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Are Cladco Roofing Sheets corrosion-resistant?

Yes, Cladco Roofing Sheets are manufactured using Stainless Steel, which has a corrosion-resistant component to ensure a high-quality, long-lasting product. Find out more about Cladco Roofing Sheets and their properties here.

Do I need to look after and maintain my Cladco Roofing Sheets after installation?

To ensure your Cladco Roofing Sheets will last for many years. It is recommended to check your Roofing Sheets regularly and clear away any leaves or debris, and clean any marks or scratches (most marks should be able to be cleaned using soap and water...

How can you prevent condensation build up when using Steel Roofing Sheets on your build?

Cladco provides a Dripstop membrane option which can be added to Cladco Corrugated, Box Profile 34/100 and Box Profile 32/1000 during manufacture. Dripstop is applied to the reverse of your Roofing Sheet as a self-adhesive felt membrane to help prevent...

How do I maintain my Roofing Sheets?

Ensure that your roofing sheet is kept clear of debris. For more information about maintaining your roof see here. 

Will aluminium Balustrades scratch or rust?

Aluminium Balustrades are less likely to scratch or rust. Aluminium is a durable and highly resistant material which will not corrode or rust over time. The perfect material for outdoor installations. Should any damage occur to the material, this may...

Balustrades made with powder coated material, do they rust?

The powder coating on aluminium balustrades is a thick, dense finish, providing the balustrade with a durable long-lasting finish. With a number of benefits: 1. The thick coating protects the material from scratching, fading and rusting. 2. The coating...

How to paint Powder Coated Aluminium Balustrade System.

1. Clean the Substrate - Remove any grease or dirt which could inhibit the subsequent coating from attaching. Ensure all dirt particles are removed. This can be done either by hand with a sponge and soap, or if the surface has a lot of dirt, pressure...