Training Videos

1. TOOLS OF THE TRADE-LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

This will be a presentation of the tools you will need to install Lexington & Concord; concealed fastener metal roof systems that feature standing seams.

2. PREPARING THE ROOF FOR LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Underlayments are discussed along with the order of installation. It is important to use high-temperature ice and watershield and high temperature synthetic underlayments. Temperatures between Lexington & Concord metal roof panels and the roof deck can reach over 200 degrees.

3. INSTALLING ROOF EDGE TRIM AND PREPARING FOR THE SOIL PIPE FLASHING – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

This video shows how to install D-style eve and gable trim. Our host also discusses why you want to over-cut the soil pipe opening. Many installers make this fundamental omission preparing for Lexington & Concord metal roofing panels.

4. INSTALLING STARTER LEXINGTON METAL ROOF PANEL – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Starting correctly is vital to have a project completed in a craftsman like manner. See how easy the ER3 makes the job of hemming the gable edge of a Lexington metal roof panel.

5. INSTALLING W VALLEY FLASHING – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

See how you prepare a W valley flashing; closing in the W.

6. INSTALLING OFFSET CLEAT – VALLEY – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

This video continues the series on installing all of the trim necessary to get ready for installing additional Lexington metal roof panels.

7. INSTALLING LEXINGTON METAL ROOF PANEL OVER A SOIL PIPE AND INTO A VALLEY – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Our host gives valuable advice and tips on cutting the soil pipe access and cutting the angle on the valley Lexington panels.

8. CONTINUING VALLEY LEXINGTON METAL ROOF PANELS – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

The framing square is essential for installing Lexington and Concord metal roof panels. Our host demonstrates the technique to close-in a rib.

9. INSTALLING CLEAT (HEM) VALLEY FLASHING – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

The cleat valley is a time saver. Our host will show you how to close-in the end of cleat valley for a professional look and will provide more helpful tips and advice on installing the Lexington & Concord metal roof panels.

10. INSTALLING PIPE FLASHING – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Make sure to choose the right pipe boot and prepare the opening correctly. The dynamics of thermal expansion is explained between the pipe flashing, Lexington & Concord panels, and roof substrate.

11. INSTALLING BOX GUTTER – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING- ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Learn the techniques to install box gutter. Our host gives more tips on preparing your roof for Lexington and Concord metal roof panels.

12. INSTALLING UNDERLAYMENT AROUND THE CHIMNEY – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

View tips on underlayment that you may not have seen before. Our host emphasizes the importance of preparing the roof decking for Lexington & Concord metal roof panels.

13. INSTALLATION OF OFFSET CLEAT ON A CHIMNEY – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

The placement of the cleat is discussed.

14. INSTALLATION OF CHIMNEY LEXINGTON METAL ROOFING PANELS – PART 1 – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Planning for the placement of Lexington or Concord metal roof panels is important so work is made easier, more efficient and aesthetically more pleasing. See the ER3 in use. Our host discusses the purpose of the bread pan fold and how it is made.

15. INSTALLATION OF CHIMNEY LEXINGTON METAL ROOFING PANELS – PART 2 – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

How to measure a chimney for installing a Lexington or Concord standing seam roof and transferring those numbers to the backside of a panel for cutting is discussed.

16. INSTALLATION OF CHIMNEY LEXINGTON METAL ROOF PANELS – PART 3 – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Our host installs the offset cleats and rear Lexington metal roof panels.

17. INSTALLATION OF CUSTOM END WALL, SIDE WALL, AND REAR CHIMNEY FLASHING – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

We finally get to install custom made flashings and get our chimney to a watertight condition. See the Lexington & Concord standing seam concealed fastener roofing system manual under – High Side Tie In (Endwall) to give you a look at the detail of the “turn back” flashing technique.

18. INSTALLATION OF PANELS – DUAL PITCH ROOF – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

A conversation takes place on when to use sealants on All American Steel’s Lexington & Concord metal roofing systems and when not to use sealants. Sometimes using sealants makes things worse.

19. INSTALLATION OF THE RAKE TRIM – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

There are many different rake details outlined in our Lexington & Concord Standing Seam Concealed Fastener Roofing System manual. Our host goes over two versions not previously presented in this video series.

20. INSTALLATION RIDGE CAP – VENTED CLOSURE – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Snap – Z and LP2 vented ridge enclosures are installed. The ventilation of the Lexington & Concord metal roof systems is important. This video gives two options.

If greater ventilation is required, learn more about ventilation here.

21. INSTALLATION RIDGE CAP – SOLID CLOSURE – LEXINGTON & CONCORD METAL ROOFING – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

Zee closures and die cut solid foam closures are installed on All American Steel’s Lexington & Concord metal roof panels.

22. DRIP STOP – EXPOSED FASTENER PANEL ONLY- EAGLE PRO – ALL AMERICAN STEEL

What is drip stop and why would you want to have it installed on your Eagle Pro panel from All American Steel is discussed.

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