Metal Wall Panels

Composite Wall Panels

The innovative development of new composite wall panels opens a broad spectrum of exciting architectural creative and design opportunities. The gorgeous material is available in different artistic visuals, creating endless aesthetic possibilities. Attractive features include the product’s longevity, low maintenance, and cost-effectiveness, and compared to other cladding alternatives, composite is moisture, bug, and fire-resistant. Choosing composite wall panels can maximize your investments by increasing returns and saving costs.

Superior Roofing has experience installing aluminum (ACM) and metal composite panel (MCM) systems from numerous manufacturers. Many companies design their products with specific performance parameters, requiring intensive knowledge of different materials and installation processes from several organizations. Superior Roofing understands the numerous procedures to build each system and worked with various manufacturers. We have years of experience installing Composite Wall Panels, and Superior Roofing is the best choice for your next challenging project.

Superior Roofing commonly works with five ACM and MCM systems:

  • Pressure Equalized Rain Screen systems
  • Drained, back ventilated rain screen systems
  • Wet system/wet seal
  • Dry system
  • Spline return system
MCM 2100 Welton St, Denver, CO

Key Points:

  • Includes materials such as aluminum, zinc, copper, steel, and titanium
  • Exceptional strengths and performance, including moisture protection and thermal efficiency.
  • Multitude of colors and finishes to achieve desired look.
  • We have worked with CM manufacturers such as Alucobond, Reynobond, Alpolic, Larson and more.

Single Skin Wall Panels

Single skin wall panels have been a part of the construction industry for decades. A Cost-efficient system, single skin wall panels use a preformed composite metal sheet to construct exterior surfaces. These sheets are made from zinc, steel, aluminum, copper or bronze. Their prefabricated design allows for a faster and more efficient installation system than traditional material like brick or wood, and allow for any weather installation, meaning no loss of construction time in the event of rain or snow.

Additionally, the prefabricated system allows for a level of design freedom that other construction techniques do not offer. Architectural features and design are easily featured on a new or existing building, providing a level of uniqueness that would be difficult to obtain with other techniques. The surface treatments on single skin wall panels can include corrugated, perforated, embossed, and stucco-like surfaces, along with an assortment of colors.
Single Skin Wall Panels 1600 Market St

Key Points:

  • Includes materials such as aluminum, zinc, copper, steel, and titanium
  • Exceptional strength and performance, including moisture protection and thermal efficiency
  • Multitude of colors and finishes to achieve desired look
  • We have worked with MCM manufacturing such as Alucobond, Reynobond, Alpolic, Larson and more

Insulated Wall Panel Systems

Most structures commonly require the application of liquid sealant and several protective screens for proper building insulation. The process can cause issues when layers start to deteriorate, opening the defense shield. The advantage of using insulated wall panels is that the product is built-in with layers of protection and installed directly into the building for better security. Using the product will eliminate steps causing the need for repairs and maintenance. The durability of insulated wall panels will mitigate future complications and protect your asset, being an excellent choice for your next project.
Insulated Wall Panel System

Key Points:

  • Installation extremely rapid and cost effective
  • Insulation is adhered within the panel, integrating multiple elements into a single layer, reducing construction time
  • Installation extremely rapid and cost effective
  • Flexible and versatile design
  • Vastly reduces opportunity of moisture penetration into buildings, increasing longevity

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14700 E 39th Ave
Aurora, CO 80011

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