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DB2 Services, Architectural Sheetmetal Fabrication, Kansas City

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DB2 Services, Architectural Sheet Metal Fabrication, Kansas City
DB2 Services is the best Architectural Sheet Metal Fabricator in Kansas City, Kansas. Our expertise includes wall systems, composite systems, and roof systems. These state-of-the-art composite panel systems utilize Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) and Metal Composite Material (MCM), and are produced by world-class manufacturers such as Alpolic, Alcan Composites, and Alcoa Building. The smooth, sleek, composite materials used in our panel systems can be bent, curved and joined together in an almost limitless range of geometric configurations, offering an excellent solution for buildings in Kansas and Missouri.

Fabrication Services

We are a family-owned architectural sheetmetal fabrication company. We can operate as a sub-contractor or general contractor, with a proven history of completing challenging projects with quality craftsmanship on schedule. DB2 Services specializes in prefabricated, exterior and interior panel sytems, to increase building quality, reduce time of construction, and save considerably in overall cost. We perform projects in the education and commercial building construction markets.

DB2 Services, Architectural Sheetmetal, Kansas City

We specialize in prefabricated, panelized exterior and interior wall systems, composite systems and roof systems. They are an excellent solution for most buildings, and are ideally suited for schools, apartments, condominiums, hotels, long-term care facilities, and high-rise buildings.

We offer state-of-the-art metal wall panel systems and aluminum wall panel systems. You can be confident that quality workmanship, attention to detail, aesthetics and efficiency, balanced with safety, are the hallmarks of every project we undertake — from start to finish.

Prefabricated panels form a structural envelope that eliminates the need for conventional framing, provides integral insulation, and can be assembled swiftly by less skilled laborers. These advantages have spurred production and introduced a thermally efficient structural method of light construction to a broad market.

What's relatively new is the variety of materials being incorporated into panel systems, such as light gage steel, aluminum concrete and fiberglass components. Different systems may offer advantages for particular building needs or circumstances, but all share the basic design of a building component with inherent structural and insulating capacity.

Panel Systems

Aluminum panel systems are assembled to form exterior wall systems, composite systems, or roof systems, all with minimal additional framing. Many panels are lightweight, and can be designed to resist earthquakes, high winds, debris impact, moisture, and insect infestation. An excellent solution for most buildings, they are ideally suited for schools, apartment buildings, condominiums, hotels, long-term care facilities and high-rise buildings.

DB2 Services, Architectural Sheetmetal, Kansas City

Aluminum Composite Panel (ACP) or Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) are widely-used terms describing flat panels that consist of a non-Aluminum core bonded between two Aluminum sheets. Aluminum sheets can be coated with PVDF or polyester paint. ACP's are frequently used for external cladding of buildings (building facades), for insulation and for signage. ACP is very rigid and strong despite its light weight.

Aluminum can be painted in any kind of color, and ACP's are produced in a wide range of metallic and non-metallic colors as well as patterns that imitate other materials, such as wood or marble. ACP's can also be used in any form of cladding, such as partitions, false ceilings, etc. Aluminum composite panels are also widely used within the signage industry as an alternative to heavier, more expensive substrates.

Today's generation of Metal Composite Material (MCM) wall panels combine aesthetics and afford ability. Building owners and architects looking to make a design statement should look at today's generation of metal composite materials for the exterior cladding of their structure. The smooth, sleek material can be bent, curved and joined together in an almost limitless range of geometric configurations. In addition, the panels exude a lustrous visual when they are installed.