Eversafe Buildings offers 3 different roof styles. A Regular roof with rounded eaves and horizontal sheeting, a Boxed Eave roof with horizontal sheeting and a Vertical roof with vertical sheeting. Choose the one that best suits your needs and budget.
Boxed Eave Roof
Regular Horizontal Roof:
The regular roof has rounded eaves and is the most economical roof design since it does not have the hat channel, ridge cap, eave-side trim or the welded transition from the vertical roof truss to the leg.
A-Frame (Boxed Eave Roof):
The “A” framed roof, or “Boxed Eave” is similar to a regular roof but is has square rather than rounded eaves. It’s the second most economical design since it does not have the hat channel and ridge cap that the vertical roof requires to support the vertical panels. The truss underneath the eave is covered with boxed eave trim creating a nice finished appearance.
The vertical roof has a boxed eave and is so named because the panels run vertically rather then horizontally, this is the best roof choice for longevity. The roof design reduces snow and rain buildup allowing it to drain easily to the ground. This roof type requires the least amount of maintenance and is preferred over the other styles of roof. Our vertical roof also include a ridge cap which helps evenly distribute rain and snow and adds strength to the buildings structure. Our vertical roof is designed for building over 36 feet long. Eversafe Buildings highly recommends the vertical roof option on buildings over 36 feet in length to prevent roof leakage as there are no seams in the roof panels.