The Georges occupies two restored historic buildings in downtown Lexington, the Washington Building and the Marshall Building. Both of the structures were built over 200 years ago and have served as private homes, shops, inns and offices over the course of their existence. Both buildings were restored in late 2014 and now offer completely updated, modern amenities with all the original charm, character, history and elegance. These buildings are two of the oldest surviving structures in Lexington and support the whimsical charm of downtown.
Fabral standing seam panels were an ideal fit for the traditional style restoration of the Marshall Building at The Georges. The Marshall Building represents three periods of construction and has been painted to look like one building; small changes in the brickwork and window sizing enhance the charisma of this restored structure. Metal works as a timeless link between the old-world and modern aspects of the downtown neighborhood.
- 4,000 square feet of metal roofing
- 24 gauge 1″ double locked standing seam panels
- Fabral standard color Sierra Tan panels
- Installer: McCarty Roofing, Inc.
Stand ’N Seam®
This high performance, mechanically seamed roof system satisfies the most demanding applications. The panels can be roll-formed and curved to span an entire roof without end seams.
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Stand ’N Seam®
.032″ Aluminum .040″ Aluminum 22 Gauge Steel 24 Gauge Steel Copper
Double lock-seamed side joints Factory Applied Sealant Unrestricted thermal movement
Highest wind-uplift resistance of any standing seam panel on the market
Minimum Roof Slope: 1/2:12
Hail Resistance: UL2218, Class 4
Fire Resistance: UL790, Class A
Maximum Panel Length: 47′
Minimum Panel Length: 6′
|Wind Uplift ||UL90||#275, 275A, 275B|
|ASTM E330 ||24 ga. allowable load of 95.76 psf @ 2.5′|
|22 ga. allowable load of 87.88 psf @ 5′|
|.032″ AL allowable load of 48.48 psf @ 5′|
|.032″ AL allowable load of 66.67 psf @ 2.5′|
|.040″ AL allowable load of 66.67 psf @ 5′|
|.040″ AL allowable load of 82.42 psf @ 2.5′|
|Air infiltration||ASTM E283||.006 @ 20 psf
|ASTM E1680||0.00 @ 20 psf|
|ASTM E331||no water @ 20 psf|
|ASTM E1646||no water @ 20 psf|