Roll-forming and installing a tapered roof can be a complex and demanding type of job. Because of the nature of the design, there are usually more cuts and bends involved in making the panels. It also requires a certain degree of expertise to make the panels on site.
It takes more skill and experience to cut panels for a tapered roof than to run panels for a standard standing seam roof, but the result can be more visually appealing — and more profitable. And there is the pride factor in being able to install the tapered roof. It takes craftsmanship a step beyond the ordinary. Contractors who can complete a perfectly executed tapered roof with a multi-panel machine and their own manual dexterity are a notch above the norm and acknowledged as such by their peers.
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