NRCA ANSI/SPRI ES-1 Approved
Thomas Finn Company is an approved NRCA ANSI/SPRI ES-1 fabricator and installer for all roof edge metal flashings (gravel stop, fascia, and copings). In 2003 The International Building Code (IBC) added a requirement for edge metal flashings, except gutters, for low-slope membrane roof systems to be designed according to ANSI/SPRI ES-1, “Wind Design Guide for Edge Systems Used with Low Slope Roofing Systems,” to resist buildings’ basic design wind blow-off speed. This is one example how we continually stay abreast with changes in the industry so you can be assured the products and services we provide are only the best.
Architectural Metals and Panels
We have the experience and skill to work with architectural and ornamental metals in almost any application. Architectural metals offer a huge range of possibilities ranging from architectural wall panels to ornamental facades. Metal roofing has been in use for centuries, but recent technological advances have given new versatility to this medium.
Architectural Metal Panel Systems
Architectural Metal Panel Systems including a wide variety of panel profiles and system. Whether your building needs include a manufactured panel system or a custom built system we have the knowledge, expertise, and ability to assist you in any metal panel project.
We have the ability to produce our own architectural metal roof and wall panels for faster installation and complete customization to suit your needs. We fabricate and install many panel profiles according to the demands of your project.
Zinc and Copper Systems
The use of Zinc and Copper as roofing and wall materials dates back centuries, and you can expect that type of historic wear from a roof or wall cladding made from one of these classic, beautiful materials. Both materials are strong and corrosive resistant, and require the knowledge of a skilled tradesman for installation. Thomas Finn Company has installed a wide variety of architectural and ornamental metals, including a restoration of the original copper roof on the Cathedral of St. Paul. (See photo below)