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High-quality COLORBOND roofing is a popular DIY choice for a variety of roofing projects, from simple gazebos, garages and guttering.

Alternative types of COLORBOND roofing

COLORBOND roofing quad gutter steel sprouting is a quick, less exy way of guttering a shed or other small building. The design of the hardwearing and durable quad gutter allows you to catch rainwater so that you can recycle it in your backyard.

Steelclad COLORBOND roofing is available in 1.5m sheets and a wide selection of colours. Choose a shade that blends well with your yard for maximum kerb appeal.

Cut to length COLORBOND roofing is available in a range of functions and styles. With COLORBOND barge capping roof flashing you can easily waterproof the junction of the fascia and the roof sheet, and ensure that your roof has a ripper finish at the same time. Custom fold is available on request.

Apron flashing COLORBOND roofing carries water away from the surface of the wall so that it travels down the roof to the gutters. Combo COLORBOND roofing for fascia and guttering solve two problems in one. The roofing sheets can be used with other accessories.

Corrugated COLORBOND roofing is typically supplied in 0.35bmt sheets. A range of colours are available.

COLORBOND roofing kits for DIY installation

Besides standard accessories for your roofing needs, you can also upgrade your patio, carport or pergola with a DIY COLORBOND roofing kit. The flat, one side attachment COLORBOND roof of your choice is supplied with 4 powder coated galvanized steel posts for easy installation, all rainwater parts and accessories, plus screws and brackets.

Full COLORBOND roofing for freestanding carports allows you to maximize your parking space. The Custom Orb COLORBOND roofing covers 6m x 3m and features a standard gable end design. Steel posts, FIRMLOK COLORBOND steel beams, guttering, downpipes, and all fixing and accessories are included.

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