Stainless Steel

Stainless steels resistance to corrosion and staining, low maintenance make it an ideal material for roofing and cladding, it is used for both practical and aesthetic reasons, the most famous example of this being the upper portion of the Chrysler Building which was constructed in 1931.

Today the material is commonly used for lead replacements on heritage buildings and churches but also becoming increasingly popular in the domestic market. Stainless steel is popular as it is a cost effective, quality material as compared with alternatives and is often known as the “green material” within the construction sector, this is because it has a recyclable recovery rate very close to 100%. In recent years it has proven to meet the needs of modern architecture by offering a comprehensive range of surface finishes to suit traditional and contemporary buildings.

 

 

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