To help you find the perfect colour for your next roofing project, COLORBOND ® steel’s inspiring colours are presented in five groups – Contemporary, Classic, Fencing, Ultra and the new Matt finish. All the colours have been inspired by the colours of Australia. So, whether you prefer colours that are subtle or bold, light or dark, cool or warm, there’s palette to find and the inspiration behind it.
The colours in the COLORBOND® steel Classic and Contemporary range feature Thermatech® technology (except Night Sky®). Thermatech® technology is not available in any other colours, COLORBOND® Metallic steel, COLORBOND® Coolmax® steel or COLORBOND® Intramax™ steel.
COLORBOND® Steel Matt was launched with great success and is available in Basalt®, Monument®, Dune®, Shale Grey®, and Surfmist®.
Colorbond shares projects from right around Australia that showcases different colours, and profiles used. We’ve showcased some of these below. And there’s no need to stop at the roof.
Wall cladding manufactured from COLORBOND® steel Matt is a contemporary and attractive design solution for commercial and industrial projects. It can also be used as an eye-catching design feature in residential applications.
The Matt range has been tested for 10 years in real world exposure testing and has undergone accelerated laboratory testing. It’s made in Australia, is incredibly durable and easy to maintain as a building material for your walls and roofs.
The coating technology is what offers an outstanding performance, with resistance to chipping, cracking and blistering. A perfect match for Australian conditions and ensures a finish that will retain its look for longer.
View the different profiles available here
We can showcase the different options available directly through Architectural Roofing + Building Supplies. The team can provide expert advice on your next metal roofing or cladding project. Our custom manufacturing is of the highest standard using state-of-the-art machinery operated by our highly skilled team.
We service Ballina, Lennox Head, Byron Bay, Tweed Heads and surrounding regions of the Northern Rivers.