Petersen is proud to manufacture PAC-CLAD architectural metal products that inspire bold, creative, eco-friendly building design. PAC-CLAD metal wall and roof systems are made of top-quality, industrial-grade steel and aluminum, engineered for long life and superior performance.
PAC-CLAD wall and metal roofing panels are available in a dazzling color palette of Kynar-based 70% PVDF finishes, backed by an outstanding non-prorated finish warranty. Our standard colors include brilliant metallics, sophisticated wood grain and rich ore finishes.
PAC-CLAD architectural metal products support your green building objectives. Most colors meet LEED requirements and are Cool Roof-rated. Many panels are made with recycled aluminum, and all are 100% recyclable.
We invite you to explore the full line of PAC-CLAD products, which includes metal wall panel systems with hidden or exposed fasteners, standing-seam metal roof panels, flush-panel systems, soffit panel systems, perforated panels, column covers, coil and flat sheets.
Petersen is a longtime leader in architectural metals, founded in 1965 and always exploring new and innovative applications for commercial and residential design. With facilities in Illinois, Georgia, Texas, Maryland, Arizona, Washington and Minnesota, we are ready to supply your next project anywhere in the country. Explore our case studies to learn more about the possibilities that PAC-CLAD systems offer you. For a full discussion of your specific requirements, schedule a virtual meeting with our experts.
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