McElroy Metal’s Mirage, PBU and U panels have been approved as compliant with construction codes when installed using the manufacturer’s guidelines, according to a report from the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials.
The report declares that the metal roofing panels’ structural, weather-resistance and fire-performance properties meet the IAPMO’s international business and residential code requirements.
“Our customers require that we have our products evaluated to make their submittal process go much smoother,” said Tommy Johnson, director of engineering at McElroy Metal. “Having the IAPMO report helps us achieve an important part of our mission statement to be the ‘easiest metal products company to do business with.’ The IAPMO reports are trusted and depended upon by architects and building officials. They know when an IAPMO report has been issued on a product, that product has undergone the scrutiny of the most rigorous design and testing standards, and is in complete compliance with the building code.”
To view the full evaluation report, visit www.mcelroymetal.com/news/uniform-evaluation-service-ues-report.html.