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Standing Seam Panels

What is the Difference Between the Concord and Lexington Panels?
The main difference is how the panels are secured to the decking underneath.  Concord, is manufactured to be installed with hidden clips without a screw strip.   Lexington is directly screwed down to the decking.  The two panels serve different functions… it’s not about a preference in how to secure it, but it’s about panel length, and how the panels shift over time due to weather.  Dimensions of panel width will differ depending on the look you desire.  The lower profile 1″ seam height or a taller 1-1/2″ seam height will determine final panel width coverage.

Contact our team of experts to help decide which panel is best for your project.

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concord

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Panel Coverage:

1″ Rib Height – 12″ or 17-1/2″
1 1/2″ Rib Height – 12″ or 16″

Fastener:

Hidden Clip Fastener System

Standard Finish

– WeatherXL Crinkle

Optional Finishes

– Smooth SMP and Kynar 500

Warranty

– 40-year finish

Thickness

– 26 Gauge – 24 Gauge special order

 

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lexington

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Panel Coverage:

1″ Rib Height – 12″ or 16-1/4″
1 1/2″ Rib Height – 12″ or 15-1/4″

Fastener:

Direct Screw-Down Fastener System

Standard Finish

– WeatherXL Crinkle

Optional Finishes

– Smooth SMP and Kynar 500

Warranty

– 40-year finish

Thickness

– 26 Gauge – 24 Gauge special order

 

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15-1/4″ Cover Width Striated Panel

ColorGard installation position clamps along the string line - All American Steel

12″ Cover Width Striated Panel

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