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Aluminium is a relatively new material on the architectural cladding market compared to Copper and Zinc. It provides the designers with a more cost effective option. Being available in a selection of different surface finishes allows for great creativity.

Aluminium is a lightweight metal that has been developed to allow for excellent forming. Its corrosion resistance is a highly sought after property in the Australian environment.

Aluminium is resistant to corrosion and is often used in coastal areas where a steel based material might not offer the same level of protection.

Aluminium has a painted finish over the base metal, thus making it an option for a more uniform and consistent surface finish that will not change with time.

Its compatibility with other building materials is an essential property of Aluminium. Aluminium finishes range from solid mid and dark greys through to white. Additionally it is also available as a look-alike finish to weathered copper and zinc materials.


Vestis Aluminium

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