Zinc it is a very long lasting roofing material in any environment it can last decades needing no maintenance or treatment throughout its lifetime, although good roof ventilation has to be ensured when designing roof construction zinc roofing material.
Zinc is naturally resistant to corrosion, is extremely durable and does not require costly maintenance. In addition, the flexibility and versatility of zinc, combined with its pleasing appearance, make it the material of choice for art-ise building projects to individual homes to commercial complexes, public buildings and domestic projects.
Zinc is 100% recyclable meaning your roof does not have to remain stagnant through out its long lifetime.
90% of zinc used in the building industry is recycled.
Zinc requires minimal to no maintenance due to its a naturally forming compound which is self-protecting. Zinc lends itself to both traditional and contemporary design, whether new build or refurbishment. Architects frequently comment on how well the material blends with wood, stone and concrete, whilst also providing a contrast to other materials used.
Zinc is naturally self-protecting. With time, it forms an attractive light grey colour. It does not rust, requires little or no maintenance, is remarkably resistant to corrosion and is perfectly watertight. Zinc offers durability and long-term cost-effective.
Zinc Roofing and wall cladding have become very popular over the years. People have commented how well the material blends with wood, concrete, stone, all this while providing a contrast with the finishes available.
Zinc materials are easily recyclable long lasting and environmentally friendly. Zinc has now become a very popular option for the roofing of flat roof, extensions or refurbished roofs.