sure that the dimension you order will allow the top of the fascia to be hidden by the eave drip.
Side-wall Flashing ®
caulk (Solar Seal recommended) caulk edge (order SW-5C) (used if sidewall not covered by siding)
3½" 4" Butyl tape
5¾" View of standard sidewall trim
SW-5 PBR Sidewall Standard dimensions — a = 4" b = 3½" Custom trim—specify a custom length for a or b.
Figure 11 Sidewall flashing is applied when the side of the roof butts up against an adjacent wall. The wall-side of the flashing can either be covered over with siding or sealed with caulk(order SW-5C). Butyl tape should be applied where the “foot” of the flashing attaches to the roof, and, if used, along the top edge of the counterflashing.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Gable Flashing 3¼" Butyl tape
EF-5 style Rake Custom trim—specify a custom length for a or b. Standard dimensions — a = 3¼" b =3½ GR-6 style Rake and Corner Custom trim—specify a custom length for a or b. Standard dimensions — a = 4" b = 4"
a View of EF-5 gable trim (fascia board removed)
Figure 12 Gable flashing is used to trim the edge of the roofing panel at the gable end of the roof. It should match the eave drip that extends along the drip edge of the roof. If the panel is allowed to hang over the gable end, eave drip can be used instead. Butyl tape between the trim and panel eliminates leaks. Secured both to roof and rafter with screws.
Remember: dimension b on gable rakes is the amount of eave covered plus 1-1/4 inch head space!
Figure 13 As with the ridge cap, the ENDWALL FLASHING above must be sealed using outside closures. b
EW-1 Stepped Endwall a
EW-2 Hemmed Endwall a a = 4½" b = 3"
End-wall flashing is applied where the upward slope of a roof meets a wall. The wall side of the flashing can be covered with siding or counter-flashing, and outside closures are used to seal between the flashing and the panel. Roof slope ® caulk (Solar Seal should be recommended) mentioned if caulk edge (order EW-1C roof exceeds or EW-2C) 5/12 pitch. Use (used if endwall EW-2 when not covered by next to sidewall siding) flashing. 3½" Lap screw or ® 2½" Woodgrip required
For custom end-walls, specify roof pitch and dimensions “a” and “b”.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Preformed Valley expanding foam panel 1" 4" to 6"
Install panels 4 to 6" from diverter
Figure 14 Pre-formed valleys use a diverter to prevent water from rushing under panels on the opposite side while meanwhile channeling water off the roof. Expanding foam closures (as the one shown in place above) are recommended to assure a good seal.
Two basic styles of valley are available. For custom valleys, specify dimension “a”, and specify pitch if greater than 7/12.
Transition Flashing TRANSITION FLASHING prevents leakage at the point where two different roof pitches meet. It is sealed on the lower side with outside closures, and can be sealed underneath the upper panels with inside closures. The less difference there is between the two pitches, the more necessary a larger dimension “a” (shown below) becomes. 6½" l ne closure
2½" Woodgrip or lap screw required b
Figure 15 The transition flashing provides a continuous drainage where two slopes meet.
For custom transition flashing specify the pitches of the two roof slopes and, if necessary, dimensions “a” and “b”.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. PBR Rake and Corner 6"
IS-6 The rake and corner can be ordered as a custom a trim item by specifying custom dimensions “a” or “b”. Custom rakes or corners are often necessary due to the rake landing on a panel rib. Be sure to take into account the 1¼" “head space” when figuring custom dimensions.
Figure 16 Corner trim straddles the ribs of the panels where they meet at the corner of the building. The PBR outside corner also serves as a gable rake (see p.11). The inside corner (IS-6) has similar dimensions but with a reverse middle bend.
Scultured Rake 5½"
Butyl tape 1¼"
2½"Woodgrip or lap screw required
Figure 17 The GR-5 sculptured rake is often desirable on larger steel- and wood-framed buildings. The roof side can be sealed with butyl tape, and the wall side with outside closures. Butyl tape on the roof side prevents leaks.
The 5½-inch dimension is variable for custom trim
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drip cap DC-5 Drip cap
Drip Cap and J-Channel
Figure 18 The drip cap is commonly used to trim out the bottoms of panels over doorways and windows, and occasionally takes the place of base drip. J-channel is used to cap raw panel edges where run-off is not a problem, and is most commonly used to trim around the bottom, sides, and occasionally the top of windows and doors, and also to cap the top sides of skirting.
3" 1¼" 1¼"
2½" 13/8 "
BD-5 Base drip
15/8 " Figure 19 Base drip seals off the bottoms of panels at the floor level, where it helps to prevent the entrance of rodents and insects, as well as a base for the setting of panels.
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Gulf Coast Supply & Mfg. Inc. Gutters Gulf Coast Supply produces 29-, 26-, and 24-gauge gutters in either 5- or 6-inch widths (depth is approximately equal to width). All gutters should be ordered specific to the pitch of the roof. Downspouts are available in 3"x4" (for 5-inch gutters) and 4"x4" (for larger gutters). End caps should be ordered at the same time as the gutters to assure a custom fit. Gutter hangers fit over (or inside) the panel rib and under the gutter lip. Panels should extend no more than 1" to 1½" inches beyond the eave on which gutters are planned.
Gutter hangers fit over panel rib and under lip of gutter (apply at least one per panel) and are attached with lap screws.
Figure 20 Exposed view of gutter showing gutter hanger placement, downspouts, and end caps. Caulk or butyl sealant under hangers will assure that the lap screws that attach to hangers are leak free. Hangers employ lap screws, and end caps are best attached with rivets.
5 or 6"
Inner and outer gutter sections (marked “I” and “O”) alternate along the eave to assure ease of application and gutter appearance.
For downspouts exceeding 10 feet (2-piece), specify length also of upper section.
Track Covers panel
TC-1 sliding door track cover
Figure 21 Sliding door track covers fit over the door track and under the panels to hide the track, assure a neat appearance, and shed water over the door.
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RC-2 Ridge cap (pg. 9)
TF-1 Transition flashing (pg. 12)
GR-6 Rake & Corner PV-1 valley (pg. 12) EF-5 Gable rake (pg. 11, 13) (pg. 11)
ED-3 eave drip (pg. 10)
Gutters (pg. 15)
SW-5 Sidewall (pg. 10)
EW-1 Endwall (pg. 11)
Pipe Boot (pg. 11)
Peel and Seal
Foil-backed thermal ® barrier insulation Woodgrip Screws
Guide to Misc. Accessories item
Stocked in 8' (wide) x 7' manual roll-up style (white); custom order all other sizes. Manual roll-up, chain operated, and motor-driven available. pipe boot Fits over vent and heat pipes. Available also in heat-resistant boots. electrical boot Fits around pipes with inaccessible tops (such as weatherheads). outside closures Required to seal under ridge caps and transition and endwall flashings. inside closures Seals under panels, particularly on the eave. ® ® , Profile Vent Versa-Vent Vented closure material surpassing many other venting systems. expanding foam Compressed adhesive foam expands to seal between valleys and panels. ® Peel and Seal Seals hips under hip caps. Also, a general purpose sealing tape. touch-up paint Hides scratches and mars encountered in installation. butyl tape General purpose low-cost sealant, used on panel laps and under trim. ® Solar Seal A superior general purpose caulk for all joints. Matches panel colors. low-profile insulation Greatly reduces radiant heat when installed under panels. Woodgrip® screws Used in all applications attaching metal to wood. 1", 1½", 2½" sizes. TEK screws Self-drilling TEK screws for metal purlins. Lap TEK screws draw together joints and attach trim. ® ZAC screws “Lifetime” screws; 1½", 2½", threaded for wood; self-drilling available.
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PBR Installation Guide