What makes Les Jones Roofing stand out is so much of our specialty work. Most of that work comes from our sister business, Architectural Sheet Metal. ASM gives us an added dimension when introducing elegant refinements to trim, gutters, and roofing accessories. 

The Architectural Sheet Metal accessories are often made from steel, aluminum, and copper. These roofing materials are known for their durability, weather resistance, and aesthetic appeal. 

This supports our commercial, residential, churches, and historical type projects.Architectural sheet metal provides durability, weather resistance, structural integrity, as well as aesthetic appeal – making it a classy and unique option for both residential, commercial, and historical roofs. This home is an example of the versatility and customization we can achieve using architectural sheet metal. Isn’t that copper beautiful?

ASM uses metals, typically made from materials like steel, aluminum, or copper. The accessories ASM creates for roofs are Flashing, Gutters, Ridge Caps, Chimney Caps and Pans, Snow guards, Standing Seams and more. These accessories are not only functional but also contribute to the aesthetic appeal of the building. These accessories are known for their durability, structural integrity, weather resistance, and aesthetic appeal. 


Here are some common roofing accessories made using architectural sheet metal materials:

1.    Flashings: Flashings are thin pieces of metal used to prevent water from entering joints or seams in the roof. They are often used around chimneys, skylights, vents, and roof edges to provide a watertight seal.

2.    Gutters and Downspouts: Gutters and downspouts are typically made from sheet metal materials. They collect rainwater and direct it away from the building to prevent water damage.

3.    Ridge Caps: Ridge caps are used to cover the peak of a roof, providing protection against leaks and enhancing the roof’s appearance.

4.    Drip Edges: Drip edges are installed along the eaves and rakes of the roof to facilitate water runoff and protect the underlying structure from moisture damage.

5.    Valleys: Roof valleys are areas where two roof slopes meet. Sheet metal valleys are installed to channel water away from these areas, preventing leaks.

6.    Chimney Caps and Pans: These sheet metal accessories are placed around the base of a chimney to prevent water intrusion and protect the chimney structure.

7.    Vent Hoods: Vent hoods or roof vents are used to cover exhaust pipes and provide ventilation while keeping out rain and pests. They come in various shapes and sizes.

8.    Skylight Frames: Sheet metal frames are used to support and seal skylights, protecting the interior from water infiltration.

9.    Coping: Coping is a protective cap used on parapet walls. It shields the wall from water penetration and adds a finished look to the roof’s edge.

10. Fascia and Soffit Panels: Fascia panels are installed at the eaves to support the gutter system and provide a finished look. Soffit panels are used to enclose the underside of roof overhangs and provide ventilation.

11. Snow Guards: Snow guards are attached to the roof to prevent snow and ice from sliding off in large, dangerous chunks. They are often made from sheet metal materials.

12    Eave Struts: Eave struts are structural components made from sheet metal that support the eaves of the roof.

13.    Decorative Roof Ornaments: Sheet metal can be used to create decorative elements such as finials, cresting, and other architectural ornaments to enhance the aesthetics of the roof.


14.    Standing Seam Metal Roofing: The entire roofing system, including the panels, clips, and fasteners, can be made from architectural sheet metal materials. This type of roofing is known for its durability and distinctive appearance.

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