Colorbond has become almost synonymous with metal roofing in Australia. Everyone knows Colorbond has a reputation for quality and that it looks great. But what you might not know is that you can use Colorbond for your guttering and fencing as well.
With that in mind, here’s everything you can do with Colorbond steel.
Colorbond has become extremely popular in recent years. When it comes to building materials, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything that’s as durable and looks as good.
Colorbond steel is incredibly durable and versatile. The three ways you can use Colorbond for your home are for roofing, guttering, and fencing.
Colorbond has become one of the most popular roofing materials in Melbourne, especially for newly constructed homes. There’s up to a 36 year warranty for Colorbond roofing, and your colour won’t flake or peel for at least 20 years.
Colorbond guttering, fascia and downpipes are just as durable and long lasting as their roofing. It’s a high-quality guttering option whether you have Colorbond roofing or not.
There is a variety of shapes and styles to suit any type of architecture, and it’s available in all the same colours as Colorbond roofing.
Colorbond fencing is a more durable alternative to traditional wooden fencing. The panels are lightweight and easy to install.
We’ve all seen wooden fencing around homes which has rotted and fallen down. Colorbond fencing has a longer lifespan, and it’s available in 14 colours.
As licensed roof plumbers, we can help you with all the Colorbond roofing and guttering you need. Fences don’t have much to do with protecting your home from rain water, so we don’t handle that part of your home.
But when it comes to roofing and guttering, O’Boyles are industry leaders. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work and customer service.