Guest User
2/11/2009
Hello, can anyone ID this metal roof panel and would it still be available? It's about 6 or 8 years old and some damaged ones need to be replaced but I can't find anything online that matches it. The contractor who is biding the job said it's Metro Shake but the manufactures website only showed Metro Shake II and it looks alot differnt from this. Maybe this is an old version? I measured the panel and its 50" seam to seam and 14 1/2" top to bottom. Thanks for any info. Tim
Nate Libbey
2/12/2009
Tim, It looks very similar to Metro Shake II if not the same. I have attached a full panel photo of a Metro Shake II panel. Also the measurements on Metro Shake are 49.5" wide x 14.5" tall, so very close there. In my opinion it is close enough that it would work fine, without a very noticable difference.
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
2/12/2009
I agree with Nate but I think this is actually the former DuraLoc, now Allmet, shake profile.
Nate Libbey
2/12/2009
You're probably right. I'm not as familiar with Allmet's product line.
Guest User
2/12/2009
Is this what you mean? Yeah it does look alot like it. Thanks, Tim
Nate Libbey
2/13/2009
That's the one!
Todd Miller
Classic Products, Inc.
2/22/2009
yep
Guest User
9/1/2010
That is actually Metro I and was ment to be installed on 2x2 battens. Metro II is a refined version on this. Metro II has a far better side lap and is also designed to be installed battenless but also can be installed on battens. They are really not interchangable due to the side lap changes and the nose angle changes on Metro II. Similar, but next to each other you would see the differences.
Guest User
9/1/2010
Metro may have some Metro I at the plant they could ship to you, give them a call. Hopefully the area is small, worse case you remove that section of Metro I and just install the Metro II or any of the other similar looking products.
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