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Please refer to "EBOSS" link above for all Roofing Industries drawing details 

Recognising that building designers, engineers, and other industry professionals maintain extremely busy schedules,  Roofing Industries welcomes the opportunity to provide this informative and user-friendly section of our website where we seek to provide technical support. We are confident that www.roof.co.nz will be welcomed by design professionals as the “one-stop” roofing and cladding reference tool, updated to meet the requirements of the Building Code on a regular basis.

Note: The following statement only applies to Eurostyle, Multideck and trapezoidal profiles. Oil canning is defined as a perceived waviness across the flat area of ( in particular, but not limited to) wider metal panels. It is a naturally-occurring phenomenon and can be more discernible under shallow cross lighting, variation in light source, temperature, and thermal changes. Oil canning is an aesthetic issue and not a structural problem or defect. The property owner, builder, specifier should be aware that these undulations do not affect performance. The inclusion of swaging systems may also assist in reducing surface waviness.

Along with the extensive amount of information available through this site, our staff are ready and willing to assist with any clarification, and further technical support

For all Roofing Industries commercial drawing details please contact Roofing Industries Technical Helpline 0800 844 822 to access our cloud account until such time as the drawings are loaded on to EBOSS. 

  • Maintaining your roofing and cladding
    • Maintenance of Metal Roofing and Cladding

      Most products used in the construction sector need some form of regular maintenance to ensure life of the products meet performance and warranty expectancy and most certainly metal roofing, cladding and rainwater products are no different.

      • Architecural Resources
      • Maintaining your roofing and cladding
      Last Updated: 9 Oct, 2017 - 3:14pm
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