McElroy Metal offers an extensive Slit Coil and Flat Sheet program. In fact, we're proud to have one of the most robust inventories in the industry. Choose from a wide selection of colors, gauges and widths.
Our expanded inventory position and distribution points offers contractors quick lead-times in many regions of the country and in many cases less slit-coil drop than many of our competitors.View Related Files
|Manufacturing Facilities||- Flat sheets are produced at all manufacturing plants
- Slit coil produced at most manufacturing locations
|Note||Oil Canning is a natural occurrence in metal panels and is not a cause for panel rejection|
|ASTM A792||- 22, 24, 26 GA: 50 ksi steel
- 29 GA: 37, ksi steel 48 3/8” only
|Slit Coil Gauges||- Standard 24 GA, 26 GA
- Optional 22 GA
|Standard Coil Widths||- Standard 20”, 22”, 24”
- Other sizes can be custom slit – please inquire
|Flat Sheet Gauges||- Standard 24 GA, 26 GA, 29 GA
- Optional 22 GA
|Flat Sheet Widths||- Standard 41 9/16”, 44 1/2”, 48 3/8”
- 29 GA is only available - 48 3/8” (Select plants)
|Flat Sheet Lengths||- Standard length – 10’
- Other lengths – please inquire
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Whether you’re building a new home or planning renovations, a metal roof can deliver long-term cost savings and comfort. To explore your options and find the product that meets your aesthetic and budgetary needs, contact a McElroy Metal distributor or contractor in your area today. We can’t wait to help make your dream home a reality.