Corrugate is becoming increasingly popular as a wall cladding. There are various ways that it can be installed horizontally, vertically or even curved. This could be a modern addition to your new home or renovation.
The classic corrugated roofing profile is being used increasingly as a wall cladding – anything from a single feature panel to a whole house or commercial property.
Featured Cladding Job
One of our roofing and cladding jobs was recently featured on www.metalroofing.org.nz! Here’s a little bit about our contribution to the project:
The cladding, which was run both vertically and horizontally, as well as being lower-maintenance and more cost-effective, also gave the home some beautiful clean lines.
“A lot of work went into the detailing of the cladding and flashings – especially around the windows to give the house a nice crisp look,” said Wellington Architect David Pawson.
Builders EBUILD and roofing and cladding installer Royal Roofing collaborated over flashing details for inter-storey junctions, windows, decks and the change from horizontal to vertical cladding, which was tough to execute.
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