Good Practice Guide: Long-run metal roofing (2nd edition)

Abbreviation
BK100
Version
2nd edition
Valid from
1/01/2013

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
Good practice guide
Format
PDF, Hard copy

Description

Long-run profiled metal roofing is commonly used on a wide range of buildings, from houses to large warehouses and industrial buildings. 

When correctly selected for the in-use environment, well detailed, well installed and well maintained, long-run metal roofing can provide years of trouble-free service. When poorly selected, detailed and constructed, metal roofs can cause major problems and require extensive maintenance during the life of the building.

Scope

This guide covers good roofing practice, detailing and materials and is aimed at designers and specifiers, roofing contractors, building contractors, building owners, building officials, and tutors and students in construction-related disciplines.

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Good Practice Guide: Long-run metal roofing (2nd edition)

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Good Practice Guide: Long-run metal roofing (2nd edition)

Description

Long-run profiled metal roofing is commonly used on a wide range of buildings, from houses to large warehouses and industrial buildings. 

When correctly selected for the in-use environment, well detailed, well installed and well maintained, long-run metal roofing can provide years of trouble-free service. When poorly selected, detailed and constructed, metal roofs can cause major problems and require extensive maintenance during the life of the building.

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Good Practice Guide: Long-run metal roofing (2nd edition)
Description

Long-run profiled metal roofing is commonly used on a wide range of buildings, from houses to large warehouses and industrial buildings. 

When correctly selected for the in-use environment, well detailed, well installed and well maintained, long-run metal roofing can provide years of trouble-free service. When poorly selected, detailed and constructed, metal roofs can cause major problems and require extensive maintenance during the life of the building.

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Good Practice Guide: Long-run metal roofing (2nd edition)

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