New roof at Arlington airport, Change from an exposed fastener roof to standing seam roof
In Arlington WA, on a commercial piece of property by the airport. We updated the building from an exposed fastener roof to standing seam roof, and used 50’ long single roof sheets instead of a 2 piece system they had previously.
The resulting metal roof is stronger, more durable and will last much longer. This greatly increases the value of the building, and gives decades of deferred maintenance for the exterior. Continue reading →
Spane Buildings recently completed this metal reroof for the Coast Guard Station in Bellingham, WA.
The materials for the metal roof were manufactured by Nu-Ray Metals. The roof features an 18 inch, 24 gauge panel, with a special Kynar coastal guard paint, that will hold up to the roughest weather, and maintain it’s great look for years to come.
Spane Buildings recently completed this beautiful re-roof on scenic Camano Island, WA. They started by removing the old wood shake roof, then they installed new plywood sheathing and Safe Guard underlayment. Spane Buildings then installed new PABCO Paramount Advantage Laminated Shingles.