Nail Strip Profile NS

Nail Strip Profile NS

AGWAY’s Nail Strip panel system offers variable panel widths, two rib heights and easy installation, making it the ideal choice for seasoned contractors or do-it-yourselfers.. Using a continuous nail strip that requires no seamer, AGWAY Nail Strip systems facilitate easy installation, making them a popular choice for residential, agricultural or commercial projects..

Whether you choose a profile from our Nail Strip, Standing Seam, or Snap Lock roof cladding systems, the result will be a stunning, architecturally distinctive roof that installs easily and has no exposed fasteners. All these durable AGWAY roof cladding products are available in a full range of stock colours, in variable panel widths, and with optional stiffening flutes. All require a single skin application and must be applied over a solid substrate and waterproof membrane, using clips at a maximum of 2’ centres. Knee Caps are also available (same changes as above).

Profile Drawings


  • No exposed fasteners
  • Ease of installation
  • Full range of stock colours
  • Variable width
  • Optional stiffening flutes
  • Continuous nail strip
  • Knee Caps available 
  • No seamer required

Panel Specifications

NS 253/12 - 12/12

0.0236” – 0.030”
(0.610 – 0.762 mm) 

2' 6" - 45'
(0.76 - 13.71 m) 
10" - 28"
(254 - 711 mm)
NS381.5/12 - 12/120.0236” – 0.030”
(0.610 – 0.762 mm)
2' 6" - 45'
(0.76 - 13.71 m)

10" - 28"
(254 - 711 mm)

Side lap caulking is recommended when the slope is less than 2/12

Longer sheets are available. Additional charges may apply.

Standard Panel Widths

(497 mm)
(471 mm) 

Oil Canning

  • Oil Canning is a naturally occurring phenomenon inherent in all sheet metal
  • Oil Canning is not a valid reason for rejection of these products


  • Single skin application
  • Recommended that this always be applied over solid substrate
  • Recommended that this be applied over waterproof membrane
  • Fasteners at maximum 2' centres
  • Snap-in-place design
  • Due to potential difficulty in engaging the side lap, 22 GA material is not recommended for applications with a slope greater than 4/12

Side Lap Detail

Overlap Construction