Mirage and Mirage II

Mirage and Mirage II are concealed fastener roofing panels with 8" on-center ribs. Mirage ribs are 1 5/8" and Mirage II ribs are 1 3/4" high. Both Mirage panels can be installed over solid deck or substructural members. Factory applied sealant is required for slopes that are less than 3:12; however, Mirage and Mirage II can be installed on slopes down to 1/4:12. Mirage is most commonly utilized in the mini-storage industry where shorter length panels are required and where specialty contractors have developed details and systems to effectively use Mirage in lower slope applications.

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Specifications & Details

Details
Installation Can be installed over solid deck or open framing
MoistureLok Available for Mirage
Manufacturing Facilities - Mirage is produced in Adelanto, CA
- Mirage II is produced in Ashburn, GA
Notes - Factory-applied sealant is required on slopes less than 3:12
- Oil Canning is a natural occurrence in metal panels and is not a cause for panel rejection
Testing
Mirage - Fire Rating: Class A
- Uplift Test: UL580 Class 90, ASTM E1592
- Air Infiltration: ASTM E1680
- Water Infiltration: ASTM E1646
- Class 4 Impact Resistance: UL 2218
- Florida State Approval: 1747.7, 1832.9
- IAPMO Approval: ER-0270
- Fire Resistance: UL 263
Mirage II - Fire Rating: UL790 Class A
- Uplift Test: UL580 Class 90
- Impact : UL 2218 Class 4
Testing Data For available Test Data, Section Properties or Load Tables, please visit our downloads section.
Panel Options
Panel width 16"
Panel configurations Ribbed
Coating Kynar 500® (PVDF)
Substrate Standard 24 GA Galvalume®

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FAQs

Metal roofing consistently outperforms shingles when it comes to resisting harsh elements. In addition to being fire and hail resistant, metal roofs are also effective against extreme winds. Many insurance companies recognize the durability of metal roofing, offering discounts for structures with metal roofs.

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Thanks to a combination of ASV (Above Sheathing Ventilation) and special coating designed to reflect the sun’s energy and release absorbed heat, metal roof panels can reduce energy costs by as much as 20% compared to asphalt shingles.

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Compared to shingles and clay tile, metal roofing holds up better against hail and extreme winds in addition to being fire resistant. In fact, many insurance companies offer discounted rates to homes with metal roofs because they’re more likely to hold up under harsh conditions.

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With a lifespan of up to 60 years, a metal roof is an ideal long-term solution for residential roofing. Homeowners can rest easy knowing that they won’t need to replace the roof before selling their house or shortly after purchasing a new home.

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While it may be true that metal roofs on buildings like garages and pole barns intensify the sound of falling rain, this is primarily caused by the lack of a roof deck, insulation, and underlayment. On a residential home, layers of building materials between the metal roof and the living area reduce the noise significantly, making metal roofs as quiet as any other roofing material when it rains. Check out this video to see and hear for yourself.

Metal roofing actually reflects much of the sun’s heat and energy. While conventional shingles absorb much of the sun’s heat, metal roofing can actually reduce cooling energy costs by as much as 20%. That’s because the coating used on modern metal roof panels incorporates special pigments that reflect the sun’s energy and release heat that is absorbed throughout the day.

The odds of a lightning strike hitting a metal roof are the same as any other roof, regardless of material. In the event that there is a lightning strike, however, metal roofing will not ignite and catch fire since it is not combustible.

Far from it. Studies conducted by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) have found that metal roofing is far less likely to be punctured by hail than conventional asphalt shingles, withstanding even golf ball-sized hailstones with only cosmetic damage.

Metal roofing consistently outperforms shingles when it comes to resisting harsh elements. In addition to being fire and hail resistant, metal roofs are also effective against extreme winds. Many insurance companies recognize the durability of metal roofing, offering discounts for structures with metal roofs.

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