For experience and the right advice please contact us to discuss your Colorbond roofing project.
We supply all forms of Colorbond roofing and rainwater products from commercial building through to the roof of the dog kennel. Sometimes for the same customer!
22 Australian colours to choose from
Colorbond has been designed with the colours of Australia in mind. And with 22 colours to choose from there’s something to suit any home or commercial building in Australia, whether the roof is gable, skillion, Dutch gable, curved or concaved.
To make colour selection easier for your new roof, renovation or extension, please download the official Colorbond colour chart from our website. And because the colours on monitors and home printers can vary please feel free to call into our showroom and collect some free colour swatches if you are unsure of the difference between colour shades.
It’s not just for roofing – Colorbond is great for walls and ceilings too
Don’t forget that Colorbond can also be used for wall cladding, through either traditional roof sheet profiles such as corrugated or Monclad (Stramit) or Trimdeck (Lysaght) or through more contemporary wall cladding panel systems such as Stramit’s C-Clad and Premier 300 range. There are also thinner gauge wall sheets that have wider sheet coverage than roofing sheets. The most popular of these profiles is called Mini Corry, which as the name suggested is a smaller corrugated profile. It looks great in both residential and commercial applications, for both walling and ceiling and soffit panels.
Fire and termite resistant Colorbond is a safe choice for our climate.
If you require an acoustic roof panel, perforated Colorbond corrugated or Mini Corry sheets are a great solution both aesthetically and economically.
A valuable Colorbond roofing and cladding selection chart is also available here. (See below)
Save on energy costs and have a cooler roof cavity
One of the most recent developments is the creation of Thermatech® technology that optimises the solar reflection properties of every Colorbond steel standard roofing and walling colours except for Night Sky (which is black). Thermatech is not available in Colorbond stainless steel.
First introduced in 2008, Thermatech® technology has become standard to the six new colours that were added to the range in 2013. The colours included four new shades of grey – Basalt, Wallaby, Gully and Cove – a eucalypt green called Mangrove, and a deep red called Terrain.
Don’t be fooled by “cheaper” imported imitations – only trust a Colorbond Warranty
Tried and tested for over 45 years in some of the toughest conditions on Earth, we only use genuine Bluescope Colorbond which is backed with a warranty you can trust. Bluescope require the home or property owner to register for their warranty. It is a straight forward process that can be completed in just a few minutes. You will just need to know how far from the ocean the address is. If you’re more than one kilometre you won’t need an exact distance. If you’re close to the beach Google maps can help you measure the distance. Please follow this linkwarranties.bluescopesteel.com.auTo see a sample warranty follow this link. https://warranties.bluescopesteel.com.au/site/downloads/ColorbondRoofingSampleWarrantySept13.pdf
One of the largest and most active advertisers of roofing and outdoor entertaining areas doesn’t uses mostly imported coloured steel. The imported coloured steel products have not withstood the test of time and supported their products in the way that Bluescope has over many years. Colorbond has been developed for Australia’s harsh environment and it will give you security for many years.