We are in need of a flyer to pass to architects that goes over our main metal roof & wall panel: 7.2 LongSpan. The front page of the flyer should be smart/attractive, yet simple. The main audience are architects, and then general contractors (i.e. metal builders, sheet metal shops, roofing contractors). Among the items the front of the flyer should contain are
1. Our company name: Metroll
2. Contact details:
a. http://www.metroll.us; phone no. 909.823.7663; fax no. 909.693-5153; email@example.com
3. Name of product: 7.2 LongSpan
a. Underneath this product name please include the words: “Roof & Wall Panel”
4. Picture of panel profile showing profile & measurements (36” coverage; 1.5” high ribs; 7.2” between rib centers)
5. Picture of actual panel (can also be either a real picture or computer generated picture)
6. Following text:
a. 7.2 LongSpan is an exposed-fastened metal roof & wall panel with 36” net coverage. 7.2 LongSpan is commonly used in architectural, commercial and industrial applications.
i. Spans longer than other panels – design provides superior load and span capacities – saving money in structural support, material and labor.
ii. Finishes: Kynar/Hylar (PVDF), SMP or Zincalume
iii. Gauges: 26ga and 24ga standard, 22ga optional
iv. Minimum Slope: 1:12
v. Applies over open framing or solid substrate
vi. Complete line of trim (up to 26 feet long), secondary structural framing and other accessories also available.
The back of the flyer should include two main items:
1. Section Properties & Load Tables. We are currently finalizing these figures. A generic table has been provided for design/layout purposes.
2. Attachment details.
a. Please see attached cut out for an example.
At the end of the day, the idea is to convince architects that we have a good product are are a reliable supplier.
For reference purposes, I have also included
(a) Link to relevant product page on our website: http://www.metroll.us/index.php/pro
(b) Our current product brochure.
(c) Attachment details to be included on back page of brochure
(d) Pictures of panel & the machine that manufactures the panel (unfortunately, they are not as good as we would have liked though!)
(d) A few examples of the competitor's brochures - see example 1, 2, 3.