Exposed fastener panels by McElroy Metal offer immense versatility because of the wide range of panels offered. Customers can select from 12 different panel styles. McElroy Metal’s Exposed Fastener panels are not just utilized on exterior applications. They are also commonly used for interior applications, like liner panels and architectural elements.
McElroy’s Exposed Fastener panels offer outstanding technical properties and can be utilized for both new construction and retrofit projects.
Exposed fastener panels are the most economical form of metal roofing and siding. Panels are over-lapped and fastened directly to the roof deck or framing through the face of the metal panel. These panels are called exposed fastener because the fastener head remains visible once installed. To help blend with panels, fastener heads are painted the same color as the roofing panels. Most exposed fastener panels are typically 36” wide, meaning that fewer panels (and less labor) will be needed to cover the roof area.
Exposed fastener panels are identified by 5 main criteria: