Once a roof is raised, a void is left between the existing siding and new roof-line elevation. ISE has worked closely with our partners to develop our Fast-Panel system to get your building water tight typically within a few days after lift.
Modern energy codes and the need for speed, whether your building is occupied or not, are among the main reasons to utilize the Fast-Panel system. We work with you and your architect and local building code officials to create a siding blueprint that will satisfy all requirements.
The Fast Panels are pre-fabricated in a controlled manufacturing facility in at least 12' sections. This occurs while we are preparing the roof to be raised. Panels are then delivered to the site the day after the roof is raised, and installation begins typically same day. Generally, the panels are set within 2 days for smaller footprints and within 5 days for larger (100K sqft+) footprints.
Fast Panels are constructed of either metal studs or horizontal girts and columns, and offer many different finish and insulation options. Popular options include
- Metal skin panels
- Insulated metal panels
- Dens Glass (For EIFS)
- Fiberglass bat insulation
- Foam board insulation
- Spray foam insulation (Highly Recommended!)
- Interior metal skin panels
- Interior vinyl opti-liner
But almost any option will be considered. If you have an idea, we'll Fast-Panel it.
Windows are available in our fast panels! We build them right in, no secondary vendor coming after the fact.
To learn more about Fast-Panels, contact our business development team at firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1976 Industrial Services Enterprises developed and patented the first commercial roof raising system in the United States in response to a client's request for more headroom in his building....
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The first project ISE did for us was a roof raise on an existing 100,000 SF building in Teterboro, NJ that we had acquired. It was very well located but only had a clear height of 12’ (it had been an industrial bakery). ISE performed a two stage lift to 30’. The building was leased shortly...