Author Archives: I.G Roofing Limited

Interlocking Standing Seam Roof & Wall Cladding

Never re-roof again! This is a fully interlocking roof system. Its unique design mechanical-lock design forms a weather-tight unit, and unlike some other types of panel metal roofs, no rivets or screws are exposed on the surface of the panels. It may be installed on new construction or applied over existing roofs. All trims and caps […]

Auckland Ardex Butynol & Weldtec Membrane – Butynol Membranes

BUTYNOL MEMBRANES We are also provide the best membrane from Ardex which is Butynol Membrane & Weldtec Membrane Roofing and Tanking Membrane Resists ageing from heat, sunlight and ozone Excellent gas impermeability and toughness Remains flexible at low temperatures ARDEX WeldTec Waterproofing Membranes WELDTEC MEMBRANES Welded laps and seams for fast and secure installation Excellent […]

Impressive Standing Steam Wall Cladding at Auckland, New Zealand

Impressive Standing Steam Wall Cladding at Auckland, New Zealand With incredible flexibility and versatility, Standing Seam wall cladding allows for creative design and architecture. It’s really all about those clean, simple but bold lines when it comes to contemporary homes. We see designers using a clever array of mixed materials with creative combinations including cladding, […]

How To Pick A Good North Shore Auckland Standing Seam Roofers?

Aluminium roof

Choosing The Best North Shore Auckland Standing Seam Roofers? Having the good roof for your house is a big job, and is not something you are going to have done every year. It’s a job that people generally have done every ten years or so. And let’s be honest, it isn’t a cheap project either.  […]

Standing Seam Metal Roofs – Why Choose It For Your Home? 

Standing seam metal roofs were often seen on commercial buildings, but now they’re popular on homes as well. There are many reasons why they are becoming a popular residential roofing choice. 📌1. Highly protect your hours from moistureStanding-seam panels extend vertically, from the roof ridges to the edges, and are interconnected with raised, overlapping seams […]