Metal has unique properties that separate it from other roof choices. For over three millennia, metal roofing has been a durable, aesthetically appealing design element utilized for significant buildings. The introduction of corrugated metal roofing in the late 19th century became a welcome economical, fire-resistant roofing option. Metal roofing continues to evolve with technological advances in alloys, coatings, and the use of “floating” standing-seam roof panels. Course content is intended to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of metal roofing.
- 16 IIBEC Continuing Educational Hours
- 16 AIA Learning Units and HSW credit