Guide to Ordering Samples Online

Guide to Ordering Samples Online

How to Order Samples at Bridger Steel

Purchasing metal samples is a great way to ensure your finished project will turn out exactly how you imagined. You can order samples in different colors and finishes, and different panel profiles that way you can be sure your final choice is the right choice! To purchase samples online, you’ll want to visit Bridger Steel’s online store.

Before Ordering

Before ordering samples, you may want to explore the different options we have available. We have a wide variety of panel profiles available. There are some panels best suited for roofing, and some best suited for siding. There are also different interior panel options and fencing options. You’ll want to explore all of the different styles of metal panels we have to narrow down your choices.

Another factor you should consider before choosing a sample is the gauge, or thickness of the metal panel, that you need for your project. Depending on the territory where your project will be housed, you may need to take into consideration the demand it might need regarding the environment. Is your project in Colorado, where the hail or snow will impact the structure? Is it in Florida, where additional testing for high-speed winds might be needed? Is it in California, Oregon, or Seattle where the coast could possibly erode the material over time? No matter the placement of your project, understanding your environment is a great way to identify the gauge of the material and type of panel you will want to install.

You’ll also want to explore our variety of different colors and finishes available. Whether you’re looking at neutral colors or a textured finish, we have quite a few options to suit any style project. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the different choices of panels or colors, feel free to reach out to a Product Specialist. Our team can give recommendations on a few different options that are specific to your project’s needs. It’s also important to connect with a Product Specialist in regards to color because some colors and gauges may not be able to be produced within the profile you’ve selected for your project.

Another smart step you can take before order samples is to review contractors in your area if you won’t be completing the project yourself. With tons of qualified contractors out there, it’s important to review your options. A great way to do this is by contacting references. Did they come within the estimated quote for the work? Was the project completed within the timeframe and budget allotted? Did they ensure the project was well within code to stand the time frame of the warranty? It’s important to do your homework and find an experienced contractor to help you complete your project.

Once you have considered all of these factors, you can start purchasing samples. We have a large offering of color samples in 4X4 and 12X12 inch sizes. We also offer all of our panel profiles in bare Galvalume to ensure the panel profile is the right fit for your project without any distractions in color.

How To Order Samples

  1. Start by navigating to our online store:
  2. Next, you can choose to purchase the following samples:
    1. Color Samples
    2. Color Sample Packs
    3. Panel Samples
  1. Once you’ve decided which samples you’d like to purchase, simply select “Add to Cart.” This will prompt you to view your cart, from which you can either choose to continue shopping or checkout.
  2. Finally, when you’re ready to check out, you’ll need to simply fill in the correct information. It’s important to provide a physical mailing address for shipping. A PO Box will ultimately not allow our team to process your order, making shipping take longer.

We offer nationwide shipping and always ship your products within our promised 24-72 hour time frame.

If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing samples, feel free to contact us at 1-833-STEEL-US or email us at: You can also get in touch with a Product Specialist to start narrowing down your options for your project.

May 11th 2020 Katelyn Furtney and Kaylee Beattie

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