Pe2 – the safe aluminium cladding that bends to your imagination

When architectural style and imagination meets safety and functionality – it’s called Pe2. The Architectural Roofing Company’s Pe2 fire-resistant aluminium cladding is a safe, flexible, cladding solution that knows virtually no creative limits. Pe2 is certified to the latest European non-combustibility standards (EN 13501). Lightweight, fast and easy to install, Pe2 has no fire hazard or toxic gas issues. It…

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Award-winning Papanui Club – a roofing solution with a difference

The architects behind the post-earthquake rebuild of the Papanui Club were looking for something different when it came to roofing and cladding material, and The Architectural Roofing Company helped them find it. The Papanui Club in Christchurch won a Gold Award (Retail) in the 2017 Commercial Project Awards. Tray Roofing’s Bruce Gibson says the project’s architects, RM Designs Limited, wanted…

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Streamline your next build with our new in-house designer/draftsperson.

Introducing the newest member of the Architectural Roofing team, designer Alex Lopez. If you are considering any of our products for your next project, Alex is here to help take the guesswork out of the design process. No-one knows our products better than us and we’ve come up with a way to help bring that knowledge into your architectural designs…

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Stronger than ever in the South

Over the years, The Architectural Roofing & Cladding Group has partnered-up on a number of high-profile projects throughout the South Island, and we’re just getting stronger in the south. We’ve knocked off some truly unique projects in Wanaka and Queenstown, but wherever you are in the south – be it Dunedin, Invercargill or Queenstown – you can tap into our…

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QBT 450™

Introducing the Quick Batten Tray system – The QBT 450™ As the weather becomes more and more extreme. It’s time to consider a roof system that looks great, is affordable and protects you and your home from the elements. Day after day. QBT 450™ is also the only Branz appraised tray roofing in New Zealand. What sets this product apart…

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TECU® product range

An innovative new option to create sensational, lively perspectives in façade cladding and roof design – with copper. As an alternative to architectural steel, consider a new addition to the popular TECU® product range: an interesting reddish-brown copper surface finish resembling ‘weathered steel’, with all the positive features associated with copper, like outstanding flexibility, long-term durability and ease of use.…

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SSSL Snaplock

SSSL Snaplock brings our traditional wide tray profile to mainstream. Now you can achieve that sleek European style roof without breaking the bank. SSSL Snaplock can be installed over open purlins at 450mm centres. No solid sarking required. Using 0.55mm G300 Coloursteel or 0.8mm Aluminium our team can install this feature roof with similar detail and finesse as our traditional…

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TARC Brushed Gunmetal-finished Aluminium

We are excited about this new addition to our standard traditional colour steel range that has been available to architects and designers previously. TARC Brushed Gunmetal-finished Aluminium is an in-house colour designed to enhance the natural grain finish of the aluminium substrate. The finish is closer in appearance to natural Zinc, making it ideal for clients who are looking for…

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Light Interference Colour (LIC) Tiles

This beautiful colour effect is created using LIC tiles from the USA and are now available in NZ. The effect is the result of an electro-chemical process which thickens the naturally occurring chromium oxide on stainless steel. The clear oxide layer acts like a raindrop which creates the rainbow. Wheat, bronze, slate, purple, blue, red, and green are just some…

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Copper: An alternative to full replacement

When a copper surface patina has stabilized to its mature blue/green colour, replacing incremental components becomes difficult unless there is a store of equally aged copper on hand, often the alternative option to fully replace the entire feature is impractical or too expensive. If the missing aged copper components are replaced with new copper, the effect can be patchy and the…

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