Architectural Metal Cladding Melbourne

Colorbond Cladding

South Melbourne

Facades, Exterior, Roofing

South Melbourne Exterior Cladding

Residential | Commercial

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Cladding To Withstand The Elements

Your metal wall cladding will last a long time since it is made to endure the elements of nature such as rain, hail, wind, and sun. There is no corrosion, termite damage, or fire danger. Metal wall cladding is very long-lasting and robust.

Temperature changes, wind, water absorption, sunshine, and pollution, all of which may impair a building’s structural integrity and attractiveness, are all protected by the coating. Metal cladding is resistant to adverse weather conditions and can be simply cleaned to retain its appearance.

How Long Does Metal Cladding Last?

Thanks to the protective patina it develops, it may easily last more than 50 years in operation.

Advantages Of Metal Cladding

Protection and Fortitude

The extra protection provided by metal cladding panels is one of the most important benefits. Metal cladding panels protect inside building materials from the weather while also increasing the structure’s mechanical stability. Changes in temperature, wind, water absorption, sunlight, and pollution, all of which can harm a building’s structural integrity and beauty, are all protected by the coating.


Aesthetic benefits outweigh functional ones when considering metal cladding as a construction material. With metal cladding, you may dramatically improve the aesthetics of a structure while also improving its monetary worth. You may use metal cladding to produce a wide range of aesthetics with a variety of shapes and finishes, such as a variety of color possibilities and beautiful stainless steel or rustic metal effects. Metal cladding

Low Maintenance

Metal cladding panels required extremely less maintenance or repair work in comparison to wood, stone, and painted surfaces. Metal cladding is resistant to extreme weather conditions and can be cleaned easily to maintain its good looks.


Metal cladding panels, especially those with lightweight aluminum honeycomb cores, can be the lightest of cladding solutions. This reduces the building’s dead load and makes them simple to move and install.

Environmentally Friendly

Metal cladding panels can be created from recycled materials, making them eco-friendly and lowering the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. They may also be easily recycled after their useful life as cladding because they are made of common metals. As a result, the carbon footprint of metal cladding panels is significantly reduced.

Colorbond Cladding In South Melbourne 3205

South Melbourne is an inner Melbourne neighbourhood located 3 kilometers south of Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD). It is under the jurisdiction of the City of Port Phillip. Historically known as Emerald Hill, it was one of Melbourne’s earliest suburbs to be granted full municipal status and is one of the city’s oldest residential neighborhoods, famous for its well-preserved Victorian-era streetscapes.

The existing borders are difficult to define. Starting at the east end of Dorcas Street, it travels along the back of homes on St Kilda Road, then south along Albert Road, north up Canterbury Road, along the back of St Vincent Place’s north side, zigzags west up St Vincent Street, and finally north up Pickles Street. Then, to the west, there is an arm of former industrial property between Boundary Road, the highway, and Ferrars Street. It then proceeds up Market Street to Kingsway, then up Dorcas Street to St Kilda Road.

The primary business sector is centered around Clarendon Street and adjoining streets, including an area surrounding the South Melbourne Market, and is home to several merchants, cafés, diners, art galleries, and other establishments. South Melbourne, like the Melbourne CBD, has a plethora of little laneways, the most of which are cobbled in bluestone.


In Melbourne, our most popular cladding materials

Regular Steel (colorbond)
Titanium Zinc

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