As an external building material, Colorbond® Steel is very high in quality, finish and versatility. Over the last 50 years we all have gotten use to using Colorbond on our roofs because it is cost effective, strong, long lasting and without missing that it looks amazing. We have moved into the 2020’s and the variety…

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Colorbond Surfmist

Not long ago, I spent some time working on my own home, creating a custom Colorbond feature wall. I documented the whole process from start to finish in the video below. Have a watch and get the details below. Enjoy! Choosing the material For my outdoor space, I decided on this stunning custom cladding in…

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Low pitch roofing comes with its own set of unique challenges – but, as Colorbond Kenny from MyCladders, it’s nothing I can’t handle. In the video below, I will walk you through the step-by-step process of preparing a sheet for low pitch roofing so that it meets strict Australian standards. Preparing a sheet for flat…

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Merbou Cladding soffit by MyCladders

Colorbond… as we all know, is an amazing product that is part of the australian home. So why would you put it on the walls of your home? I say, why wouldn’t you. How often do you need to paint the exterior of your home? I have been in my 5 year old house now…

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We love working with architectural cladding finishes, and Enseam 265® is certainly in that boat. Watch the informative video below to see why we are raving about Enseam 265®. Spend four minutes listening to me talk Enseam 265® cladding to see if it’s what you’re after. Our experience with Enseam 265® MyCladders has installed Enseam…

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Premium Metal Cladding 10 Reasons why MyCladders love to use Colorbond Maxline 340® metal cladding   Why is it so good?  Well for a whole load of reasons. Maxline is one of the widest and deepest of all standing seam profiles at 340mm cover with 53mm ribs. Supports spacings can be as wide as 1500mm…

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roof repairs

Should I fix the roof on my renovation? I was told once by my mentor Ray Smith of Dynamic Roofing that every house in the world needs a roof – it’s a non-negotiable option. He followed the statement with, “yet 90 per cent of people spend the least amount possible to protect the what’s underneath…

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When it comes to leaks, low pitch roofs are the most vulnerable. Roofs between 1 and 4.9 degrees are considered to be low pitch. Only a few types of roofing profiles are made to be installed at such low degrees, including mono clad (Trim Deck) and concealed fix (Klip Lock, Speed Deck, and Top Deck).…

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Patio Awning roof

  An awning roof is a structure that is built to bring the outdoors in. It’s attached at the side, or to multiple sides of a house, to extend the roof line and create an outdoor area that keeps everyone protected from rain and sun during our extreme weather. In most cases, an awning roof…

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Standing seam cladding

What do you think when you hear “Colorbond Roofing?” I bet corrugated iron – which is used on 99% of steel residential roofs – would probably be the first thing that comes to mind. So you may be surprised to discover that there are more styles of steel roofing than just corrugated iron. For example,…

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