Metal Roof Flashing — Standing Seam

Standing seam roofs are made of metal panels secured together in a way that conceals all fasteners. They are easily recognized by their small, straight ridges that run parallel down the height of the installation.

When used as flashing, standing seam installations can serve as beautiful and eye-catching accents in addition to providing their practical, waterproofing function.

Standing seam profiles are sure to ignite your creative side. They offer a great Industrial look on garages, businesses, offices, restaurants and more. Standing seam panels offer straight, clean lines that pair well with corrugated panels. Show off your imaginative style by changing up the colors, metals and finishes for a one-of-a-kind look.


Flashing is the name for material that helps bolster the waterproofing properties of your roof system. Areas where extra waterproofing is needed call for special flashing installations, including:

  • Chimneys
  • Exhaust vents
  • Around skylights or roof windows
  • Ridges and valleys
  • Around the drip edges or areas where the roof profile meets a wall surface
  • Along the tops of windows and doors
  • Anywhere that water runoff will splash or be concentrated

Most flashing consists of flat pieces made from soft sheet metal like certain grades of zinc, copper or steel. Standing seam flashing can create a unique, highly-finished look to these areas as opposed to a mere flat surface. These elements add lots of visual interest to various areas around the building.

Nashville Standing Seam Flashing Installation Experts

Installing flashing can be a complicated job. The pieces must be correctly cut and secured so that your elements are waterproofed and look great.

Antebellum Roofworks Co Inc has many expert teams who have performed hundreds of flashing installations over the years. We can make any building look gorgeous through our quality craftsmanship and architectural know-how. Contact us at (615) 794-9111 today or fill out our form to get a free quote or to get started.

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