Stop Colorbond Oil Canning

I opened up my Macbook to find a subject line on a new email reading “URGENT OIL CANNING…PLEASE HELP!!!“. Not again I said to myself. So many phone calls and emails, people that have moved…

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3 ways to Use Colorbond® Roofing as Cladding

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…

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Colorbond Surfmist

Creating a Colorbond® Surfmist® Matt® feature wall

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…

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How to prepare a sheet for low pitch roofing

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…

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Merbou Cladding soffit by MyCladders

Can I paint Colorbond cladding –

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…

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Kenny talks Enseam 265® Colorbond Wall Cladding

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…

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Kenny Talks Maxline 340 Metal Cladding

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…

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roof repairs

Why you should always invest in roof repairs first

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…

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5 ways to stop a flat roof leaking

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…

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Patio Awning roof

The Key to Designing and Building Awning Patio Roofs

  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…

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