This is the First Baptist Church Butner. The sanctuary roofing was complicated by the radius in the middle of two flat areas, 42 foot long panels, and areas at the uppermost point being nearly vertical. It took a crew of 6 approximately 2 months to remove all the shingles and install the new snap-locked metal roof.
Due to the slight difference in pitch between the two roof planes, we would have otherwise had to apply a very large apron flashing that would have been leak-prone. Instead, we crimped the panels. Now there is no possibility of water infiltration because we used one continuous panel. In addition to being innovative, this technique creates a unique texture when you take a closer look.