When you choose metal for building siding you are choosing some of the best protection for your home, business, or ranch. Metal siding not only defines a structure's outer appearance, but offers insulation and protection as well. Metal can outlast other materials - without the need to repaint or replace for decades, and is an ideal choice in hail-prone, heavy snowfall, wildfire, or high wind areas. 

Steel, aluminum or copper siding panels can become a highlightable feature of a build with its structural, eye-catching lines that compliment wood or stone. Rustic, modern, industrial, or agricultural - metal is showing up in cities, planned communities, farms, industrial builds, and educational projects across the country. 


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Corrugate siding panels are rippled metal sheets that are strong, lightweight, resilient and practical. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, it can be installed horizontally or vertically, often with exposed fasteners. The type you choose depends largely on roof design - with different gauges, substrates, and finishes that offer varying load bearing capabilities, corrosion resistance, and visual characteristics. 

Aluminum or steel, corrugate siding is known to have great structural integrity, making it a logical choice for exterior durability and strength. Corrugates, however, have also become increasingly popular in interior applications —

as wall panels, wainscoting, or simply as an accent piece. 

Standing Seam


Standing seam siding is one of the most durable and weathertight siding systems available in the industry­so named because its prominent feature is a raised interlocking seam which joins one panel to the next. There are four basic styles: double lock seam, symmetrical seam, one-piece snap-lock interlock and two-piece snap-lock interlock. With ability to last for decades, standing seam is a great siding choice for residential, commercial and recreational buildings. 

Combining the aesthetics of an architectural panel with the strength of a structural panel, standing seam delivers clean lines and contemporary looks for exterior wall systems that support framing, windows, doors and other components. Available in stainless steel, bare or painted aluminum, zinc, copper, and titanium — it is one of the most popular metal siding styles, thanks to its durability, simplicity, versatility, efficiency, and its clean, bold visuals. 

Metal Fascia

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Metal Fascia siding has become increasingly popular for both residential and commercial buildings. The wide variety of options has helped drive this trend — along with the durability and minimal maintenance metal fascia provides. Metal outlasts other materials without the need to repaint or replace for decades. 

Modern designs often involve creating transitions between exterior and interior elements. Bringing metal fascia wall panels into a building project can help achieve this key design element if done correctly. From brushed steel elegance to an anodized aluminum industrial look, to a variety of rustic patina finishes — Z Craft can create dramatic architectural exterior features for any project. Even on larger panels, we can fabricate and join multiple smaller pieces together for a seamless finish and dramatic appearance. 

Follow these links to learn more about the metal siding options that Z Craft designs and installs.
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