Welcome To MicroMetl’s Rooftop Curbs Page!
When placing a new RoofTop Unit (RTU) on a curb, you have so many choices. Here you will discover how you can wade through those choices and make the best decision for your client or facility. MicroMetl has years of experience manufacturing standard and custom size rooftop curbs. Have a question about roof curb… Let us know! We would be please to create it as a new topic on our multimedia blog!
Choosing The Correct Seismic Roof Curb – Understanding The Specifications A previous MicroMetl Blog defined Seismic Curbs. Now that we understand the definition of seismic roof curbs, how are they applied in the real world? It is…read more
Innovative criminals will try anything to gain access into a building. So when conventional breaking and entry methods either fail, or appear too risky, burglars often attempt entry through Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) systems.read more
What Are Seismic Roof Curbs? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines Seismic as… “From subject to, or caused by an earthquake; also : of or relating to an earth vibration caused by something else (as an explosion or the impact of a meteorite).” I’m thinking if your...read more
The Pros & Cons Of The Welded Rooftop Curb Are Welded Curbs Worth the Additional Investment? Welded curbs can be a time saver when compared to knockdown curbs. They're delivered fully assembled. Just put them in place, no need to square your new curb, and no...read more
Knockdown Rooftop Curbs Defined & Explained! What is a Knockdown Roof Curb? The Knockdown Curb ships un-assembled, can be easily stored in your inventory, and is your least expensive option when it comes to rooftop curbs. With the use of some basic tools, it is...read more
Common Rooftop Curb Types Explained & Defined! When placing a new Rooftop Unit on a curb, you have so many choices. So I’ve assembled a summary of the most common curbs, and I’ll explain what differentiates them. Knockdown Curb – This curb ships unassembled, and...read more