A roof made from Long Run Steel makes perfect sense. Strong, secure and energy efficient, it has a great look and delivers outstanding, long life performance. And with over 20 designer colours in the standard range, you can choose a roof colour that sets the theme for your whole home, or complements your other building material choices. In particular, you can ‘mix and match’ colours with your fascia, guttering and downpipes made from Long Run Steel.
With a durable, baked-on paint finish, Long Run Steel resists chipping, peeling and cracking to deliver long life performance with low maintenance. Non-combustible, termite resistant, weather tight and secure, it protects any home against New Zealand’s sometimes harsh weather conditions.
Long Run Steel is one of the toughest, most advanced building materials in the world. Tried and tested in some of the harshest climates across New Zealand. So you can be sure Long Run Steel not only looks great but also lasts.
Steel is 100% recyclable and is one of the world’s most reused products. It’s lightweight, making it more efficient and cost effective to transport. It’s delivered pre-cut to building sites so there’s less on-site wastage and less impact on the site and surroundings.
A roof made from Long Run Steel provides a great look for you and long term advantages for the environment by enabling more efficient use of resources.
All roofing and cladding products are subject to the cumulative effects of weather, dust and other deposits.
Normal rain water washing will remove most accumulative atmospheric contaminants from your roof, manual washing every 3 to 12 months, depending on the paint system, is recommended in moderate to very severe environments to prevent accumulation of dirt, debris or other material not removed by rain water.
For areas that do not receive any or adequate rain washing such as soffits, wall cladding under eaves, underside of gutters, fascias, sheltered areas of garage doors and unwashed roof areas, more extensive manual washing is required. Similarly, other high risk areas, around flues, under television aerials or overhanging trees and sites prone to mould, lichen, bird droppings or debris, need to have regular manual washing.