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Metal Roofing

R-Mer® Lite II

  • Lowest Life-Cycle Cost
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Cool Roof By Design

The R-Mer Lite II Insulated Steel Roof System accommodates slope down to 1/2" per foot and is adaptable to a wide range of building configurations. Using Galvalume steel panels R-Mer Lite is both lightweight, weighing just under 1 lb. per foot, and resistant to severe weather conditions. Panels are fasted to tough 22 gauge (.0335 Nom) Galvalume steel hat channels, restraining all thermal movement in the seam with the stabilizing compression bar and avoiding thermal bridging. Large panel sizes typically help to keep thermal movement away from the seams and make installation fast and easy. R-Mer Lite is ideal for both retrofit and new construction projects.

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Lowest Life-Cycle Cost

Least expensive 30-year metal roof by most studies. R-Mer Lite II is easy to inspect and repair and requires minimal periodic maintenance. 

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Environmentally Friendly

All components are ecologically safe. The R-Mer Lite II Insulated Steel Roofing System utilizes 66% recycled steel during production. There are no disposal concerns- the product is 100% recyclable after its useful life.  

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Cool Roof By Design

R-Mer Lite II can significantly lower interior temperatures resulting in energy savings. The standard high gloss white finish offers higher solar reflectance resulting in lower heat absorption. R-Mer Lite White meets the requirements of California's Title 24 and LEED® programs. 

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