Metal Building Products

Your comprehensive metal building products supplier.

Stucco Netting & Metal Lath

SteelLinx stucco netting and metal lath are made from prime quality galvanized steel to resist rust and corrosion. Stucco Netting is available in 17 or 20 gauge wire with a reverse twist weave which helps maintain a uniform mesh hole and dimensional stability. Metal Lath is available in Flat, Dimpled and V-Groove. Each sheet has square ends and smooth parallel edges for fast, easy handling and bending for curved surfaces. BlueLinx also offers a full complement of lath accessories to get the job done right.

Rebar & Remesh

As one of the nation's largest distributors of rebar and remesh, BlueLinx is your connection to one of the most comprehensive lines of concrete forming, fabrication, construction products and accessories. Our extensive product selection means you can rely on one supplier who understands your business and can deliver the products you need.

Remesh provides uniform stress distribution and more effective crack control in slabs and walls to hold reinforcing steel in position until the concrete is poured and set. All metal bar supports are manufactured to meet or exceed the recommendations of the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI). The ease and speed with which remesh can be installed typically saves valuable installation time and costs. Available in sheets and rolls, remesh reduces the number and size of cracks in concrete and permits the use of larger panels for more coverage.

Roofing Accessories

Aluminum roll flashing, or valley metal, is used in a variety of residential applications. It's most commonly field formed and used in a flashing or trim capacity for various areas of a home such as chimneys, fascia, endwalls, and sidewalls. Lightweight and easy to work with, aluminum roll flashing resists rust. If it's strength you're seeking, however, choose from our galvanized steel flashing.

Siding Accessories

Using high-grade trim coil, soffit, and fascia helps reduce costly repairs and maintenance caused by the effects of rain, snow, and wind. These accessories are rated by their performance, given the time and expense that siding projects entail. BlueLinx provides such options that help uphold the overall appearance and structural integrity of your home.

Trim Coil

Trim coil is used to fabricate a number of things including fascia covering, gutter flashing, rake flashing freeze board covering and window capping. All trim coil is made from pre-painted .019" aluminum.

Soffit, Fascia & Accessories

A frieze or band running horizontally and situated vertically under the roof edge of which forms the outer surface of a cornice and is visible to an outside observer.

Metal Studs & Framing

In contrast to lumber, metal is produced in strict accordance with national, rather than regional, standards so you can expect consistent material quality. Also, leave the job site with less scrap and waste than lumber. Besides its economic value and consistent quality, metal boasts assorted advantages that builders, electricians, carpenters, and engineers have relied on for centuries. Metal framing meets high seismic and wind load specifications, allows flexibility in design and easily accompanies gypsum board without shrinking, splitting, warping, or rotting. Before purchasing metal framing materials, consider the shape, strength, and thickness of metal that your project requires.


Our line of flat steel strapping includes the full range of regular-duty, high tensile, and heavy-duty products. In addition, we also supply a complete line of tools, tool parts, dispensers, seals, edge protection, and a variety of accessory products to complete your strapping requirements. More economical than some alternative methods, plastic strapping has gained wide acceptance in the strapping market. Within this complete line, BlueLinx offers a full range of polypropylene, polyester, and nylon strapping products. Round wire strapping is used for unitizing applications. BlueLinx offers single and double loop wire ties, straight and cut wires, as well as high tensile bailing wires. These products are available in basic steel, galvanized or black annealed, and come in several different gauges.

Metal Connectors

One of the best ways to attach walls, floors, and roof structures directly to the house's foundation is to use readily available, inexpensive metal connecting plates and anchors along with approved structural nails. In a typical house, only the treated sill plate is firmly bolted to the foundation. There are numerous easy-to-install metal connectors that allow you to quickly bolt floors and walls to the foundation, and then connect every other major wall, floor, or roof section. The implementation provides a continuous metal connection path from the roof down to the foundation.