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  • Introduce yourself and the company you represent and give a brief explanation on what qualifies you to present this course “ Please reserve any product specific questions you may have. You are welcome to ask product specific questions at the conclusion of the Continuing Education Course”
  • Why Gerard Stone Coated Metal Over Other Roofing Systems Strength of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Components Integrated system sandwiched between 26 gauge formed Metal with rock solid components (Speaker: Please briefly explain the components of Gerard Stone Coated Metal) So Why Gerard Stone Coated Metal Over Other Roofing Systems? Expansion & Contraction: When the Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System is installed correctly, the roof is virtually water tight. The underlayment is the secondary protector. It will not crack, break, or curl: Gerard Stone Coated Metal does not become more brittle with age. It fastens at the neck & nose: This attributes to the high wind ratings .
  • Speaker: Please briefly explain the slide
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  • Most Gerard Stone Coated Metal manufacturers require their panels installed from left to right and from the top down (Ridge to Eave) unless installed battenless; then the installation is still left to right but from the bottom up.
  • Explain how water would have to defy gravity in order to reach the deck. It would have to go through the first panel penetration, move up hill into the second panel and then down onto the deck.
  • Introduction to Gerard Stone Coated Metal Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems are a sloped roof application used for both commercial and residential buildings (check manufacturer’s specifications on pitch requirements). These roofing systems give the aesthetic resemblance of tile, shake, slate, or asphalt, but with the strength and durability of Metal. The next slide will show how closely Gerard Stone Coated Metal resembles the material it is designed to look like. Why Gerard Stone Coated Metal? There are numerous applications for Gerard Stone Coated Metal. It is the perfect alternative when needing the strength of Metal while seeking the traditional look of tile, shake, or asphalt.
  • The Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing system looks very much like authentic wood shake
  • Introduction to Gerard Stone Coated Metal Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems are a sloped roof application used for both commercial and residential buildings (check manufacturer’s specifications on pitch requirements). These roofing systems give the aesthetic resemblance of tile, shake, slate, or asphalt, but with the strength and durability of Metal. The next slide will show how closely Gerard Stone Coated Metal resembles the material it is designed to look like. Why Gerard Stone Coated Metal? There are numerous applications for Gerard Stone Coated Metal. It is the perfect alternative when needing the strength of Metal while seeking the traditional look of tile, shake, or asphalt.
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal looks like authentic clay or cement tile
  • Looks like an architectural shingle but has the strength and durability of Metal.
  • Problems with Concrete Roofing Systems Expansion and Contraction (rips the underlayment) Becomes more brittle with age (cracks & breaks) Fastens at the neck (susceptible to wind uplift) Problems with Asphalt Roofing Systems UV Rays break down material stability Foot traffic or hail impact creates internal deterioration Fastens at the neck (susceptible to wind uplift) Not Environmentally Friendly Low aesthetic appeal Problems with Wood Shake Roofing Systems UV Rays break down material stability Foot traffic or hail impact creates internal deterioration Fastens at the neck (susceptible to wind uplift) Fire Hazard Problems with Painted Metal Roofing Systems UV Rays break down paint; causing peeling and fading Hail impact shows every dent. Repairs do not match because of fade Oil Canning (ripples in the metal) Industrial appearance
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  • A Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System is extremely light weight. It is an excellent choice when considering weight load or in roof-over applications. Because of its light weight, Gerard Stone Coated Metal does not require additional support; in fact, its interlocking panels lower the amount of stress placed on framing and trusses. This product is ideal for any structure requiring the look of tile but does not have the proper support to hold the weight of clay or cement roofing. Added weight means more stress on framing and trusses which contribute to settling and eventual cracks in walls and ceilings. To limit the chances of roof collapse, all national building codes require additional support for any roofing system that exceeds 6 pounds per square foot. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is well under that weight. In building projects where concrete roofing is specified a substitution of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing can create the following benefits: Reduction to standard dead load framing Reduction in material cost Reduction in labor cost
  • A Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System is extremely light weight. It is an excellent choice when considering weight load or in roof-over applications. Because of its light weight, Gerard Stone Coated Metal does not require additional support; in fact, its interlocking panels lower the amount of stress placed on framing and trusses. This product is ideal for any structure requiring the look of tile but does not have the proper support to hold the weight of clay or cement roofing. Added weight means more stress on framing and trusses which contribute to settling and eventual cracks in walls and ceilings. To limit the chances of roof collapse, all national building codes require additional support for any roofing system that exceeds 6 pounds per square foot. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is well under that weight. In building projects where concrete roofing is specified a substitution of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing can create the following benefits: Reduction to standard dead load framing Reduction in material cost Reduction in labor cost
  • A Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System is extremely light weight. It is an excellent choice when considering weight load or in roof-over applications. Because of its light weight, Gerard Stone Coated Metal does not require additional support; in fact, its interlocking panels lower the amount of stress placed on framing and trusses. This product is ideal for any structure requiring the look of tile but does not have the proper support to hold the weight of clay or cement roofing. Added weight means more stress on framing and trusses which contribute to settling and eventual cracks in walls and ceilings. To limit the chances of roof collapse, all national building codes require additional support for any roofing system that exceeds 6 pounds per square foot. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is well under that weight. In building projects where concrete roofing is specified a substitution of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing can create the following benefits: Reduction to standard dead load framing Reduction in material cost Reduction in labor cost
  • A Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System is extremely light weight. It is an excellent choice when considering weight load or in roof-over applications. Because of its light weight, Gerard Stone Coated Metal does not require additional support; in fact, its interlocking panels lower the amount of stress placed on framing and trusses. This product is ideal for any structure requiring the look of tile but does not have the proper support to hold the weight of clay or cement roofing. Added weight means more stress on framing and trusses which contribute to settling and eventual cracks in walls and ceilings. To limit the chances of roof collapse, all national building codes require additional support for any roofing system that exceeds 6 pounds per square foot. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is well under that weight. In building projects where concrete roofing is specified a substitution of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing can create the following benefits: Reduction to standard dead load framing Reduction in material cost Reduction in labor cost
  • Earthquakes Gerard Stone Coated Metal interlocking roof systems add structural strength to the roof. Many other roofing materials can not offer this. Instead they rely upon the underlying deck for structural integrity. Additionally, the light weight provides safety by reducing the threat of roof collapse. The death of several thousand people during the Kobe, Japan earthquake was attributed to the collapse of buildings roofed with heavy roof tiles. In its survey of roofs after the Northridge, California earthquake (January 17, 1994), the McMullen Company found only minor damage to about 1% of the homes protected by Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing . In contrast, more than 50% of the concrete and clay roofs observed had significant damage.
  • In 2007, a historical church in downtown Atlanta, Georgia needed a new roof. Engineers told the church that the structure could not safely hold the original clay tile. Because the original aesthetics and the structural integrity could not be compromised, they turned to Gerard Stone Coated Metal for their solution.
  • In 2007, a historical church in downtown Atlanta, Georgia needed a new roof. Engineers told the church that the structure could not safely hold the original clay tile. Because the original aesthetics and the structural integrity could not be compromised, they turned to Gerard Stone Coated Metal for their solution.
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal is noncombustible and safe from exposure to airborne burning cinders. The patented interlocking fastening system prevents the panels from lifting and allowing blowing embers to ignite the roof deck. Where a Class A assembly is required, Gerard Stone Coated Metal should be installed with specified underlayments, as tested ASTM E-108, U.B.C-15-2 and U.L. 790 Class A fire tests. In California, firemen tested the stability of the Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing System against concrete tile. The interlocking installation methods and the rugged Metal panels of the Gerard Stone Coated Metal did not collapse; concrete did. It is easy to see why Gerard Stone Coated Metal is much safer in fires than other roofing products.
  • Oakland fire
  • San Diego Fire
  • Speaker: Please briefly explain the slide The Gerard Stone Coated Metal interlocking panels offer an extraordinary resistance to wind uplift. Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems can carry warranties protecting against wind storms with winds up to 120 mph. (warranties vary depending on manufacturer) . Some manufacturers have preformed controlled testing at the Hurricane Testing Center in Miami, Florida with winds exceeding 170 m.p.h. . . NO DAMAGE
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal vs. asphalt in high wind
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  • With all the damage this area sustained, there was no damage to the roof!
  • When considering the design of your building and how to protect it from the forces of nature. . .
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  • Rapid City, SD 2007 Hail Storm Damage Independent testing by Underwriters Laboratories rated certain Gerard Stone Coated Metal roof systems an industry best, U.L. 2218 Class 4 hail resistant product. Most of all the other tested materials (fiber cement, concrete tile, composition shingles, and medium cedar shakes) suffered severe damage under the same conditions. This customer has replaced his roof three times in eight years. His home has been hit by three major hail storms. The 2007 hail storm hit his home 1 month after his new Gerard Stone Coated Metal roof was installed. . . NO DAMAGE. No dented panels, No stone loss.
  • In extreme cold climates ice damming is a serious problem. When a Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing system is installed with a batten/counter batten system the ventilation allows free air movement between the deck and the panel. This helps air temperature stabilize; thus, reducing ice issues on the roof.
  • Important to note that the indentations by the skylights shows energy loss compared to energy loss from stone coated steel. Note the thinkness of the asphalt compared to the Gerard Stone Coated Metal. The asphalt has much greater energy loss between the two. Does not absorb moisture and therefore has excellent compatibility with snow and ice. Strong, Gerard Stone Coated Metal panels have been tested in weights in excess of 224 lb. per sq. ft. before panel deformation occurs (ice damming). Freeze/ thaw cycles do not cause the panels to rise because of their interlocking design and unique fastening system. Helps keep snow on the roof. In contrast to painted metal roofing, which is smooth and allows snow to fall dangerously to the ground below; Gerard Stone Coated Metal’s stone coating works as an abrasion to the snow, helping to hold it in place. Can withstand large snow loads without weight issues.
  • Case Studies: True Stories “ In early 2006, we paid $849 for our Homeowners insurance. For 2007, it went down to $573. It actually comes out better at 32.5% savings.” Chris Potter has State Farm and switched from asphalt to Gerard Stone Coated Metal. The Curries, a USAA customer, said she is saving around 50%. She was paying around $2200/yr and now only $1200/yr. She’s excited about the discount. It’s a very big difference in dollars! Colorado Springs, CO
  • Advantages of Direct-To-Deck Ease of installation. Cost of installation; there are substantial savings on material and labor. *Must be installed on solid decking 3 Different Types of Installation Direct-to-Deck Batten (2x2 only) Counter Batten Be sure and check with the manufacturer. Installation procedures may differ. Some profiles can only be installed direct-to-deck or only on battens while others can be installed either way. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is installed with either screws or ring shank nails. It is important to check with local building codes and manufacturer specifications when determining the types of fasteners needed. High wind areas may require more fasteners per panel.
  • System can be used as a ladder during installation giving added security and safety on the job. System creates greater air space between the deck and panel giving higher energy savings. System requires less fasteners per panel System is nose fastened which allows for greater wind resistance and strength.
  • System can be used as a ladder during installation giving added security and safety on the job. System MAXIMIZES air flow between the deck and panel giving higher energy savings. System requires less fasteners per panel System is nose fastened which allows for greater wind resistance and strength. System strengthens roof structure. System is needed when doing most roof-over applications. This helps avoid expensive tear-offs and unnecessary land fill disposal.
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal is non-combustible and a Class A material. If Class A assemblage is required, certain underlayments may be necessitated. See manufacturer's ICC Report for specific information. Screws or nails can be used to fasten panels. In high wind areas, additional fasteners might be needed to meet local building codes. Less expensive underlayments are adequate due to Gerard Stone Coated Metals dry below nature.
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal is non-combustible and a Class A material. If Class A assemblage is required, certain underlayments may be necessitated. See manufacturer's ICC Report for specific information. Screws or nails can be used to fasten panels. In high wind areas, additional fasteners might be needed to meet local building codes. Less expensive underlayments are adequate due to Gerard Stone Coated Metals dry below nature.
  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal is non-combustible and a Class A material. If Class A assemblage is required, certain underlayments may be necessitated. See manufacturer's ICC Report for specific information. Screws or nails can be used to fasten panels. In high wind areas, additional fasteners might be needed to meet local building codes. Less expensive underlayments are adequate due to Gerard Stone Coated Metals dry below nature.
  • Speaker: Please briefly read and describe the slide
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  • Gerard Stone Coated Metal is non-combustible and a Class A material. If Class A assemblage is required, certain underlayments may be necessitated. See manufacturer's ICC Report for specific information. Screws or nails can be used to fasten panels. In high wind areas, additional fasteners might be needed to meet local building codes. Less expensive underlayments are adequate due to Gerard Stone Coated Metals dry below nature.
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  • Speaker: Please briefly read and describe the slide Number 5 from slide 51 is also an acceptable practice.
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  • Solar panels can be easily attached with Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems. By using the Aussie Clip, no penetrations are necessary when securing the solar panel to the deck. This process may vary depending on the type of solar system being installed.
  • When is required to walk on the roofing tiles, rubber soled shoe or similar soft soled footwear is recommended to avoid coating damage. These shoes also provide a safer grip for walking on stone coated steel roofs.
  • Specifying Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems can earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) New Construction Certification points for your project: • Sustainable Sites Credit 7.2 Heat Island – I Point: Some manufacturers offer Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems that comply with Energy Star label requirements and help reduce the Heat Island effect. The Heat Island effect is the term used to describe the phenomenon of urban regions that experience warmer temperatures compared to adjacent rural areas. As well, these products meet the minimum thermal emittance value of .9 under American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E408. The emittance of a surface or material refers to its ability to release absorbed heat; the higher the number, the better the performance of the material. Products with Solar Reflectance Index greater than or equal to 29 meet SRI requirements. The Solar Reflectance Index measures the ability of a material to reject solar heat and is calculated using both the reflectance value and emissivity value of a product. • Energy and Atmospheric Credits 1.1 and 1.2 - 1-10 Points: Most colors and profiles of Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofs could contribute to Energy and Atmospheric credits that address optimizing energy performance through the design of the building envelope. Certain products may contribute when using Option 1 –Whole Building Energy Simulation. Results of a noteworthy study, conducted by Oak Ridge National Labs, suggest increased energy efficiency can be obtained with batten-installed roofing systems. • Material and Resources Credits 4.1 and 4.2 – 1 Point Each: According to the Metal Recycling Institute, products that are manufactured using the Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) have a total recycled content between 25-30%. Check with the manufacturer to ensure their product can contribute to this category. • Material and Resources Credit 5.1 – 1 Point Each: Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems that are manufactured, then shipped within 500 miles of the manufacturing facility may quality for this credit, providing the granules are extracted locally. LEED™-EB, LEED™-CI, and LEED™-CS have similar credits.
  • The ENERGY STAR energy-efficiency criteria do not include a specification for roof insulation. However, in addition to reflectivity, roof insulation (measured by the R-value) plays an important role in building energy consumption for heating and cooling. The colder the climate, the greater the need for a higher R-value to ensure that less heat is lost from the building envelope. To determine the minimum R-value for a given location, refer to the International Energy Conservation Code. The Florida Solar Energy Center found that metal roofing, “… saves the most energy as a result of its high reflectance and superior ability to cool quickly at night.” Metal roofing was reported to save a Florida homeowner about 23% annually in cooling costs, compared to a dark gray asphalt shingle roof. For reflectance results on our Energy Star® qualified finishes please visit www.energystar.gov A building’s heating and cooling costs can be effectively reduced by insulation under the roof surface. Adding increasing amounts of insulation is not always the best way to save energy. As part of total system design, a cool metal roof can be an economical method for better energy efficiency. Cool Metal Roofing is available in granular or stone coated surfaces. This family of roofing can achieve solar reflectance of over 70 percent. Reflected solar energy allows the roof surface to remain cooler, which means less heat is transferred into the building.
  • Presenter: Please emphasize that not all manufacturers offer the above colors. Please briefly describe the slide and the reflectivity TSR and TE.
  • Presenter: Please emphasize that not all manufacturers offer the above colors. Please briefly describe the slide and the reflectivity TSR and TE.
  • The roof can have the greatest impact on the energy use of a building. Buildings consume one-third of all energy and two-thirds of all electricity generated. Cool Roofs can help reduce energy consumption by lowering cooling loads. Reflective Roofs directly save up to 40% in heating and cooling costs, as reported by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Highly Emissive Roofs can lower urban air temperatures, thereby benefiting the environment by reducing fog formation. It is a reflective roof product that lowers roof surface temperature by up to 100°F , thereby decreasing the amount of heat transferred into a building's interior. ENERGY STAR qualified roof products save money and energy by reducing the amount of air conditioning needed to keep a building comfortable. http://www.energystar.gov/index . This information is taken directly from the energy star website.
  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), building owners with an Energy Star® roof can expect a reduction in the amount of air conditioning needed, thus reducing peak cooling demand by as much as 10-15%. Energy Star® qualified Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systems reflect more of the sun’s rays when compared to other roofing products. Gerard Stone Coated Metal brands have been tested to current methods and it has been concluded that their Energy Star® qualified roof products can lower a roof’s temperature substantially , thus decreasing the amount of heat transferred into the building. Homeowners in warmer climates will experience a reduction in their annual cooling costs, ultimately saving them money. Ventilation, attic insulation, geographical location, color of finish and number of degree/days all are important factors when calculating how much money you will save on your cooling bills.
  • Benefits of Over-the-Deck Venting Oak Ridge National Labs conducted a study (commissioned by the Department of Energy’s Buildings Technologies Program) on infrared-blocking color pigments. The DOE was interested in the possible benefits of using “cool” pigment in roofing materials, especially Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofs since IR-blocking granules are highly emissive and reflective. Ten decks were tested for one year to include both summer and winter conditions: • Control deck was covered in dark grey asphalt shingles applied direct to deck. • One deck was painted metal and fastened direct to deck. • Two decks were Gerard Stone Coated Metal with dark grey conventional (no IR-blocking granules) on counter batten and/or batten systems. • Six decks were Gerard Stone Coated Metal with light grey IR-pigment granules and applied on batten or counter batten systems. Venting was achieved with mesh-covered openings at the eave and at the ridge. Here are the results of the study: • IR-pigments returned expected results. Heat transfer was reduced by approximately 45% when compared to the control deck (asphalt shingles); however, only 15% could be attributed to the IR-pigment granules – 30% was attributed to batten/counter batten installation (over the deck venting). • When the decks coated with conventional dark grey granules (similar in reflectance and emittance to the asphalt shingles) were compared to the control deck (asphalt shingles) heat transfer was still reduced by the venting created with the batten/counter batten installation. • When the light grey IR-pigment stone coated panels were compared to the dark grey conventional stone coated panels (both installed on a counter batten and batten system), it was noted that the panels with the dark grey conventional granules swept away more than twice the amount of heat flow than the IR-pigment granular coated panels: the heat produced by the darker pigment granules increased the amount of hot air swept away from the deck, preventing it from entering the attic.
  • Speaker: Please briefly explain the slide
  • Speaker: Please briefly read and explain the slide: “ Venting of the Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofs is just as important as the boost in solar reflectance for reducing the heat gain into the attic and conditioned space.”
  • Kuchenbaker’s home was installed direct-to-deck
  • Testimonial from Russ Potosky: Hi Rick      In the summer when I only had one side of the garage roof finished; Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing on one side with only tar paper on the other. I went in the attic with a digital laser thermometer.  I pointed it at the finished side and the temperature was 90 degrees, the other side (tar paper) was 116 degrees. The Gerard Stone Coated Metal side was 26 degrees cooler. You were absolutely right about how energy efficient this roofing system is. See the pictures. P.S.: The roof looks great. I will send more photos later.   Russell Potosky (Manchester Township, New Jersey)
  • Since 1985 the average rate of inflation has been 3.88%. With this in mind it is likely that energy costs will continue to rise. By adding a more energy efficient roofing system along with other energy saving modifications, the property owner should be able to reduce the assumed inflated energy costs.
  • This is a random selection of prices from 1985 through 2010. There have been significant inflation on these items. Based on these numbers one can only assume the cost of roofing in the next 30 years will have the same soaring inflation. This helps one understand the need for longer lasting durable roofing systems. With
  • Since 1985 the average rate of inflation has been 3.88%. With this in mind it is likely that energy costs will continue to rise. By adding a more energy efficient roofing system along with other energy saving modifications, the property owner should be able to reduce the assumed inflated energy costs.
  • An Asphalt roof has an average lifespan of 15 years. If the inflationary costs stay the same as they have since 1985 the rate of inflation over the next 15 years would be approximately 4% annually. The impact on an asphalt roofing system would make the roof 60% more expensive which means the roof would cost $9780 on year 15. If the roof were replaced on year 15 the total cost would be $15,780.
  • Gerard power point 1 2012

    1. 1. Gerard Stone Coated MetalGerard Stone Coated MetalRoofing SystemsRoofing SystemsGerard Roofing TechnologiesGerard Roofing Technologies955 Columbia Street955 Columbia StreetBrea CA, 92821-2923Brea CA, 92821-2923714-529-0407 Main Number714-529-0407 Main Number714-529-6643 Fax714-529-6643 Fax1-800-23ROOFS1-800-23ROOFSWWW.GERARDUSA.COMWWW.GERARDUSA.COM
    2. 2. Strength of Gerard Stone Coated Metal ComponentsStrength of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Components
    3. 3. How Gerard Stone Coated Metal is ManufacturedMetal CoilStamping the Metal ShingleCutting the PanelForming the Panels
    4. 4. How Gerard Stone Coated Metal is ManufacturedHeat CuredApplying Variegated StoneFlashingApplying Stone CoatingApplying Acrylic Resin Basecoat
    5. 5. Panels Fasten at the NoseGerard Stone Coated MetalRoofing Panels
    6. 6. Fastening Pattern Creates Water Tight SystemSurface tensionbetween the fastener andpanel combined with roof pitchprevents moisture from compromisingthe system.
    7. 7. BEFOREBEFORE Wood Shake
    8. 8. AFTERAFTERGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing
    9. 9. BEFOREBEFORE Cement Tile
    10. 10. AFTERAFTERGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing
    11. 11. Problems with Traditional Roofing SystemsProblems with Traditional Roofing Systems
    12. 12. Features and Benefits ofFeatures and Benefits ofGerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing DurableDurable Light Weight: Earthquake SafeLight Weight: Earthquake Safe Fire – Class “A” RatingFire – Class “A” Rating Wind – High Wind WarrantiesWind – High Wind Warranties Hail – Class 4 ImpactHail – Class 4 Impact Reduces Snow & Ice issuesReduces Snow & Ice issues Insurance DiscountsInsurance Discounts Energy EfficientEnergy Efficient Environmentally FriendlyEnvironmentally Friendly Excellent Curb AppealExcellent Curb Appeal
    13. 13. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableInstalled 1988 Photo Taken 2010
    14. 14. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableInstalled 1985 Photo Taken 2010
    15. 15. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is DurableInstalled 1975 Photo Taken 20112.5 Hail Warranty2.5 Hail Warranty120 MPH Wind Warranty120 MPH Wind WarrantyLifetime Fully Transferable WarrantyLifetime Fully Transferable WarrantyStone Loss WarrantyStone Loss WarrantyEnergy EfficientEnergy Efficient
    16. 16. Protection/BenefitsGerard StoneCoated MetalConcrete Tile& ShakeLight WeightCementArchitecturalCompositionShinglesWood ShakeLightweight 1.4 lbsPer Sq Foot9-15 lbsPer Sq Foot6 lbsPer Sq Foot3-4 lbsPer Sq Foot3-5 lbsPer Sq FootGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is Light WeightGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is Light Weight
    17. 17. Heavy Roofing can be DangerousHeavy Roofing can be DangerousGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against EarthquakesGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Earthquakes
    18. 18. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is Light WeightGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing is Light WeightCOULD NOT GO BACK WITH THE ORIGINAL CLAY TILE BECAUSE OF WEIGHTCOULD NOT GO BACK WITH THE ORIGINAL CLAY TILE BECAUSE OF WEIGHTAtlanta, GeorgiaBuilt early 1900’s
    19. 19. COULD NOT GO BACK WITH THE ORIGINAL CLAY TILE BECAUSE OF WEIGHTCOULD NOT GO BACK WITH THE ORIGINAL CLAY TILE BECAUSE OF WEIGHTAnother Atlanta Home
    20. 20. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against FireGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against FireFire Case StudyFire Case StudyU.L. 790 Class A Fire Rated
    21. 21. “I’ve seen too many homes burned to the ground, a tragedy that could’ve beenprevented,” says Jim McMullen, former California State Fire Marshall.“A metal roof is one of the best steps a homeowner can take to prevent thespread of residential fires and save their own homes.”
    22. 22. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    23. 23. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    24. 24. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    25. 25. Concrete Tile RoofConcrete Tile Roof
    26. 26. Damage to the soffit & fascia but not the roof.Damage to the soffit & fascia but not the roof.Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    27. 27. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    28. 28. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against WindGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Wind
    29. 29. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailClass 4 ImpactClass 4 ImpactRatingRating
    30. 30. David Lillich ’s neighbors all had total roof losses due to the 2008 hailDavid Lillich ’s neighbors all had total roof losses due to the 2008 hailstorm; David’s roof, NO DAMAGEstorm; David’s roof, NO DAMAGEGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailASPHALTASPHALTASPHALTREPLACED REPLACEDREPLACEDNO DAMAGE
    31. 31. 2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Clay & Concrete2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Clay & Concrete
    32. 32. 2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Painted Metal2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Painted Metal
    33. 33. 2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Wood Shake2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm: Wood Shake
    34. 34. Gerard Stone Coated Metal SurvivesGerard Stone Coated Metal Survives2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm2010 Oklahoma Hail Storm
    35. 35. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against HailClass 4 impact U.L. 2218 – An Industry BestClass 4 Rated Concrete TileClass 4 Rated Gerard Stone Coated Metal
    36. 36. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Snow & IceGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Snow & IceAsphaltAsphaltIce Damming, Snow Melt = Energy LossIce Damming, Snow Melt = Energy Loss
    37. 37. Gerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Snow & IceGerard Stone Coated Metal Protects Against Snow & IceGerard Stone Coated MetalGerard Stone Coated MetalEnergy EfficientEnergy Efficient
    38. 38. Insurance DiscountsDiscounts are offered by most insurance companies in most areasGerard Stone Coated Metal Qualifies for Insurance DiscountsGerard Stone Coated Metal Qualifies for Insurance Discounts
    39. 39. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Direct-to-DeckDirect-to-Deck Batten (2x2 only)Batten (2x2 only) Counter BattenCounter Batten3 Different3 DifferentTypes of InstallationTypes of Installation
    40. 40. 1.1. Used as a ladder during installationUsed as a ladder during installation2.2. More Energy EfficientMore Energy Efficient3.3. Shim Uneven RoofShim Uneven RoofAdvantages of BattensAdvantages of Battens*This system can be installed*This system can be installedwith screws or ring shank nails.with screws or ring shank nails.Check with manufacturer and cityCheck with manufacturer and citycodes for specified fasteners.codes for specified fasteners.Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing
    41. 41. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingAdvantages of Counter BattensAdvantages of Counter Battens1.1. Used as a ladder during installationUsed as a ladder during installation2.2. MAXIMIZES air flow between the deck and panel; most energy efficientMAXIMIZES air flow between the deck and panel; most energy efficient3.3. Shim uneven roofShim uneven roof4.4. Strengthens roof structureStrengthens roof structure5.5. Can be installed over skip sheathingCan be installed over skip sheathing6.6. Needed when doing most roof-over applications. This helps avoidNeeded when doing most roof-over applications. This helps avoidexpensive tear-offs and unnecessary land fill disposal.expensive tear-offs and unnecessary land fill disposal.
    42. 42. • Non-combustible and a Class Amaterial.• If Class A assemblage isrequired, certain underlaymentsmay be necessitated.• See manufacturers ICC Reportfor specific information.• Screws or nails can be used tofasten panels.• In high wind areas, additionalfasteners might be needed tomeet local building codes.• Less expensive underlaymentsare adequate due to GerardStone Coated Metals dry belownature.UnderlaymentsUnderlaymentsInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing
    43. 43. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal (Shingle)Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal (Shingle)Starter StripRake Installation MethodSHEATHING
    44. 44. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing
    45. 45. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingRake, Ridge, & HipInstallation Procedures
    46. 46. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalSide Wall FlashingSidewall panels are bent up the wallZ-bar trim is placed over the panel andattached to the sidewall. providingsuperb water protection
    47. 47. Shake, Mission, or Trimless RakeInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalThe Shake or Mission trim is always used on hip and ridge areas.The Shake or Mission trim is always used on hip and ridge areas.The rake can be installed with any of the three choices.The rake can be installed with any of the three choices.
    48. 48. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingTrim Cap & Ridge InstallationTile with top birdstop,foam closure andmission trim capsassembly
    49. 49. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalTrimless Rake Installation
    50. 50. Recommended Uses for Open Valley:Recommended Uses for Open Valley:1. Extreme Weather Area1. Extreme Weather Area2. High Foliage Area2. High Foliage Area3. Ease of Application3. Ease of ApplicationInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal RoofingOpen Valley
    51. 51. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalClosed Valley
    52. 52. Shingle Profile Valley InstallationShingle Profile Valley InstallationInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated Metal
    53. 53. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalPipe FlashingOR
    54. 54. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalStone Coated ShinglePipe Flashing
    55. 55. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalSkylightInstallation
    56. 56. Installation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalSolar PanelsSolar panels are easily installed using “J” brackets
    57. 57. How To Walk OnStone Coated Steel
    58. 58. Specifying Gerard Stone Coated Metal roofing systemscan earn Leadership in Energy and EnvironmentalDesign (LEED™) New Construction Certification pointsfor your project:• Sustainable Sites Credit 7.2 Heat Island – I Point• Energy and Atmospheric Credits 1.1 and 1.2 - 1-10 Points• Material and Resources Credits 4.1 and 4.2 – 1 Point Each:• Material and Resources Credit 5.1 – 1 Point Each:LEED™-EB, LEED™-CI, and LEED™-CS have similar credits.Gerard Stone Coated Metal and LEEDGerard Stone Coated Metal and LEED
    59. 59. Americans spend aboutAmericans spend about $40 billion$40 billion annually to airannually to aircondition buildings-condition buildings- one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country.one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country.http://www.energystar.gov/index. This information is taken directly from the energy star website.Gerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy EfficientGerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy Efficient
    60. 60. Gerard Stone Coated MetalGerard Stone Coated MetalEnergy Efficient ColorsEnergy Efficient Colors
    61. 61. Gerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy EfficientGerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy EfficientUV Reflective Coatings (Energy Star) Can ReduceSurface Temperatures by as much as 100 degrees
    62. 62. •According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), building ownerswith an Energy Star® roof can expect a reduction in the amount of airconditioning needed•Reduces peak cooling demand by as much as 10-15%Gerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy EfficientGerard Stone Coated Metal is Energy Efficient
    63. 63. Benefits of Over-the-Deck VentingThe Department of Energy commissionedOak Ridge National Labs to conduct a studyof infrared-blocking color pigments. Tendecks were tested for one year to includeboth summer and winter conditions.The results of the study?Heat transfer was reduced byapproximately 45%• 15% could be attributed to theIR-pigment granules• 30% was attributed tobatten/counter batten installation(over the deck venting)..Stone Coated Metal Case StudyStone Coated Metal Case Study
    64. 64. Advantages of Counter BattensAdvantages of Counter BattensInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalVenting between deck andVenting between deck andpanels with soffit and ridgepanels with soffit and ridgeventilationventilation45% Reduction In Heat Transfer30% from airflow15% from reflectivity
    65. 65. CREATES FREE AIRFLOW & GREATER EFFICENCYCREATES FREE AIRFLOW & GREATER EFFICENCYInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalInstallation of Gerard Stone Coated MetalReduces Heat TransferReduces Heat Transfer
    66. 66. TestimonialsTestimonials6-15-2009Subject: Fwd: my roofHi Matt,Hope all is well. Today while working in the yard I realized that my gable fan wasnt running.It was 92 degrees outside and I knew that the attic temperature had to be at least 120degrees. My attic fan automatically turns on when the temperature reaches 105 so I wentinto my attic to see what was wrong. I couldnt believe it. The attic was only 94 degrees!Two degrees warmer than outside with a bright sun. I’ve seen it with my own eyes. The newroof you installed is going to cut my A/C bill way down. Plus we have received severalcompliments on the appearance of our home. We are so pleased and had to let you know.Thanks a lot.Jim & Micki Kuchenbaker
    67. 67. TestimonialsTestimonials
    68. 68. TestimonialsTestimonialsThis past year installeda stone coated roofingsystem on my homeusing counter battenswith ridge vents. Myutilities dropped 30%.Absolutely amazing.Tony Pflug (Omaha,Nebraska)
    69. 69. CostCost
    70. 70. Inflation Since 1985Inflation Since 1985Inflation rate since 1985 has averaged a 4.2156% annual increaseor 105.39% over 25 years. Information take from www.inflationdata.com
    71. 71. CostCostInsurance Costs On The Rise5.4% Increase20% Increase
    72. 72. ComparingComparingAsphalt & Gerard Stone Coated MetalAsphalt & Gerard Stone Coated Metal
    73. 73. CostCost4% Annual Inflationary Rate over the next 15 yearsCost Today for the less expensive asphalt roofingTotal Cost after a 15 year life cycle**These numbers are based on a 25 square home installed at $240.00 per square
    74. 74. CostCostThis cost is based on a 25 square roof being sold and installed for $650 per squareGerard Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems carry a Lifetime WarrantyAn industry’s best.
    75. 75. Large Project Life Cycle AnalysisLarge Project Life Cycle AnalysisGerard Stone Coated Steel Batten ProfilesGerard Stone Coated Steel Batten Profiles  Asphalt (replace) Asphalt Total Stone Coated  DifferenceDay 1 $          120,000.00   $     120,000.00   $     275,000.00   $      (155,000.00)Year 15 $          216,113.00   $     336,113.00   $                       -    $           61,113.00 Year 30 $          389,207.00   $     725,320.00   $                       -    $        450,320.00 Year 45 $          700,939.00   $ 1,426,259.00   $                       -    $     1,151,259.00 Total Cost $      1,426,259.00     $     275,000.00   Stone Coated SteelPrice Per Square $550Savings with a 4% Inflation Compounded Annually: $1,151,259Asphaltprice Per Square $240Numbers based on a 500 square project
    76. 76.   Asphalt (replace) Asphalt Total Stone Coated  DifferenceDay 1 $          120,000.00   $     120,000.00   $     325,000.00   $      (205,000.00)Year 15 $          216,113.00   $     336,113.00   $                       -    $           11,113.00 Year 30 $          389,207.00   $     725,320.00   $                       -    $        400,320.00 Year 45 $          700,939.00   $ 1,426,259.00   $                       -    $     1,101,259.00 Total Cost $      1,426,259.00     $     325,000.00   Large Project Life Cycle AnalysisLarge Project Life Cycle AnalysisStone Coated Metal Roofing Systems Compared to Low-end Asphalt RoofingStone Coated Metal Roofing Systems Compared to Low-end Asphalt RoofingStone Coated Steel$650 per squareSavings with a 4% Inflation Compounded Annually: $1,101,259Asphalt$240 per squareNumbers based on a 500 square project
    77. 77. 1. Determine roof squares feet without waste2. Add linear feet of hips and valleys, multiply by 23. Add totals from step 1 & 24. Multiply total by 1.06 = Roof square feet including waste5. Divide total from step 4 by 100 = Roof squares6. Multiply roof squares from step 5 by number of Gerard panels per squareTile: 22.7 panels per squareBarrel Vault: 24.5 panels per squareCanyon Shake: 25 panels per squareNB Tile: 25 panels per squareBarrel Vault, Tile, NB Tile, & Canyon Shake
    78. 78. 1. Determine roof squares feet without waste2. Add linear feet of hips and valleys, multiply by 23. Add totals from step 1 & 24. Multiply total by 1.03 = Roof square feet including waste5. Divide total from step 4 by 100 = Roof squares6. Multiply roof squares by 24 (The shingle profiles have 24 panels per square)Granite Ridge & Guardian Shingle
    79. 79. For Trim Caps:BV, CS, Tile: Add all of the lineal feet of the hip, ridge, rake and divide by 1.2.Add 3 extra pieces for every junction area . For the Shingle do the sameexcept do not add lineal feet of rake.AccessoriesFor Starter, Fascia, Z-Bar, Valley, & etc:Add all of the above material comes in 10’ sticks. Be sure an allow foroverlap and round up.For Batten: All batten are calculated on a 1:1 ratio. For every square foot of roofspace, you calculate 1 lineal foot batten. For counter batten take the amountof battens required for the job and multiply by .7
    80. 80. Gerard Stone CoatedMetalPhoto Gallery
    81. 81. Shake Style
    82. 82. Shake Style
    83. 83. Shake Style
    84. 84. Tile Style
    85. 85. Tile Style
    86. 86. Tile Style
    87. 87. Tile Style
    88. 88. Barrel Style
    89. 89. Barrel Style
    90. 90. Barrel Style
    91. 91. Commercial Installations
    92. 92. Churches
    93. 93. Churches
    94. 94. Commercial
    95. 95. CommercialSpruce Goose Hanger
    96. 96. Long Island UniversityCommercial
    97. 97. Hotels
    98. 98. La Quinta InnHotels
    99. 99. Hotels
    100. 100. Professional
    101. 101. Professional
    102. 102. Condominiums & Apartments
    103. 103. AFTERBEFORECondominiums & Apartments
    104. 104. Condominiums & Apartments
    105. 105. Condominiums & Apartments

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