Menzies Metal Products was formed in 1978 by Sam Menzies. From Sam’s garage, the company has grown to become a leader in producing products for the roofing, building and plumbing industries. Working closely with Building organizations, for the past 35 years Menzies has been designing effective and innovative products, improving and simplifying roofing products for ease of installation and economics. From Menzies state of the art fabrication shop in Surrey, BC, the Company supplies products in both Canada and the United States.

Many of our products meet Canadian CSA and U.S. Standards, with testing provided by an independent certified testing lab. For you this means not only an assurance of quality and performance but that these products on your project will be code compliant as well.

Specification writers favor Menzies drains because they withstand the test of time. Products installed on commercial and residential buildings have proven to be superior in terms of materials and production processes, withstanding extreme variations in weather and temperature.

As a result, Menzies has become the product of choice of Architects and Project Engineers. Menzies products are used by the building industry in applications ranging from Commercial to Residential high density and single-family dwellings as well as individual homeowners.

Any of our existing and custom commercial metal roofing drains, vents and flashings can be coated with TPO Direct Weld. TPO Direct Weld coated products are aesthetically pleasing, durable, eco-friendly, and safe; using hot air guns for the installation process instead of open flame. TPO Direct Weld is also highly reflective, which can result in lower utility bills for heating and cooling buildings.

Products are available directly from Menzies Metal Products or through distributors and lumberyards, making them widely accessible whether you’re working in the trades or on your own home.

“We've been a family since 1978”

Menzies Metal Time-line:

  • 1978 – Sam Menzies forms Menzies Metal Products
  • 1983 – Moves to a 1,200 square foot building in Bradner, BC
  • 1985 – Moves to a 3,000 square foot building in Cloverdale, BC
  • 1987 – Moves to its present location in 2 bays totaling 4,000 square feet. The company would eventually take over the entire premises of 40,000 square feet
  • 1989 – Victoria, BC branch opens
  • 2006 – Summerland, BC branch opens
  • 2014 -- Victoria branch moves to Nanaimo
  • 2016 -- Summerland branch moves to West Kelowna