Roof & Building

Roof Styles

When selecting your custom metal building from Supreme Pro Structures, one of the critical choices you’ll need to make is determining the ideal roof style for your needs. While all our roofs are constructed using durable galvanized steel, it’s important to consider the distinct characteristics of our three available roof styles: the regular roof, the A-frame horizontal roof, and the vertical roof.

Each roof style brings its own set of unique features that are worth contemplating. The regular roof offers a classic design and is an excellent choice for those seeking a cost-effective solution without compromising quality. The A-frame horizontal roof provides enhanced durability and a sleek appearance, making it a popular choice for customers who prioritize both aesthetics and strength. On the other hand, the vertical roof offers superior protection against extreme weather conditions, such as heavy rain, snow, or high winds. Understanding the specific attributes of each roof style will enable you to make an informed decision that aligns with your preferences and requirements.

Optimal Design & Strongly Suggested

Vertical
Roof Style

Our premium offering at Supreme Pro Structures is the vertical roof, which boasts several advantages over the other two roof styles. Constructed on an A-frame, the vertical roof surpasses the boxed eave roof in terms of built-in reinforcement, making it the strongest option available. One standout feature of the vertical roof is its unique paneling orientation, which is vertical rather than horizontal. This design facilitates improved drainage of rainwater and debris from the roof, effectively directing them away from the building. With its ability to withstand extreme weather conditions, the vertical roof is the optimal choice for customers seeking maximum durability. Additionally, we highly recommend opting for a vertical roof if the building length exceeds 36′.

Affordable Roof Style & Better Quality

A-Frame Horizontal
Roof Style

An A-frame roof, also known as the “boxed eave” roof, sets itself apart from a regular roof by featuring a stronger A-frame construction. Many individuals are drawn to the A-frame roof due to its resemblance to the roof style commonly seen in traditional homes, which adds a sense of familiarity and aesthetic appeal. Similar to the regular roof, the paneling of an A-frame roof is positioned horizontally. However, the A-frame roof is particularly well-suited for larger buildings and performs better in regions with slightly higher wind and precipitation levels, provides increased durability and structural support.

Cost-Efficient Roof Design with High-Quality Standards

Regular
Roof Style

The regular roof offered by Supreme Pro Structures has a timeless appearance with a rounded shape that evokes the charm of a traditional barn. The roof paneling extends slightly further down the sides compared to other roof styles and is frequently chosen for standard carports. It is our most budget-friendly option as it features a straightforward design without the need for additional reinforcements like a hat channel. The paneling of the regular roof runs horizontally from front to back, and it is best suited for regions that generally experience gentler precipitation and winds.

Building Styles

Have any inquiries regarding roof styles, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!