COLORBOND® steel​ – Matt Monument® delivers an amazing aesthetic

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COLORBOND® steel in Matt MONUMENT® provides a striking finish as shown for this residential project in Melbourne. Working with Richard Kerr Architecture, a soft look is delivered allowing our client to make a sophisticated and personal design statement.

COLORBOND® steel Matt provides you with the flexibility to realise your design vision. This contemporary finish offers a sophisticated twist, which alongside other building materials provides even greater design opportunities.

Manufactured to Australian Standards (AS1397 and AS/NZS 2728) and tested in Australian conditions over the last 50 years, COLORBOND® steel is a superior finish for your Cladding and Roofing products, including metal shingles. As pictured above – our Standing Seam metal cladding provides an aesthetically pleasing finish whilst avoiding the industrial finishes found in more recent standing seam systems. One of the most versatile cladding systems available, whether it is for roofing or facade type applications. Standing Seam metal cladding requires two panel seams to lap each other. Each panel is secured with our concealed clips and then crimped securely together with the use of specialised tools.

Standing Seam metal cladding and roofing is one of the most versatile metal cladding products available, whether it is for roofing or facade type applications. This exceptional product has received unprecedented response due to its striking look, yet simple installation.

Seams are available in 25mm / 38mm / 50mm formats, in copper, brass, bronze, zinc, stainless steel or pre-coated aluminium and can be supplied with all the necessary traditional flashings and accessories. The streamline low height of the seams (25mm and 38mm) contributes to its architectural design and offers you the flexibility when working on more complex designs and structures. Also available in 50mm creating large shadow lines for a beautiful aesthetic and stronger clips for durability. Substrate is optional with the 50mm format.