McElroy acquires assets of Met-Tile, Curveline

McElroy Metal has purchased select assets of Ontario, California based Met-Tile and Curveline. In addition to manufacturing equipment, McElroy Metal also acquired the Met-Tile and Cuveline company names.

Met-Tile metal roofing systems simulate clay or concrete tile roofing products. Among the many advantages of Met-Tile include, the product being light weight, aesthetical pleasing, and energy efficient. Met-Tile was first introduced into the marketplace in 1984.

Curveline specializes in the custom-curving of profiled metal panels. More specifically, Curveline’s “crimp-curving” process makes it possible to create a wide range of contours and shapes using a wide selection of metal panels. Once fabricated, curved metal panels are used to add accents and beauty to roofs, walls, fascias, decking and other components on new or renovation projects. McElroy Metal plans to operate Curveline as a separate entity and continue to provide third-party curving processes to the roll-forming industry.

“Curveline and Met-Tile are strong, well-established names in the metal construction industry. We are thrilled to have these companies operate under the McElroy Metal umbrella. With Curveline, we look forward to servicing the crimp-curved panel requirements of the roll forming industry and we believe Met-Tile will have strong appeal with our current customer base,” said Ian McElroy, president of McElroy Metal.

Since 1963, McElroy Metal has served the construction industry with high quality metal roofing and siding along with excellent customer service. McElroy Metal has 11 manufacturing facilities and 18 Service Centers across the United States.

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