Metal Specialty Panels

At ASI we offer many options for both insulated non non-insulated specialty panels. Read more below to learn about our product offerings, process, and vendors.

Metal Specialty Panel Vendors


Insulated Specialty Panels

A metal insulated specialty panels consist of an outer metal layer, an insulating core, and a ventilated cavity designed to provide weather protection, thermal insulation, and moisture management for a structure's facade.

Superior Thermal Performance

Metal insulated rainscreen systems provide excellent thermal insulation, reducing heat transfer and maintaining a consistent indoor temperature, resulting in lower energy consumption and cost savings.

Enhanced Weather Protection

These systems act as a protective barrier against external elements, effectively diverting rain and preventing moisture intrusion, which helps extend the lifespan of the building and its structural components.

Architectural Versatility

Metal insulated rainscreen systems offer a wide range of design options, including various metal finishes and panel profiles, allowing architects to achieve both aesthetic appeal and functional performance in building exteriors.


Non-Insulated Specialty Panels

Metal non-insulated specialty panels are cladding systems composed of metal layers without added thermal insulation, primarily used for cost-effective and low-thermal-resistance applications in building exteriors.

Cost-Effective Cladding

These systems provide a cost-effective solution for cladding applications where thermal insulation is not a primary concern, making them a budget-friendly option for various building projects.

Reduced Maintenance

Metal non-insulated rainscreens typically have fewer components and are easier to maintain, resulting in lower long-term maintenance costs, making them suitable for buildings with lower insulation requirements.

Lightweight and Easy Installation

Due to their simplified design and reduced weight, these systems are often easier and quicker to install, which can be advantageous for projects with tight timelines or where insulation is not a primary concern.