PERSONALIZATION AND ADDED SECURITY
The walls of your building serve not only functional purposes like security and insulating the building, but also a way for you to personalize the building or help it to blend in with surrounding structures. Below are the exterior siding and interior wall systems available through Capital Steel to increase the functionality or improve the look of your building.
YOUR BUILDING'S EXTERIOR WALLS
WALL AND ROOF SHEETING
26 gauge, 80,000 p.s.i material is standard. Economy buildings will commonly use 29 gauge which is not as resistant to hail or blowing debris.
Offering the look of stucco for a fraction of the cost. Stuc-O-Flex can be applied directly over the ribbed wall sheeting with a paint sprayer.
Provide a higher insulation value and less installation time when compared to standard sheeting. These panels can also come pre-coated with stucco and feature any color available in the standard sheeting option.
Available in 8 stacked stone and 4 brick colors, GenStone can be installed in place of metal wall panels or directly over as long as the substrate is flat. GenStone is 100% waterproof and offers additional R-Value if installed over the ribbed metal siding.
A galvalume (silver colored) roof is standard, but you can also upgrade to a standing seam roof. Both roof systems can feature any color option available on the standard wall sheeting.
YOUR BUILDING'S INTERIOR WALLS
Can also be installed as an accent or primary wall covering in the interior of your building. GenStone requires only a flat substrate like plywood for install and can increase the R-Value of your exterior walls from inside the building.
Are popular among shop and building owners where the intended use may dirty the interior walls. These metal panels offer an attractive look and can be washed off easily with soap and water.
Many building owners opt to leave the walls open, exposing the primary framing of the building. This is common in garages, shops and other building applications where the interior is not required to be finished.
Homes, barndominiums, offices and other spaces where a professional looking finish is expected can feature drywall like any other structure. The sheetrock should be attached to wood framing rather than the building’s metal framing.