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STANDARD
DETAILS
FOR METAL
ROOFING
AND SIDING
AGRICULTURAL
LIGHT COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
THE BLUE BOOK
Due to Product improvements, changes and other factors, Fabral reserves the right to change or delete information herein without prior notice or obligation to make changes in products previously purchased.
The details and written instructions described in this manual are suggested installation methods to
ensure a quality application of our products, and should be considered as a guideline only. FABRAL
recognizes that installation techniques can vary based upon builder and geographical preferences, and
that there are other acceptable ways to install our products.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction....................................................................2
Fabral Core....................................................................3
Installation Instructions..................................................4-5
Steel Panel Profiles........................................................6-8
Aluminum Panel Profiles................................................9
Estimating & Roof Types................................................10
Load Tables & Testing....................................................11
Building Details
Post Frame.................................................................... 12
Residential..................................................................... 13
Post Frame Flashing Details
Endlap & Rain Carrying Table............................................... 14
Flashings/Trim
Post Frame.................................................................... 15-18
Residential..................................................................... 19
Mighti-Rib.................................................................20
General Notes................................................................21
System Components......................................................22-23
Accessories....................................................................24-25
Trim Details
Post Frame
Eave & Box Eave...................................................................26
Vented Eave & Endwall.........................................................27
Endwall- Notched & Sidewall................................................28
Dormer Valley & Valley..........................................................29
Gambrel & Transition............................................................30
Box Gable..............................................................................31
Gables...................................................................................32
Flying Gable Detail & Monoslope Ridge..............................33
Ridge/Peak- Non Vented & Vented Ridge............................34
Alternate Vented Ridge & Base Guard.................................35
Door Header & Door Jamb...................................................36
Door Jambs...........................................................................37
Overhead Door Jambs..........................................................38
Sliding Door Jamb, Header & Base......................................39
Window Sill, Header & Jamb & Translucent Panel...............40
Inside Corner & Outside Corners.........................................41
Residential
Vented Eave & Eave............................................................42
Endwall & Sidewall................................................................43
Valley & Dormer Valley..........................................................44
Gambrel & Transition............................................................45
Pipe Boot & Skylight.............................................................46
Skylight Section A-A & B-B...................................................47
Chimney Details....................................................................48
Chimney Endwall & Ridge/Hip..............................................49
Vented Ridge & Gable..........................................................50
Paint System & Warranties............................................51
INTRODUCTION
The Right Tools.
This Standard Details Manual, AKA the Blue Book, is the right tool to have at your fingertips. By knowing you have
access to all of the right information from proper storage and installation instructions to trim and flashing details,
you can be confident installing your Fabral materials. In addition, the Blue Book references the complete system
components and accessories allowing you plan ahead.
Use the Blue Book, and call the Fabral CORE at 800.477.2741 when further support is needed.
AGRICULTURAL
Fabral is the solution for your agricultural applications. We
know that your barns and buildings must stand up to all weather
conditions and last through the years.
LIGHT COMMERCIAL
For your light commercial needs, Fabral offers metal roofing and
siding to match the various building types.
RESIDENTIAL
Homeowners feel proud and confident with Fabral metal roofing
for the durability and sophisticated appearance.
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to say - “That won’t work.” Instead we go with - “Let’s see what we can do.” As the leading
provider of metal for building envelope solutions, we push the envelope.
We like it when you bring us a problem because we know we’ll find the solution. We have the
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CUSTOMER CARE
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Building Design and Construction
In order to ensure the anticipated performance and longevity,
protect metal panels from potentially corrosive situations and materials. When treated lumber will be in direct contact with metal
panels or flashings please note the following: Galvanized steel
is compatible with the CCA (Chromated Copper Arsenate) pressure-treated lumber that was predominantly used before 2004,
but not with the older Penta treated lumber or the new ACQ (Alkaline Copper Quartenary), CA (Copper Azole), or CBA (Copper
Boron Azole). Stainless steel or other special treated fasteners
should be used into these non-compatible pressure treated lumbers. Aluminum must be separated from contact with all treated
wood since the soluble copper in the preservative is corrosive to
aluminum. Likewise, dissimilar metals also require a protective
barrier between them to prevent galvanic corrosion. Request
FABRAL Technical Bulletins #803, 106, and 107 for more information on treated lumber and dissimilar metals.
Plastic, builders’ felt, bituminous paint, caulking, or gasket
material may be used to separate panels from treated wood and
dissimilar metals. When using aluminum panels in direct contact
with steel, use a separator as described above and fasten with
Stainless Steel screws.
Fertilizer, lime, acids, feeds, manure, soils, and many other
compounds also cause corrosion in metal panels. Contact between metal panels and any potentially corrosive materials should
be prevented.
Porous insulation materials may absorb and retain moisture,
and should not be used in direct contact with metal panels. Use a
vapor barrier such as polyethylene plastic or 30-lb felt to prevent
moisture from contacting both the insulation and the metal panel.
FABRAL’s translucent panels are intended for siding applications only. In all situations, foot traffic should be avoided on translucent panels. Translucent panels used in roofing applications will
break down in a short time and cause staining and premature
corrosion of the metal panels below. If used on roofs, apply butyl
caulking to separate the fiberglass panels from the metal. Translucent panels should be cleaned and sealed regularly, as recommended by the translucent panel manufacturer.
Purlins, Girts and Roof Deck
The substructure to which the metal panels are fastened must
be properly spaced and sufficiently thick to provide a roof or wall
system able to meet required design loads.
A 2” nominal lumber thickness or 1” nominal thickness are
both acceptable purlins. If snow guards are to be installed in the
future, a 2 x 8 purlin can be installed in the area for snow guard
installation. Call engineering for locations of 2 x 8 purlins. When
using purlins, FABRAL recommends a maximum spacing of 24”
on-center (note that 5V requires solid decking). Pullout values decrease if the fasteners protrude completely through the purlins.
Kiln-dried softwood is recommended for purlins or decking (pine,
fir, hemlock, and spruce). Hardwoods are difficult to fasten into
without splitting and contain tannic acids that are corrosive to
metal panels. Green (non-kiln-dried) lumber may warp, twist, and
shrink as the wood seasons fully, causing waviness in the panels as
well as loosening and leaking of the fasteners.
Solid decking is highly recommended for all residential applications. When using solid decking or sheathing, always use 30-lb
felt or underlayment and plan on using closer fastener spacing
and larger diameter #14 screws. (Refer to the tables on page
31).
On re-roofing projects where the condition of the old decking
is in question, or where existing shingles will be left in place, new
2x4 or 1x4 purlins should be fastened through the decking and
into the rafters. This will provide a solid framework for attaching
the metal panels. For more detailed information on re-roofing
applications, consult FABRAL Technical Bulletin #721, Re-Roofing
With Metal. Load tables are available for all FABRAL panels; contact FABRAL for additional information.
Roofing
Panel sidelaps should face away from wind driven rain. To
accomplish this, begin by installing the first sheet square with
the eave and gable at the down wind end of the roof, farthest
away from the source of prevailing winds or away from the primary
viewing location.
In applications requiring a panel endlap, please refer to the
detailed instructions in this booklet. For best results, lap panels as
shown and install in the indicated sequence. All endlaps require
sealant. When weather-tightness is critical, use sealant tape in
all sidelaps.
To provide a drip edge, allow an overhang of 1 to 2 inches at
the eave. At the gable edge, use a gable or sidewall flashing. This
will keep weather out, prevent lifting in high winds, and provide a
neat, finished appearance. The trim and roofing sheet should be
fastened every 12 to 24 inches along the gable edge. Do not step
on panel ribs or on trim pieces to prevent kinking.
Roof Pitch
The metal roofing panels shown in this manual require a minimum slope of 2½” per foot to ensure proper drainage. Refer to
the rain-carrying table in this booklet for the maximum allowable
panel length per slope that will provide adequate drainage. For
longer slopes and lower roof pitches, contact FABRAL for other
suitable profiles.
Bending and Bowing
Aluminum and Steel roofing and siding sheets are rollformed
from hardened, tempered metal for maximum strength. If a sheet
must be bent, a gentle 90-degree bend is the maximum recommended. Metal should not be re-bent once it has been formed,
nor should it be folded back on itself. When a metal roofing sheet
must be installed on a curved roof, screws should be installed at
every overlapping rib at the sheet ends to resist the natural tendency of the metal to spring back. The standard fastening pattern
is permitted over the rest of the sheet. When installing the metal
panels shown in this booklet over a curved arch, the minimum
radius of the arch is 18’ for aluminum panels and 24’ for steel panels. Use sealant tape or butyl caulking at all sidelaps and endlaps.
Additional care and fasteners must be provided when securing
the top and bottom purlins on an arched rafter building to prevent the curved panels from pulling the purlins loose from the rafters. Ring-shank pole barn nails, heavy wood screws, lag screws,
or bolts are often used for attaching these purlins.
Siding
Siding should be installed using the standard fastening and
overlap patterns to ensure optimum performance. For strong,
neat corners use hemmed corner flashings. Do not run siding
sheets all the way to the ground. Instead, provide a protective
base of concrete, masonry, treated wood, or similar material and
terminate the siding sheets 6” above grade.
If siding sheets are installed horizontally, use sealant tape or
butyl caulking at the vertical laps to ensure weather-tight joints.
Install panels from the bottom up so that water is directed away
from, and not into, the lap joints.
Fastening
FABRAL can supply either screws or nails for fastening into
dimension lumber. Always use screws with solid sheathing. Screws
for use with steel panels are galvanized and then coated with an
organic polymer for optimum corrosion resistance. For best results with aluminum panels, use #300 series stainless steel screws.
The FabrOseal® galvanized ring-shank nail, with its premium
long-life silicone rubber gasket, assures a lasting seal and is the
best nail available for steel panels when screws are not the method being used by the installer.
The correct way to fasten steel panels with nails is to drive
the nail through the top of the rib so the washer is compressed
securely against the metal. Nail placement must be in the ribs
for roofing applications to minimize the potential for roof leaks.
Over-driving the nail can split the washer and dimple the metal,
causing leaks.
Correct
Under-Driven
Over-Driven
Wood screws with combination metal and neoprene washers
should be installed in the flat area of the panel adjacent to the
ribs, and tightened such that the washer is compressed as illustrated above. This will ensure a lasting, leak-proof seal. Remove
any metal filings created by the drilling action of the screws or
pre-drilling of the holes to avoid rust staining on the panel surface. Refer to the fastening schedules in this booklet for the correct fastener locations.
Flashing and Trim
Always begin flashing installation from the bottom and work
up, so that upper flashings are lapped on top of lower flashings.
This will prevent moisture from leaking under the flashings and
into the structure. Endlap flashings a minimum of 6” and seal the
lap joints with sealant. Extend flashings 4-6” beyond the building,
cut along the bend lines, apply sealant, and fold the side flaps in
and the top flaps down to cap off the ends. Secure with pop-rivets
or stitch screws.
Some roof conditions, such as valleys, may require a longer
endlap and/or a larger flashing to properly drain moisture from
the roof. Factors that influence flashing size, shape, and endlap
requirements include roof pitch, roof geometry, slope length, and
climatic factors (such as heavy snowfall or rainfall).
Whenever possible, begin trim installation at the downwind
end of the roof, farthest away from the source of prevailing winds,
to allow flashing laps to face away from wind-driven rain. Refer to
the details in this book for the proper location of fasteners and
sealants.
The flashings and trims shown in this book are standard parts.
Custom trims are available to meet your specific design needs. If
you need a special trim, please furnish a drawing of the desired
shape, including dimensions and angles, to your Fabral dealer to
obtain pricing and availability.
Refer to the SMACNA Architectural Sheet Metal Manual for
additional information about detailing and installing flashings.
Safety
Always work safely when installing metal products and use
extreme caution on the roof at all times. Wear gloves and safety
glasses to reduce the risk of injury, and use hearing protection
when operating power tools. Always be sure that ladders are
safely positioned and properly secured. Safety harnesses or other
special equipment may be required; be sure to Consult OSHA
guidelines for compliance with all safety requirements.
Do Not walk on panels until all the fasteners are installed.
Metal roofing panels are slippery when wet, dusty, frosty, or oily
-- Do Not attempt to walk on a metal roof under these conditions.
Wear soft-soled shoes to improve traction and to minimize damage to the paint finish. Always be aware of your position on the
roof relative to any roof openings, roof edges, co-workers, and
penetrations. Installing metal panels or flashings on a windy day
can be dangerous and should be avoided if possible.
Cutting Aluminum Panels
To make a cut parallel to the ribs, score the panel deeply with a sharp utility knife and bend back-and-forth along the
score, breaking the metal off cleanly. For cuts across the ribs, use
straight-cut snips, electric or pneumatic shears, a portable profile
shear, or an electric nibbler. Some installers prefer using a circular
saw with a metal cutting blade (a fine-tooth hardwood blade, or a
standard combination blade reversed in the saw works also). Light
oil or soap on the blade will make cutting easier.
Cutting and Drilling Steel Panels
Steel panels may be cut with metal snips, electric or pneumatic shears, a portable profile shear, or an electric nibbler. Some
installers prefer using a circular saw to cut metal panels. Do Not
use self-consuming abrasive blades because of the following: 1.
Abrasive blades burn the paint and galvanizing at the cut edge,
leaving edges that are jagged and unsightly and rust more quickly
2. Abrasive blades produce hot metal filings that embed in the
paint and cause rust marks on the face of the panel. If saw cutting
cannot be avoided, select a carbide-tipped blade specially designed for cutting light-gage ferrous metal panels. These blades
are now available at many home centers and lumber yards. 1. All
saw cut panels must be turned face down and cut in a location
down-wind and well away from the building and other panels
to avoid embedment of metal filings on other panels 2. All saw
cut panels must be thoroughly wiped to ensure the removal of
all metal filings. Pre-drilling wall panels gives uniform alignment
of screw rows. Be sure to remove any filings once panels are installed to avoid rust marks from the filings.
Building Maintenance
A metal roof should be inspected annually and cleaned as
necessary to maintain its beauty and performance. Any debris
or residue, including leaves, twigs, and dust should be cleaned
off promptly to prevent moisture entrapment against the metal,
which may lead to finish deterioration or premature corrosion.
Flashings may need to be re-sealed periodically in order to maintain optimum weathertightness.
Proper Storage
Store metal panels indoors when possible; if outdoors, cover
and elevate. Elevate one side higher for water drainage. Never
cover in plastic; us a tarp that can breath. Allow for air circulation. If a bundle gets wet, break bands and separate sheets; allow
sheets to dry completely and only restack if completely dry. Product should be stored for a maximum of 2-4 weeks before being
installed.
Spray Foam Insulation
When insulating metal with spray foam insulation, the first
application layer should be getting the insulation behind all framing members. When completing the insulation, ensure the spray
foam is installed in 2” thick layers (maximum) until desired thickness is achieved.
STEEL PANELS
Grandrib 3 ®
29 Gauge Steel, Plain and Painted Galvanized
3/4"Formed
Formed Width
37 37
3/4”
Width
36" Coverage
36”
Coverage
9"
9”
3/4"
3/4”
SCREW PATTERNS
Intermediate Roof Purlins and All Siding
NAIL PATTERNS
All Supports
Eaves and Endlaps - Roof Purlins
80 screws per square or 1 pound of nails per square
See page 11 for a load table
MP Panel™
NAIL PATTERNS
All Supports
SCREW PATTERNS
3/4" Formed Width
37 3/4”37Formed
Width
36" Coverage
36” Coverage
9"
9”
Intermediate Roof Purlins and All Siding
Eaves and Endlaps - Roof Purlins
3/4"
3/4”
*Not all profiles are available in all areas. Please contact Fabral for availability
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STEEL PANELS
NAIL PATTERN
Mighti-Rib ®
SCREW PATTERN
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES AND ENDLAPS
39” Formed Width
36” Coverage
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
Purlin
Bearing
Leg
12”
1 1/4”
Please see Mighti-Rib specific trims on page 20
5V Crimp
NAIL PATTERN
USE ON SOLID DECKING
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
26"Formed
Formed Width
26”
Width
24" Coverage
24”
Coverage
1/2”
1/2"
1”
1"
1”
1"
SCREW PATTERN
12"
12”
1/2”
1/2"
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
ProClad
Sidelap Detail
SCREW PATTERNS
Intermediate Roof Purlins and All Siding
36” Coverage
9”
Eaves and Endlaps - Roof Purlins
5/8”
1 1/4” Corrugated
26” Formed Width
24” Coverage
1 1/4”
SCREW PATTERN
1/4”
2 1/2” Corrugated
NAIL PATTERN
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
SCREW PATTERN
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
NAIL PATTERN
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
26” Formed Width
24” Coverage
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
2 1/2”
1/2”
*Not all profiles are available in all areas. Please contact Fabral for availability
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STEEL PANELS
Prime Rib®
38" Formed Width
36" Coverage
1"
3"
1"
1/2"
Grandbeam®
1" Formed Width
424
36" Coverage
9"
1
2"
7"
8
4"
9"
416
100°
3"
18
Note: Grandbeam has panel specific flashings available
134°
134°
StrongClad®
36”
5/8”
9”
*Not all profiles are available in all areas. Please contact Fabral for availability
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ALUMINUM PANELS
Grandrib 3 ®
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
3/4" Formed Width
37 3/4”37Formed
Width
36" Coverage
36” Coverage
9"
9”
3/4"
3/4”
Strongrib ®
.018 Aluminum, Plain and Painted White
SCREW PATTERN
Correct Strongrib
Sidelap
BUTYL SEALANT
LOCATION (OPTIONAL
FIELD APPLIED)
PURLIN BEARING
LEG
3/4”
9”
36” Coverage (37 3/4” Formed Width)
INTERMEDIATE ROOF PURLINS AND ALL SIDING
EAVE AND ENDLAPS - ROOF PURLINS
2 1/2”
Fabrib ®
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
51 3/16” Overall
2 2/3”
3/4”
48” Coverage
AluTwin
Other widths available
50 1/4” Overall
48” Coverage
8”
2 1/2” Corrugated
26” Formed Width
24” Coverage
2 1/2”
7/16”
1/2”
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - EAVES, RIDGES, AND ENDLAPS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
ROOFING - INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS
SIDING - ALL SUPPORTS
*Not all profiles are available in all areas. Please contact Fabral for availability
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ESTIMATING & ROOF TYPES
Estimating Metal Roofing,
Siding & Flashings
Panel lengths are to be determined by the truss
top chord or actual field measurements. Remember to add for overhangs at the eaves; subtract
for a gap at the ridge. Siding should be kept up
away from the ground with a skirt board.
Number of Panels
The coverage of the panel being used will determine the number of panels at a length (i.e.: 3’
coverage panel on a 30 ft. long building would
require 10 panels on each side of the ridge or 20
panels at the particular length.)
Gambrel Roof
Horizontal Measurement to a Roof
Divide the building width in half, then multiply
by the slope factor (i.e.: 40’ wide building with
4/12 slope. 40 divided by 2 equals 20’ times 1.054
equals 21’-1” in slope dimension.) Allow for 1/2”
to 1” gap at peak and 1” to 2” eave overhang.
Roof Pitch
Slope Factor
3/12
4/12
5/12
6/12
8/12
10/12
12/12
1.031
1.054
1.083
1.120
1.202
1.302
1.414
Transition Roof
Flashing Conditions
Roof - Eave, Ridge, Gable, Sidewall, Endwall,
Valley, Hip, Transition, Gambrel, Soffits
Siding - Base Perimeter, Corners, Inside Corners,
Man Doors, Windows, Sliding Doors, Overhead
Doors
Please contact Fabral’s Engineering Department for all your estimating & specification needs.
800.477.2741
717.735.1257 Fax
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Hip Roof
LOAD TABLES & TESTING
GRANDRIB 3
Load-Span Tables For 29 Gauge Grandrib 3
Allowable Wind Uplift Loads (psf)
Spacing of Fastener Rows
Substrate
3/4" Plywood
5/8" Plywood
1/2" Plywood
23/32" OSB
19/32" OSB
7/16" OSB
Solid 2x SPF
Solid 1x Pine
Solid 2x SPF
Solid 1x Pine
Fastener
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#14 Woodtite
#9 WoodFast
#9 WoodFast
Screws per Square
9"
275.6
12"
206.7
15"
165.4
18"
137.8
21"
118.1
24"
103.4
160
135.9
115.9
120
101.9
86.9
96
81.5
69.5
80
67.9
57.9
68.6
58.2
49.7
60
51.0
43.5
100.7
75.5
60.4
50.3
43.1
37.8
61.5
293
207.1
46.1
220.0
155.3
36.9
176.0
124.2
30.7
146.7
103.5
26.3
125.7
88.7
23.1
110.0
77.7
218.7
164.0
131.2
109.3
93.7
168.4
126.3
101.0
84.2
72.2
82.0
63.2
190
150
120
100
90
80
T he Above L oads and fas tener quantities are bas ed on the s tandard fas tening
s chedule s hown on page 6 of this book, with the fas tener having an embedment
depth of 1" into the s olid wood and penetrating the plywood or OS B . C ontact
F AB R AL for additional des ign information on our products .
UL RATINGS
UL790 Class A Fire Rating applies to all Steel panels 29 ga and thicker and
all Aluminum panels .032” and thicker.
UL2218 Class 4 Hail Impact Rating applies to all Steel panels 29 ga and
thicker and all Aluminum panels .032” and thicker.
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Zee
p. 18
Base
Guard
p. 35
Drip Cap
p. 36
J-Channel/
Doors/Windows
p. 36
Gable
p. 31
Endwall
p. 27
Inside Corner
p. 41
Ridge/Peak
p. 34
BUILDING DETAILS
POST FRAME
Sidewall
p. 28
Sliding Door
Track Cover
p. 39
Outside
Corner
p. 41
Eave
p. 26
RIDGE/PEAK
CHIMNEY
VALLEY
ENDWALL
PIPE PENETRATION
TRANSITION
SIDEWALL
EAVE
SKYLIGHT
GABLE/RAKE
HIP
RESIDENTIAL exposed-fastener panel
BUILDING DETAILS
1. Determine the thickness and type of substrate to be used to support the metal roofing.
Solid decking is highly recommended for all residential applications
(i.e., plywood, OSB).
2. Refer to the Load-Span tables to select the proper fastener and spacing to meet loads on
your structure. Nails are NOT recommended for residential applications.
3. Consult local building codes and restrictions to determine acceptable methods of construction for residential applications in your area.
4. Solid decking with 30# felt or synthetic underlayment for residential applications is
recommended. Ice & water shield or similar self-adhesive membrane is recommended at all
valleys, dormers, chimneys, transitions, skylights and other critical areas.
5. When re-roofing with metal panels over an existing shingle roof, metal panels may be installed
directly over shingles with underlayment, or 2x4 purlins or 1x4 furring strips.
6. Zip board sheathing, which has a “built in” vapor barrier, is an acceptable substrate
and vapor barrier.
7. Request Fabral’s technical bulletins # 720 and # 721 for more details on residential roofing.
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POST FRAME FLASHING DETAILS
ENDLAP & RAIN CARRYING TABLES
1. Apply 3/32” x 1/2” butyl endlap sealant on bottom
panel just below centerline of purlin (see endlap
diagram for location) on panel #1.
2. Apply sidelap sealant on panel #1 and connect
to endlap sealant.
3. Place panel #2 so it overlaps panel #1, 12”
as shown. Install screws per endlap fastening
pattern.
4. Apply sidelap sealant on panel #2 to connect to
sidelap sealant of panel #1.
5. Place panel #3 over sidelap of #1 and #2.
6. Apply endlap sealant on panel #3.
7. Apply sidelap sealant on panel #3 and connect
with endlap sealant.
8. Place panel #4 over endlap of panel #3.
Install screws per endlap pattern.
9. Repeat sequence for entire roof.
D
ALUMINUM
ROOF PANEL
STEP #1
CONTINUOUS BEAD OF 3/32" x 1/2"
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
DOWN SLOPE
STEEL
STEP #2
3 1/2"
10" To Sealant
FASTENERS @
ENDLAP PATTERN
ROOF PANEL
DOWN SLOPE
6 1/2"
2"
OVERLAPPING
FROM PURLIN EDGE
PR
EV
ENDLAP TAPE ALIGN
WITH PURLIN EDGE
5
1
4
2
WHEN INSTALLING 2 1/2" OR 1 1/4"
CORRUGATED ROOFING USE
INSTALLATION SEQUENCE AS SHOWN
Panel
Name
Panel
Alu-Tuff
Name
EAVE
OVERHANG
1" TO 2"
(IN
"L"
ST
AR
TE
ND
ALLOWABLE PANEL LENGTHS (ft.) ALONG
THE SLOPE FOR
4" RAINFALL
HOUR
ALLOWABLE
PANEL
LENGTHS PER
(ft.) ALONG
Roof
Slope
THE SLOPE FOR 4" RAINFALL PER HOUR
Minimum Slope 2 1/2:12
3:12
Roof Slope
3 1/2:12
4:12
5:12
6:12
58
2 1/2:12
Minimum
Slope 2 1/2:12
61
3:12
64
3 1/2:12
67
4:12
73
5:12
78
6:12
Grandrib
Alu-Tuff 3
2 1/2:12
58
61
64
67
73
78
Prime Rib3
Grandrib
2 1/2:12
39
58
41
61
43
64
45
67
49
73
53
78
5V
Prime Rib
2 1/2:12
43
39
45
41
47
43
49
45
54
49
58
53
5V
2 1/2" Corrugated
2 1/2:12
28
43
29
45
31
47
32
49
35
54
38
58
1 1/2"
1/4" Corrugated
2
2 1/2:12
16
28
16
29
17
31
18
32
20
35
21
38
Alutwin
1 1/4" Corrugated
2 1/2:12
37
16
39
16
41
17
43
18
46
20
50
21
Fabrib
Alutwin
2 1/2:12
32
37
34
39
36
41
38
43
41
46
44
50
Fabrib
32 Rain-Carrying
34
36 Tables
38
44
2 1/2:12
41
Notes For
1. All values based on a 1-hour duration storm of 4"/hr. intensity.
Notes
For
2. Values represent the point
at which
theRain-Carrying
panel ribs will flood. Tables
1.
values
based on of
a 1-hour
duration
storm
of 4"/hr.
intensity.
3. All
Size
and frequency
penetrations
can
greatly
reduce
the amount of water removed from a rooof.
2.
represent
point
at which the panel ribs will flood.
4. Values
All panel
endlaps the
must
be caulked.
3.
Size
and
frequency
of
penetrations
can
greatly
reduce
thesidelaps.
amount of water removed from a rooof.
5. When weather-tightness is crtical, use sealant tape in all
4. All panel endlaps must be caulked.
5. When weather-tightness is crtical, use sealant tape in all sidelaps.
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ET
SKIRT BOARD OF
TREATED LUMBER OR
FOUNDATION OF BLOCK
12" TO 18" FROM
GROUND LEVEL
WI
ND
SIDELAP TAP
THIS EDG
3
3
1
ING
END
2
5
AIL
4
SIDELAP TAPE
THIS EDGE
SIDELAP TAPE
THIS EDGE
PURLIN
3 1/2"
12" Total Lap
INSTALLATION SEQUENCE
FOR STRONGRIB, GRANDRIB 3,
5V CRIMP, ALU-TWIN
ENDLAP TAPE
THIS EDGE
6 1/2"
2"
OVERLAPPING
FROM PURLIN EDGE
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STANDARD POST FRAME
FLASHINGS & TRIMS
All flashing is 10’ 6” in length & available in steel & aluminum, unless otherwise noted.
Please contact Fabral for specifics on the trim available in your area.
AJ2
Jamb Trim
AJ3
J Channel
AJ4
Jamb Trim
AJ6
Jamb Trim
AJ5
Jamb Trim
#45 Liner Channel
F-J Trim
RJ8
J Channel
PJFB
One Piece Door Trim
RJ9
F-J Trim
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POST FRAME FLASHINGS & TRIMS
AG4
Gable
AC1
Corner
Longer Lengths
Available
AG1
Gable/Rake
Longer Lengths
Available
AC3
Corner
Longer Lengths
Available
AC2
Inside Corner
AC4
Corner
Longer Lengths
Available
RG1
Residential
Gable
WG1
Residential
Gable
Longer Lengths
Available
AH3
Double Door
Track Cover
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AH2
Door Track Cover
Longer Lengths
Available
AH4
Door Track
Cover
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AH5
Door Track
Cover
POST FRAME FLASHINGS & TRIMS
AH6
Door Track
Cover
RR1
Universal
Ridge/Hip
Flash
AR3
Ridge Cap
CP1
Monoslope
Ridge
AR3 w/ Versavent RX-10
Ridge Cap
SB
Snow Break
AT1
Transition
Flash
CE1
Denver Eave
AT2
Gambrel
Flash
ASW1
Sidewall/Endwall
Flash
AEWN4
Notched
Endwall Flash
AGRN4
Notched
Gambrel Flash
Notched
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*Other sizes are
available
upon request
AL6
Angle Flashing
AL2, 3, 4, 5
Angle Flashing
AL7
Angle Flashing
Longer Lengths Available
AL9
Angle Flashing
AL8
Angle Flashing
ABG1
Base
Guard
AL10
Angle Flashing
203 Box Base
AB1
Soffit Box
AZ2
Zee
AB3
Soffit Box
AD1
Drip Cap
7 1/2"
AB2
Soffit Box
7 1/4"
AB4
Soffit Box
2 1/2"
RV1
Valley Flash
AE1
Eave Flash
RV2
W-Valley Flash
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Residential Eave
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STANDARD RESIDENTIAL exposed-fastener panel
FLASHINGS & TRIMS
All flashing is 10’ 6” in length & available in steel & aluminum, unless otherwise noted.
Please contact Fabral for specifics on the trim available in your area.
RG1
Residential
Gable
CE1
Denver Eave
AR3
Ridge Cap
RR1
Universal Ridge/Hip
Flash
RE1
Residential Eave
ASW1
Sidewall/
Endwall Flash
AG4
Gable
WG1
Residential
Gable
RV1
Valley Flash
RV2
W-Valley Flash
AT1
Transition Flash
CP1
Monoslope
Ridge
AT2
Gambrel
Flash
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POST FRAME FLASHINGS & TRIMS
STANDARD MIGHTI-RIB®
FLASHINGS & TRIMS
All Mighti-Rib specific flashing is 10’ 6” in length & available in steel, unless otherwise
noted. Please contact Fabral for specifics on the trim available in your area.
FH1
Head/Sill
Flashing
FR4
Ridge Cap
FE2
Eave Flashing
FT1
Endwall/
Transition Flash
FC4
Inside Corner
Flash
FC3
Gable/Outside
Corner Flash
FJ4
Zee Flash
FJ3
J Channel
Flashing
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NOTES
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SYSTEM COMPONENTS
SNOW GUARDS
Exposed Fastener
Panel
Grandrib 3®
Mighti-Rib®
MP Panel™
5V Crimp
2 1/2” Corrugated
ProClad
MINI
CL
#640
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SM
X
X
X
MINI Clear Snow Guard
• Available in premium polycarbonate plastic
with UV stabilizers
• Provides maximum protection at a moderate
price point
• Two-to-one base-to-blade ratio
• 4.5 sq.in. and gusseted blade snow pocket
• Typically installed by adhering to and mechanically fastened to the roofing panel
Snow Boss Snow Guards (#640)
• “Traditional Shape” solid cast aluminum
• Applied to the mid-panel on all standing, batten and flat seam roofs
• Typically installed by adhering to and mechanically fastened to the roofing panel
• Low profile protection, ideal for 1” x 2” purlins
• Non-Stock item, inquire for lead time
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X
X
CL Snow Guard
• Available in premium polycarbonate plastic
with UV stabilizers
• Unique vent rib systems allows for adhesive out
gassing
• Three-to-one base-to-blade ratio adds significantly to strength
SM Snow Guard
• Available in cast aluminum
• Typically installed by adhering to and mechanically fastened to the roofing panel
• Very effective where there are no suitable
seams
• Non-Stock item, inquire for lead time
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
FASTENERS
For more information, review Fabral’s installation manuals.
#9-16 WoodFast
#14-10 WoodTite
•
Use with dimensional lumber
•
Use to fasten metal to plywood or OSB
•
Available in 1”, 1 1/2”, 2”, 2 1/2” and 3”
•
Use for trim attachment
•
1/4” hex head, EPDM/metal washer
•
Available in 1”, 1 1/2”, and 2”
•
Oxyseal Long-Life Coating
•
5/16” hex head, EPDM/metal washer
•
Plain or Painted
•
Oxyseal Long-Life Coating
•
250/bag
•
Plain or Painted
•
250/bag
#9-16 300 Series Stainless Steel
#10-14 410 Stainless Steel
•
Use for high corrosive environments
•
Use with 26 gauge or thinner to avoid pre-drilling
•
Use with ALUMINUM panels
•
NOT as corrosive resistant as the 300 Series
•
Available in 1”, 1 1/2”, and 2”
•
Steel is harder than 300 Series
•
1/4” hex head, EPDM/metal washer
•
Available in 1”, 1 1/2”, and 2”
•
Use with treated lumber
•
1/4” hex head, EPDM/metal washer
•
Plain or Painted
•
Use with steel panels installed on treated lumber
•
250/bag
•
Plain or Painted
•
250/bag
#10-16 Ultimate WoodTite
#12 x 3/4” Stitch Screw
•
Use with ALL panels
•
•
Available in 1”, 1 1/2”, 2”, 2 1/2” and 3”
•
5/16” case zinc hex head
•
Use with STEEL panels
•
Hex head & washer all one piece
•
Used to stitch sidelaps for exposed fastener panels
•
Plain
•
Used for miscellaneous metal to metal attachments
•
250/bag
•
1/4” hex head, EPDM/metal washer
•
Plain or Painted
•
250/bag
Used for attachment of trim to top of seam for screw
flange panels
UNDERLAYMENT
30-Year Peel & Stick
PRODUCT SPECS:
50-Year Synthetic
PRODUCT SPECS:
30-Year Synthetic
PRODUCT SPECS:
25-Year Synthetic
PRODUCT SPECS:
• Watertight Self-Sealing Under-
• Installation Requires
• Installation Requires
• Installation Requires
layment
mechanical fasteners
mechanical fasteners
mechanical fasteners
• Asphalt-to-Asphalt Lap System
• Roll Size: 4’ W x 250’ L
• Roll Size: 4’ W x 250’ L
• Roll Size: 4’ W x 250’ L
• Roll Size: 3’ W x 72’ L
• Minimum Thickness: .75mm
• Minimum Thickness: .63mm
• Minimum Thickness: .43mm
• Minimum Thickness: 1.1mm
• Square Ft Per Roll: 1,000
• Square Ft Per Roll: 1,000
• Square Ft Per Roll: 1,000
• Square Ft Per Roll: 200
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ACCESSORIES
VENTING & CLOSURES
Ridge Cap Vent Specifications:
•
•
•
•
Venting factory applied to the ridge cap
Save up to half of your installation time
Non-profile specific material
Clean, dust free installation
Virtually NO WASTED material
• 1 1/2” x 3” material provides 17 sq.
inches/lineal foot free area at the ridge
Available attached to ridge cap as RX-10
version and as X-10 version for field installation; not pre-applied to ridge cap
Profile Fit Vent-Strip
Specifications:
• Available in Climaguard,
Grandrib 3 and Mighti-Rib profiles
• Lower, custom-fit profile
• Moisture and pest barrier
• Non-obtrusive appearance
• Reduces utility costs
• One-person installation
RV35 and RV100
Specifications:
LP2 Closure Specifications:
• Available in Grandrib 3, Strongrib,
1 1/4” Corrugated, 2 1/2” Corrugated and
5V profiles
• 10.66 sq. in. per lineal ft. of ridge
(5.33 / side)
• 10’ long metal ridge vent
• Variety of colors available
Profile Fit Vent- Roll
Specifications:
• Available in Grandrib 3 and 5V profiles
• 10.66 sq. in. per lineal ft. of ridge (5.33 / side)
TRANSLUCENT PANELS
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Fiberglass:
Polycarbonate:
• Grandrib 3 - White, Green - 8’, 10’, 12’;
Strongrib - White - 10’, 12’;
Fabrib - Green - 12’
• Grandrib 3- Clear & White - 8’, 10’, 12’ ;
Mighti-Rib - Clear & White - 12’
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ACCESSORIES
PIPE BOOTS
EPDM Specifications:
Pipe Sizes:
• Colors: gray and black
• Up to 2500 F
Base Diameter
7 3/4” 10 3/4”
16 1/2”
Item No.
3
5
8
min max
1/4”
5”
4 1/4” 7 1/2”
7”
13”
Silicon Specifications:
•
•
•
•
Color: orange
Up to 4500 F
Ranging for pipe sizes from 1” to 13”
Larger sizes available on request
FLAT SHEETS
Product Specifications:
• Used for field forming crickets around
chimney, skylights and penetrations,
and special flashing as necessary
• 29 gauge painted and plain galvanized
• Full width (40’ 13/16” x 10’ 6”)
• Grade 33 steel for better hemming,
forming and flexibility for field forming
SEALANT & SEALER STRIP
Sealant Specifications:
Sealant Tape Specifications:
•
•
•
•
•
• 3/16” x 1/4” x 40’ (sidelap)
• 3/32” x 1/2” x 50’ (endlap)
• 1/8” x 2” x 30’
Waterproof sealant to fill gaps up to 1”
UV-resistant
Permanent flexibility - won’t crack
Standard color: gray (stocked)
Up to 50 additional color options
(non stocked)
Asphalt Impregnated Sealer Strip
Specifications:
• Use at valleys and hips
• 1” x 1” x 19’ 6.8” long
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POST FRAME
TRIM DETAILS
INSIDE CLOSURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
ROOF PANEL
FLASH CE-1
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENER @ EVERY
MAJOR RIB
SIDING PANEL
ROOF PURLIN
POST
EAVE
ROOF TRUSS
TOP PLATE
INSIDE CLOSURE
3. EAVE (PAGE 15)
ROOF PANEL
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
FLASH CE-1
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
EAVE PURLIN
FLASH AB-1, AB-2,
AB-3, OR AB-4
FASTENER
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
SIDING PANEL
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
TOP PLATE
BOX EAVE
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
INSIDE CLOSURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
FABRAL ALUMINUM SOFIT
ROOF PANEL
TOP PLATE
FLASH CE-1
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
F/J TRIM
SIDING PANEL
FASTENER
VENTED EAVE
5. VENTED EAVE (PAGE 16)
SIDING PANEL
FASTENER PER STANDARD EAVE PATTERN
GIRT
INSIDE CLOSURE
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
FLASH ASW-1
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
PURLIN
ENDWALL
ROOF PANEL
OUSIDE CLOSURE
12. ENDWALL (PAGE 21)
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
ENDWALL- NOTCHED
SIDING PANEL
FASTENER PER STANDARD EAVE PATTERN
GIRT
INSIDE CLOSURE
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
NOTCHED FLASH
AEW-N4 OR AEW-N5
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
PURLIN
ROOF PANEL
OUSIDE CLOSURE
13. ENDWALL
- NOTCHED (PAGE 21)
SIDING PANEL
SIDEWALL
FASTENER PER STANDARD EAVE PATTERN
GIRT
SEALER STRIP W/ BUTYL
SEALANT TAPE
FLASH ASW-1 FIELD
BEND AS REQUIRED
2" FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PANEL
PURLIN
SLOPING RAFTER
ROOF PANEL
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
RIDGE TRIM
DORMER VALLEY
OUTSIDE CLOSURE, TAPE
SEALANT TOP & BOTTOM
ROOF PANEL
UNIVERSAL CLOSURE, TAPE
SEALANT TOP & BOTTOM
LOWER VALLEY TRIM
BUTYL TAPE SEALANT
PEEL & STICK
UNDERLAYMENT
UPPER VALLEY TRIM
VALLEY
LARGER VALLEYS MAY BE REQUIRED
FOR LONG ROOF PANEL RUNS OR
HEAVY SNOW AREAS.
CUT ROOF PANEL AS
NECESSARY
NOTE: ROOF PANEL OMITTED ON
OTHER SIDE OF RIDGE FOR CLARITY.
39. DORMER VALLEYS (PAGE 43)
RV-2 SHOWN
SCREWS EACH SIDE OF MAIN RIB
(EAVE / ENDLAP PATTERN)
PEEL & STICK
SEALER STRIP, 1" X 1" X 19'-8"
BLOCK CLOSURE, FILL RIB VOIDS
ROOF STRUCTURE, SOLID
2X'S OR PLYWOOD
BUTYL SEALANT TOP & BOTTOM
OF SEALER STRIP
NOTE: VALLEY FLASH MUST HAVE SOLID SUPPORT
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
ROOF PANEL
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP &
BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FLASH AT-2 OR AGR-N4
(GRANDRIB 3)
INSIDE
CLOSURE
OUSIDE
CLOSURE
ROOF PANEL
PURLIN
GAMBREL
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
NOTE: SPECIFY BOTH ROOF PITCHES WHEN ORDERING
AT-2 FLASH. AGRN-4 FOR GRANDRIB 3 AND AGRN-5 FOR
STRONGRIB ARE FOR 3/12 TO 15/12 GAMBRELS.
16. GAMBREL (PAGE 23)
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP &
BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENERS PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
INSIDE
CLOSURE
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
PURLIN
FLASH AT-1
ROOF PANEL
OUSIDE CLOSURE
NOTE: SPECIFY BOTH ROOF PITCHES
WHEN ORDERING AT-1. STANDARD IS
9/12 TO 3/12.
TRANSITION
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
BOX GABLE
ROOF PANEL
VERSION 1
FLASH AC-1 OR AC-4
ROOF PURLIN
FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
FLASH AB-1, AB-2,
AB-3, OR AB-4
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER @ EVERY
MAJOR RIB
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF SEALER STRIP
END RAFTER
FASTENER
24" O.C. MAX.
SIDING PANEL
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
BOX GABLE
VERSION 2
1. BOX GABLE (PAGE X)
ROOF PANEL
FLASH AG-1
ROOF PURLIN
FLASH AB-1, AB-2,
AB-3, OR AB-4
FASTENER @ EVERY
MAJOR RIB
FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF SEALER STRIP
FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
END RAFTER
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
SIDING PANEL
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
GABLE
ROOF PANEL
VERSION 1
FLASH AG-4
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
PURLIN
FASTENER @ EVERY
MAJOR RIB
SIDING PANEL
END RAFTER
OPTIONAL BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
TOP AND BOTTOM OF SEALER STRIP
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
GABLE
VERSION 2
10. GABLE (PAGE 19)
ROOF PANEL
FLASH AC-1 OR AC-4
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
PURLIN
FASTENER @ EVERY
MAJOR RIB
SIDING PANEL
END RAFTER
OPTIONAL BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
TOP AND BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
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FLYING
GABLE
DETAIL
OVERHANG ROOF PANELS TO
CREATE APPROX. 1" OVERHANG
CE-1
UNDERLAYMENT
BUTYL SEALANT TOP &
BOTTOM OF SEALER STRIP
SEALER STRIP (ASPHALT
IMPREGNATED)
FASTENER
FASCIA BOARD
2" FASTENER @ GABLE (PAGE 20)
11. FLYING
EVERY MAIN RIB
MONOSLOPE RIDGE CAP
OUSIDE CLOSURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
SIDING
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
MONOSLOPE RIDGE
SLOPING RAFTER
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
RIDGE/PEAK- NON VENTED
AR-3, RIDGE
FLASHING
2" LONG FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
ROOF PANEL
OUTSIDE CLOSURE (ON HIP ROOFS, USE 1" X
1" X19'-8" SEALER STRIP & RR-1 FLASHING)
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP &
BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
ROOF PURLIN
6. RIDGE/PEAK - NON VENTED (PAGE 16)
CUT 4-BEND RIDGE CAP
FOR FINISHED END
AR-3, RR-1
RIDGE FLASH
VENTED RIDGE
2" LONG FASTENER
@ EVERY MAIN RIB
ROOF PANEL
VERSAVENT RX-10
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PURLIN
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ALTERNATE VENTED RIDGE
RR-1 RIDGE FLASH
2-1/2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
ROOF PANEL FASTENER
PER STANDARD PATTERN
CORRUGATED VENT
OPTIONAL J-CHANNEL FOR SUPPORT
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF PANEL
ROOF STRUCTURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE WITH BUTYL
SEALANT TOP AND BOTTOM
BASE GUARD
8. ALT. VENTED RIDGE (PAGE 17)
SIDING PANEL
STAINLESS STEEL FASTENER PER
STANDARD SIDING PATTERN
INSIDE CLOSURE (OPTIONAL)
FLASH ABG-1
BARRIER BETWEEN METAL AND
ACQ TREATED LUMBER
TREATED BASE PLANK
FLOOR
GRADE
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
DOOR
HEADER
DOOR HEADER
SIDING PANEL
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
FLASH AD-1
FLASH AL-2, AL-3, AL-4,
AL-5, OR AL-7
DOOR STOP
DOOR
GIRT
DOOR JAMB
31. DOOR HEADER (PAGE 28)
SIDING PANEL
VERSION 1
DOOR JAMB
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
DOOR STOP
DOOR
FLASH PJFB
FASTENER
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DOOR JAMB
VERSION 2
GIRT
SIDING PANEL
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
DOOR JAMB
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FLASH AL-2, AL-3, AL-4, AL-5, OR AL-7
DEPENDING ON WIDTH OF JAMB
DOOR STOP
DOOR
FLASH AJ-3
FASTENER
DOOR JAMB
VERSION 3
GIRT
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
SIDING PANEL
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
24. DOOR JAMBSFASTENER
(PAGE 26)
DOOR JAMB
FLASH AJ-2
1 X 3 DOOR STOP
DOOR
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
OVERHEAD
DOOR JAMBS
VERSION 1
VERSION 3
GIRT
DOOR JAMB
GIRT
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
POST
POST
OVERHEAD DOOR
SIDING
PANEL
OVERHEAD DOOR
SIDING
PANEL
DOOR JAMB
DOOR JAMB
DOOR JAMB
FLASH AL-3, AL-4,
AL-5, OR AL-7
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER
FLASH AL-5 OR AL-7
1 X 3 GUIDE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FLASH AJ-4
FASTENER
1 X 3 GUIDE
FLASH AJ-3
26. OVERHEAD DOOR JAMBS (PAGE 27)
VERSION 2
GIRT
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
SIDING
PANEL
29. OVERHEAD DOOR JAMBS (PAGE 27)
VERSION 4
DOOR JAMB
GIRT
DOOR JAMB
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
POST
OVERHEAD DOOR
POST
OVERHEAD DOOR
SIDING PANEL
DOOR JAMB
DOOR JAMB
FASTENER
1 X 3 GUIDE
FLASH PJFB
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER
1 X 3 GUIDE
FLASH AJ-2
27. OVERHEAD DOOR JAMBS (PAGE 27)
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30. OVERHEAD DOOR JAMBS (PAGE 27)
POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
WALL GIRT
SIDING PANEL
POST
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER
2 X 2 FILLER BLOCK
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER
OPTIONAL AL-3 TRIM
AJ-4 JAMB TRIM
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FLASH AL-6
FLASH AJ-3
FASTENER
SIDING PANEL
SLIDING DOOR
SLIDING DOOR JAMB
32. SLIDING DOOR JAMB DETAIL (PAGE 28)
SLIDING DOOR HEADER
SLIDING DOOR BASE
SIDING PANEL
SIDING PANEL ON
SLIDING DOOR
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
FLASH AH-2, AH-3, AH-4, OR AH-5 DEPENDING
ON PARTICULAR MANUFACTURER'S DOOR
TRACK BEING USED
SLIDING DOOR GIRT
OVERHEAD DOOR TRACK
FLASH AD-1
FASTENERS PER FASTENER PATTERN
TREATED BASE PLANK
TRACK SUPPORT
FLOOR
2 X 6 TRACK BOARD
GRADE
SLIDING DOOR GIRT
SIDING PANEL ON
SLIDING DOOR
33. SLIDING DOOR HEADER (PAGE 29)
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DOOR BASE
POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
WINDOW
SILL
WINDOW
HEADER
WINDOW UNIT
SIDING PANEL
1 X 6, BEVELED
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FLASH AJ-3
2X4
2X4
INSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
AD1 DRIP CAP
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
WINDOW UNIT
SIDING PANEL
37. WINDOW HEADER (PAGE
36. WINDOW SILL (PAGE 30)
WINDOW
JAMB
METAL SIDING OR TRANSLUCENT
ROOF PANEL
GIRT
SIDING PANEL
TRANSLUCENT
PANEL
2" FASTENER @ EVERY MAIN
RIB OR 12" O.C. MAX.
2X4
FLASH AZ-2
FASTENER
OPTIONAL BUTYL
SEALANT TAPE
FLASH AJ-3
WINDOW UNIT
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
INSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
(OPTIONAL)
GIRT
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
METAL SIDING OR
TRANSLUCENT ROOF PANEL
8. WINDOW JAMB (PAGE 30)
35.
40
TRANSLUCENT ROOF PANEL (PAGE
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POST FRAME TRIM DETAILS
POST
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
GIRT
FLASH AC-2
SIDING PANEL
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
INSIDE CORNER
VERSION 1
GIRT
SIDING PANEL
21. INSIDE CORNER (PAGE 25)
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
POST
VERSION 2
GIRT
SIDING PANEL
FASTENERS PER
FASTENER PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT
TAPE
POST
FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
FLASH AC-1 OR AC-4
19. OUTSIDE CORNER (PAGE 24)
OUTSIDE CORNERS
FASTENER @
24" O.C. MAX.
FLASH AC-1 OR AC-4
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RESIDENTIAL exposed-fastener panel
TRIM DETAILS
All residential flashings are formed for a 4/12 pitch unless otherwise requested by the customer.
RESIDENTIAL VENTED EAVE
UNDERLAYMENT
INSIDE CLOSURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
FABRAL ALUMINUM SOFIT
ROOF PANEL
TOP PLATE
FLASH CE-1
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
F/J TRIM
SIDING PANEL
FASTENER
RESIDENTIAL EAVE
44. RES. VENTED EAVE (PAGE 35)
ROOF STRUCTURE
UNDERLAYMENT
FLASH CE-1
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
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BUTYL TAPE SEALANT ON TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
INSIDE CLOSURE
RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
RESIDENTIAL ENDWALL
SIDING
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
FLASH ASW-1
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
ROOF PANEL
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
RESIDENTIAL SIDEWALL
47. RES. ENDWALL (PAGE 36)
SIDING
FLASH ASW-1 FIELD BEND
AS REQUIRED
2" FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PANEL
ROOFING FELT AND ICE AND
WATERSHIELD FOR ADDED
WEATHER TIGHTNESS
ROOFING STRUCTURE
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
RESIDENTIAL VALLEY
SCREWS EACH SIDE OF MAIN RIB
(EAVE / ENDLAP PATTERN)
CUT ROOF PANEL
AS NECESSARY
RV-2 SHOWN
PEEL & STICK
SEALER STRIP, 1" X 1" X 19'-8"
BLOCK CLOSURE, FILL RIB VOIDS
ROOF STRUCTURE, SOLID
2X'S OR PLYWOOD
SOLID SUPPORT IS REQUIRED UNDER THE
VALLEY. PEEL & STICK IS RECOMMENDED
UNDER LAPPED ROOF PANELS AND
VALLEY FLASHING. LINING MUST
CONTINUE DOWN TO EAVE LINE.
BUTYL SEALANT TOP &
BOTTOM OF SEALER STRIP
52. RES. VALLEY (PAGE 42)
DORMER VALLEY
RIDGE TRIM
OUTSIDE CLOSURE, TAPE
SEALANT TOP & BOTTOM
ROOF PANEL
LOWER VALLEY TRIM
UNIVERSAL CLOSURE, TAPE
SEALANT TOP & BOTTOM
BUTYL TAPE SEALANT
PEEL & STICK
UNDERLAYMENT
UPPER VALLEY TRIM
NOTE: ROOF PANEL OMITTED ON
OTHER SIDE OF RIDGE FOR CLARITY.
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
RESIDENTIAL GAMBREL
ROOF PANEL
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
UNDERLAYMENT
INSIDE CLOSURE
FLASH AT-2 OR AGR-N4
(GRANDRIB 3)
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
ROOF PANEL
ROOF STRUCTURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
NOTE: SPECIFY BOTH ROOF PITCHES WHEN ORDERING
AT-2 FLASH. AGRN-4 FOR GRANDRIB 3 AND AGRN-5 FOR
STRONGRIB ARE FOR 3/12 TO 15/12 GAMBRELS.
48. RES. GAMBREL (PAGE 37)
RESIDENTIAL TRANSITION
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FASTENER PER STANDARD
EAVE PATTERN
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
INSIDE CLOSURE
ROOF PANEL
FLASH AT-1
ROOF STRUCTURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
50. RES. TRANSITION (PAGE 38)
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
RESIDENTIAL PIPE BOOTS
VENTILATION PIPE
(OPTIONAL) SILICONE SEALANT
AROUND CUT OF BOOT
PIPE BOOT
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
UNDER BSE OF PIPE BOOT
ROOF PANEL
SCREWS SPACED 2" TO 3" MAX
AROUND BASE TO SECURE
ROOF STRUCTURE
UNDERLAYMENT
SKYLIGHT
51. RES. PIPE BOOTS (PAGE 38)
SKYLIGHT SECTION A-A
and B-B on following page
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59. SKYLIGHT
RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
SKYLIGHT
FLASH ASW-1 FIELD
BEND AS REQUIRED
FRAMING
2" FASTENER @ 6" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PANEL
SKYLIGHT SECTION A-A
UNDERLAYMENT
SECTION A-A
ROOF STRUCTURE
SKYLIGHT
53. SKYLIGHT (PAGE 40)
SEALANT
FLASHING - REVERSE AL FLASHING
CONTINUOUS SIKAFLEX
CAULK @ PERIMETER
2" FASTENER @ 6" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
UNDERLAYMENT
SECTION A-A
ROOF STRUCTURE
ROOF PANEL
SKYLIGHT SECTION B-B
SECTION B-B
54. SKYLIGHT (PAGE 40)
SKYLIGHT
SEALANT
2" FASTENER @
EVERY MAIN RIB
ASW-1 FLASHING FIELD MODIFIED TO FIT
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
FRAME
ROOF PANEL
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
55. SKYLIGHT (PAGE 40)
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
CHIMNEY DETAILS
VERSION 1
BRICK
1
2"
SAW CUT REGLET - 1" DEEP, BLOW OUT DUST
& FILL WITH SIKAFLEX SEALANT. SET FLASH &
FASTEN WITH COMPATIBLE MASONRY ANCHOR.
FLASH ASW-1 FIELD MODIFY AS REQUIRED
2" FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PANEL
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
BRICK
56. CHIMNEY (PAGE VERSION
41)
2
CONTINUOUS SIKAFLEX
CAULK @ PERIMETER
SAW CUT REGLET 21" - 1" DEEP, BLOW
OUT DUST & FILL WITH SIKAFLEX
SEALANT. SET FLASH & FASTEN WITH
COMPATIBLE MASONRY ANCHOR.
FLASHING - REVERSE AL FLASHING
2" FASTENER @ 24" O.C. MAX.
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE
ROOF PANEL
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
CHIMNEY ENDWALL
BRICK
SAW CUT REGLET 21" - 1" DEEP, BLOW OUT DUST &
FILL WITH SIKAFLEX SEALANT. SET FLASH & FASTEN
WITH COMPATIBLE MASONRY ANCHOR.
2" FASTENER @ EVERY MAIN RIB
FLASH ASW-1 FIELD MODIFIED TO FIT
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE
ROOF PANEL
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
58. CHIMNEY (PAGE 41)
RESIDENTIAL RIDGE/HIP
2" FASTENER @ EVERY MAIN RIB
RIDGE CAP RR-1 OR AR-3
ROOF PANEL
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE (ON HIP ROOFS USE 1" X 1"
X 19'-8" SEALER STRIP AND RR-1 FLASHING)
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
41. RES. RIDGE/HIP (PAGE 34)
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RESIDENTIAL TRIM DETAILS
RESIDENTIAL VENTED RIDGE
2" FASTENER @ EVERY MAIN RIB
RIDGE CAP RR-1 OR AR-3
ROOF PANEL
CORRUGATED VENT
BUTYL SEALANT TAPE TOP
& BOTTOM OF CLOSURE
OUTSIDE CLOSURE (ON HIP ROOFS USE 1" X 1"
X 19'-8" SEALER STRIP AND RR-1 FLASHING)
UNDERLAYMENT
ROOF STRUCTURE
42. RES. VENTED RIDGE (PAGE 34)
RESIDENTIAL GABLE
ROOF PANEL
FASTENER
BUTYL TAPE
RG-1, WG-1, OR AG-4
SCREW FASTENER
@ 24" O.C. MAX.
ROOF STRUCTURE
UNDERLAYMENT
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PAINT SYSTEMS &
WARRANTIES
Enduracote® is a paint system that takes performance to the next level. Based on cutting edge
resin technology, this system offers unbeatable durability and superior long-term performance
against the elements.
The Enduracote® Warranty
for Galvanized Panels
• Lifetime film integrity for walls & roofs
• 30-year against fade & chalk for walls and roofs
• 10-year edge rust against acid rain
OTHER WARRANTIES
Polyester Paint Warranty
•
•
25-year limited film integrity
10-year against fade & chalk
For profiles: MP Panel, Shelterguard®, 5-Rib
For profiles: Grand Rib 3, 5V Crimp, ProClad, StrongClad,
Prime Rib, Grandbeam
The Enduracote® Warranty
for Galvalume® Panels
• Lifetime film integrity for walls & roofs
• 30-year against fade & chalk for walls and roofs
• 20 year non-perforation warranty
Galvalume® Perforation Warranty
• 20-year non-perforation warranty for Grandrib 3,
Mighti-Rib, Climaguard, Horizon S and 1 1/2” SSR
Galvalume is a registered trademark of BIEC International.
For profiles: Grandrib 3, 1 1/2” SSR, Climaguard, Mighti-Rib,
Horizon S, Horizon 16, Ultra-Loc, Ultra-Rib
The Enduracote® PLUS Warranty
•
•
•
•
Lifetime film integrity for walls & roofs
30-year against fade & chalk for walls and roofs
15-year edge rust against acid rain
25-year non-perforation against acid rain for walls;
20-years for roof
Aluminum Product Guarantee
• 30-year corrosion guarantee
For profiles: Grandrib 3 PLUS
Product Warranties are available upon request
The ENERGY STAR® Program
The ENERGY STAR Program promotes highly
reflective roof systems that reflect solar energy.
These roof systems allow buildings to stay cooler
and, in turn, use less electricity for air conditioning; less
electricity means a reduction in power generation and a reduction of pollutants discharged at power plants. Fabral
has attained ENERGY STAR approval for many of its Enduracote® system colors. Ask for Technical Bulletin #724 titled
“ENERGY STAR Approval”, for program details and a list of
approved Enduracote® colors.
All Fabral Enduracote Colors are ENERGY STAR Approved
Please contact your Fabral representative for more information about Fabral warranties and paint systems.
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GRANDRIB 3 PLUS, GRANDRIB, MIGHTI-RIB, MP-PANEL, PROCLAD, HORIZON
CLIMAGUARD, FABRIB, ENDURACOTE, FABRAL, FABRAL CORE are registered
trademarks of Euramax International, Inc.
UL is the trademark of UL LLC
Galvalume is the trademark of BIEC International Inc.
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