Guest User
8/29/2013
I own a Pascoe building built in 1986. On the south facing side the edge of the roof is rusting back 12". Obviously, Pascoe is not around anymore. I was hoping someone in the industry might know who acquired their tooling. It would be a shame to replace 4000 sq. ft. of roofing when only 85 sq. ft. is bad. I can provide pictures of the profile if needed. Every roofer who has said "I can get anything" has never seen this panel before. If I cannot find a compatible panel what is the best way to make a lasting patch. Some of the holes have been painted over several times with elastomeric roof sealant. So, I'm not sure how big the holes will be once ground down. All I know is it is leaking badly. Any and all suggestions would be appreciated. I need to sell the property and don't want the roof to be a deal breaker.
Eric Novotny
An informed customer is the Best Customer!
8/30/2013
I will wait for some of the more seasoned vets to post up. They probably have a better idea of what is still out there ans what you can source.
Guest User
9/3/2013
Architectural Integrated Metals purchased the plant that pascoe was in. Not sure if they retained the tooling for that particular panel or not but you can call them to find out. http://www.ai-metals.com/ 706.660.1877 If AIM no longer has the tooling then you have a couple of choices. MBCI makes a panel designed to fit over existing R panels called Retro R, this panel may work for you. The pascoe panel has a very wide rib so you should ask MBCI for a panel sample to see if it will work. http://www.mbci.com/retroR.html If the retro R isn't an option then any standard PBR panel should sidelap. Because of the rib shape of the pascoe panel, the new panel will need to go under the existing panel. Be sure the installer uses 1" wide sealer tape at the lap.
Eric Novotny
An informed customer is the Best Customer!
9/5/2013
Thanks for the information Patrick.
Guest User
1/22/2014
The PP-4 tooling is being rolled in the EAU, All equipment was sold and shipped over seas.....
Guest User
3/8/2015
i have the same issue. same exact material. need to patch and old skylight. so can it br found or not?
Guest User
3/14/2015
On a PASCOE metal bldg, what is the gage of the wall panels?
Guest User
4/25/2015
between 20-16 ga aluminum
Guest User
6/17/2015
I saw your post on pascoe building. I just purchased a building and it's all in pieces. Wondering if you had any pictures of it which may help me in putting mine together. Thanks Stewart [email protected] 619.808.8986
Guest User
4/22/2016
My church has a Pascoe Metal Building built in 1976. There are a few place near the bottom that rusted out due to shrubs being too close. I would like to find replacement panels and cut to replace the bottom 12 inches. Any idea how I can find them? I have the building specs and the gauge is 26.

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