American Steel Buildings, LLC   1-800-511-3670      Copyright 2010 Home  I  About Us  I  Contact Us  I  Buying Process  I  F.A.Q. Description: A decorative trim or panel system projecting from the face of a wallpanel. Gauges: Varies dependent on design loads. Finishes: Red Oxide Primer Lengths: Varies dependent on building design and appearance requirements. Dimensions: 3:12 slope typical on mansards Usage: Aesthetic application Limitations: Soffit elevation must be at least 2'-0" below eave, minimum projection is 1'-6", maximum projection is 6'-0", and maximum height is 9'-0". Mansard/fascia must be 6" higher than the peak on the endwall and 6" higher than the eave on the sidewall. American Steel Buildings Mansards/ Facades - Agricultural - Aircraft Hangars - Automotive - Boat Storage - Church Buildings - Commercial/ Retail - Custom Design - Equestrian - Manufacturing - Mini-Storage - Office Buildings - Personal Garage - Pre-Engineered - Recreational - Warehouses Roof Panels PBR Double-Lok Retro-R Craftsman Lok-Seam Wall Panels PBR PBA PBU Insulated Panels Liner Panels Color Charts Ultra-Dek Batten-Lok Super-Lok Traditional Shadow-Rib Nu-Wall Primary - Gable Symmetrical - Gable Unsymmetrical - Single Slope - Lean-To Secondary - Purlins - Girts - Eave Struts - Base Condition - Building Design - Quote Request - Canopies - Eave Trim - Framed Openings - Insulation - Louver Vents - Mansards/ Facades - Overhead Doors - Parapet Walls - Partition Walls - Purlin Extensions - Roof Vents - Skylights/ Wall-Lights - Sliding Doors - Walk Doors - Windows Click below to view detailed drawing in PDF   Verticle Mansard: Thru Endwall (w/ backsheeting) Thru Endwall (w/out backsheeting) Thru Sidewall (w/ backsheeting) Thru Sidewall (w/out backsheeting) Sloped Mansard: Thru Endwall (w/ backsheeting) Thru Endwall (w/out backsheeting) Thru Sidewall (w/ backsheeting) Thru Sidewall (w/out backsheeting) Section Thru Mansard at High Sidewall: CAD Drawing # 1 CAD Drawing # 2 Home > Accessories > Mansards / Facades Steel  Buildings American