Cobra can provide design assistance, budgeting, estimating, detailing, product selection, fabrication, and installation of various cladding options. We specialize in architectural metal panels, insulated wall panels, various rainscreens, aluminum composite systems, and polymer/wood/laminate composite panels.

Architectural Metal Wall Panels
Architectural panels come in a variety of profiles, sizes, colors, and design. Architectural panels can provide the tried and true dependability of exterior weather protection and provide a clean classic look for both exterior and interior applications.
Manufacturers: (Note: Cobra is a contractor, not a product supplier, and does not want to represent that we only work with the following products.  The following are commonly used products which Cobra can install.)
      
Insulated Metal Panels
Insulated panels offer the look and dependability of architectural metal panels with the addition of providing an R-Value. These panels can be used for commercial renovation products in need of additional R- Value for building efficiency, freezer and cold storage facilities, food processing plants, temperature controlled nuclear facilities, or any other application in need of an energy efficient skin. Often times the insulating foam also provides the panel structure with a true flush look and can reduce the oil canning that sometimes occurs in traditional panels.
Manufacturers: (Note: Cobra is a contractor, not a product supplier, and does not want to represent that we only work with the following products.  The following are commonly used products which Cobra can install.)
  
Composite Panel Wall Systems
“Composite Panel Wall system” is a phrase used broadly in today’s architectural environment, but has come to mean a lot of things. The term “wall system” refers to the fact that in order to achieve both a look and performance requirement in the building envelope, there is the need for a system not just a panel. The system needs to account for air flow, water penetration, ice, building movement, wind, severe weather conditions such as hail, and tie-in to other areas of the building envelope such as the roof and windows. Systems can widely range in price, but are generally more expensive than traditional architectural metal panels. “Composite Panel” is also a term that continues to shape our industry. Today’s panels can be constructed of aluminum, steel, polymers, wood, and laminates in various combinations. The raw panels are often sold to select wall system companies that engineer and provide a warrantable system for Cobra to install. “Rainscreen” is another frequently used term in the wall system industry. Frequently, the airspace behind a wall panel system creates a negative air pressure that can pull air and moisture into openings in the building envelope. A rainscreen system accounts for this air movement and is designed to achieve instant pressure equalization in various conditions. Various factors which account for the performance of a rainscreen include: panel flexibility and movement, volume of air space, the amount of ventilation, and type of seal. Careful consideration of these factors is very important in our often times harsh Northwest environments.
System Manufactures: (Cobra is a contractor, not a product supplier, and does not want to represent that we only work with the following products.  The following are commonly used products which Cobra can install.)
     
Panel Manufactures: (Cobra is a contractor, not a product supplier, and does not want to represent that we only work with the following products.  The following are commonly used products which Cobra can install.)