Metal Roofing Panels

Indiana Metal has been supplying contractors and homeowners with quality metal roofing and post-frame building kits for all of Indiana. Metal roofing has become the preferred choice for many homeowners, but some may still be skeptical of all its advantages.

If you are in the market for metal roof panels, our dedicated team is eager to help. When you contact us, we will give you a quote for all the materials necessary for your next metal roof construction project in Bainbridge or throughout Indiana. We specialize in providing various gauges and colors of metal coils, and we can manufacture long-length trim and roll form four different metal panel profiles. 

Metal Roofing Panels

At Indiana Metal, our main goal is to be more than just suppliers. We want to be a valuable member of the Indiana metal roofing community building strong relationships with our clients. We strive to display that through our premier customer service. Moreover,  if you’re having trouble finding the right contractor, we could recommend installation crews to help with all your metal roofing needs.  

How Do You Install a Metal Roof Over Plywood?

If you want to install a new metal roof over an existing part of your residential or commercial structure, you must first ensure that you have a sturdy substructure to support it. The first step you need to take is to inspect the plywood. After you remove the original roofing, look for bad or damaged pieces of plywood sheathing. 

When you need to replace the plywood, look for the right model for your metal roofing. Use plywood at minimum 15/32 inches thick, and ensure they are free of dirt, dust, or any protruding pipes.

Then apply the underlayment and the slip sheet. While the underlayment can be asphalt, synthetic, or polymer-based, the National Roofing Contractors Association recommends a slip sheet of smooth building paper. 

Now install your metal roofing panels, and finish by installing the rubber pipe boot kits around all vent pipes.


To take full advantage of your metal roof, you must find the perfect supplier. For starters, see how the supplier works and become familiar with some of the components, common accessories, and other important roofing necessities. Our Indiana Metal team can provide high-quality metal roofing.

Metal Coils

Metal coils are long metal rolls coated and treated with paint. All metal roofing installations begin with coil or sheet metal, which is rolled out, cut, and roll-formed into a panel to be installed. When you purchase your metal coil from Indiana Metal, you can rest assured that you’ve found the greatest metal roofing supplier.

Metal Roofing Panels

Panels are the roll-formed pieces of a metal coil that have been shaped and are ready to be seamed together to form a metal roof. These metal roofing panels are pivotal for the stability of your roofing system. Speak with the roofing panel professionals at Indiana Metal and read more below about the metal roofing panels we offer. 

Roof Seam

The crease where two metal panels are joined together is called the seam. Seams are formed using a roll former and can snap in place, or they are mechanically seamed together.

Roofing Profile

The shape that your metal roofing panels are formed into is a part of its profile. Moreover, the profiles will determine how your panels fit together. Contact one of our metal roofing professionals to help you find the best metal roofing profile for your residential or commercial space. 


At Indiana Metal, we provide high-quality metal roof panels throughout central Indiana. We serve the entire state of Indiana and its surrounding areas. Our team has been supplying homeowners, contractors, and roof installers with pristine, environmentally-friendly roofing materials. Check out some of the metal roof panel options we provide: 

Panel MP150

The MP150 is a snapped seam roof panel with 1 ½” tall ribs and is ideal for complicated roofing planes. Its design makes it easier to install because panels can be installed in two directions around a center panel.  This can also help reduce waste on your roof build.

Indiana Metal has the MP150 available to roll on-site or can be picked up at our warehouse. The MP150 is great for sloping roofs, and the metal is premium-grade steel in 24 or 26 gauge. 

This roofing panel could be protected under a paint warranty for up to 40 years and is available in 30 colors, making the MP-150 perfect for both residential and commercial purposes.  

Panel MP210

The MP210 is a mechanically seamed roof panel. The MP210 roofing panel comes smooth or striated and can span purlins up to five feet. The MP210 is made of premium-grade steel in 22, 24, or 26 gauge. We are more than willing to roll on-site, or you can pick up your materials with us. 

These metal roof panels could be warranted up to 40 years like all of our other materials, available in more than 30 colors, and the panel profile is UL tested and approved for UL 580 class 90 Uplift Resistance.

Panel MP675

The MP675 is a snapped seam roof panel making it ideal for contractors trying to work as efficiently as possible. These roofs can be used on slopes down to 2:12 and are made of premium-grade steel with 1 ⅝” tall ribs. Contact a metal roofing panel supplier at Indiana Metal today and secure your money-saving metal roofing panels.

Panel MP36

The MP36 is a 36-inch wide panel with ribs nine inches in the center with ¾ inch tall ribs.

The MP36 is ideal for roofs sloped down to 3:12. The MP36 roof panel is constructed of premium grade 29 gauge steel. These roofs can be customized in color to match your Indiana home. Call us today to discuss your roofing panel options and what may be best for you. 

Indiana Metal Roof Panels For Sale

At Indiana Metal, we are here to meet all your metal roofing supply needs. We are located in the heart of Indiana, and we provide premium metal roofing materials and trim. 

We manufacture our metal panels and trim to custom specs and stock general metal roofing materials. If you’re looking for metal trim or roofing panels customized for your project, contact us as soon as possible!

Why Choose Metal Roofing?

A roof is a big investment, so before purchasing, you must find the ideal roofing material suitable for your needs, preferences, and budget. Metal roofs may be the right option for you because they have many significant advantages. 

Metal roofing has proven to be such a popular option that insurance companies have started to offer homeowners up to a 30% reduction in their homeowners’ insurance if they choose to install a metal roof. 

The longer life cycle of metal roofing has also been credited for protecting residential and commercial applications during blizzards, storms, or forest and brush fires. Metal roofs can last up to 50 or 60 years, almost triple the lifespan of an average asphalt roof. 

Metal roofing also provides exceptional insulation, reducing your heating and cooling bills. They are available in various colors, finishes, and styles, so you should be able to find exactly what you are looking for. 

Metal roofing can perfectly fit your needs, preferences, and budget and will save you money in the long run. So, if you want to pick up your favorite metal roofing, contact Indiana Metal, the premier provider of metal roofing materials and trim.

FAQs on Metal Roof Panels 

At Indiana Metal, we are happy to answer all of your metal roofing-related questions.

Can I put metal roof panels over shingles?

In most cases, you can put a new metal roof over an existing shingle roof. This is one of the biggest reasons why metal roofs have been growing in popularity. Metal roof installations do not require complete removal of the existing roof, so they are a great option for most homeowners. 

How will metal roofing panels stand up to extreme weather?

Metal roofing panels can handle high winds, hail storms, heavy snow, and even wildfires. They generally have a 140-mph wind rating, which means that metal roof panels can withstand hurricane-force winds.

What type of warranty comes with the metal roofing panels?

Metal roofing panels are built to last a lifetime. While a non-metal roof has an average lifespan of 20 years, metal roofing can last 2 to 3 times longer.