Classic Look of Metal: Cold rolled steel

Every metal roofing material and profile has its niche, including the rugged appearance of rust; reminiscent of old unpainted roofing on rural buildings, from farmhouses to barns.

As a rule, metal roofing manufacturers would rather not see rusty roofing — unless it’s by design.

Fabral supplied the 22-gauge A606 cold rolled material for the roofing at the Silver Star Condominiums in Park City, Utah ­— approximately 187,600 square feet.

“The roof represents characteristics of the mining heritage of Park City and combines the color of the metal roof with the natural environment and the contemporary mountain architecture,” says Chris Jensen of JSA Architects of Salt Lake City.

Silver Star is a luxury ski in/ski out property located slope-side at Park City Mountain Resort and adjacent to the Park City Golf Course. Silver Star offers luxury accommodations in 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom condos or townhouses and 4-, 5- and 6-bedroom cottages.

Noorda Architectural Metals of Salt Lake City handled the installation, working with JSA Architects.

The roofing — in smooth 48-inch by 120-inch flat sheet and 7/8-inch corrugated panels (39-3/4 inches of coverage) were installed over ice and water shield with #14-410 stainless steel unplated 2-inch wood grip screws with 5/16 heads and sealing washers.

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