Yes. Classic Metal™ only use premium materials which are generally more durable. All Classic Metal™ systems are designed to make best use of and provide maximum life of the material. Such things as hidden clip fixings means there are no penetrations through the material which ensures extra weather protection and allowance for thermal expansion.
Yes. Generally, the materials are substantially malleable and are able to be formed to fit most designs.
Cladding min 12mm plywood.
Roofing min 17-18mm plywood.
Yes. Classic Metal™ products are generally highly corrosion resistant and suitable for marine environments.
Yes. All Classic Metal™ systems may be installed internally.
Note: To view E2 standards - Click here.
Our qualified team isable to offer help with design and specification. The Classic Metal™ team consists of qualified VM Zinc installers with the support of VM Zinc and TECU product specialists and VM Zinc testing facilities.
With more than 60-years' combined industry experience, our qualified craftsman are happy to work closely alongside architects and designers to bring their vision to reality.
Classic Metal™ specialist roofing and cladding systems can sometimes fall outside the scope of E2/AS1 and be categorised as 'Alternative Solutions'. This means that you will need to provide sufficient evidence to show how your solution meets the requirements of the New Zealand building code. Classic Metal™ have a number of ways in which we can help you make this process as simple as possible and avoid those time consuming request for further information' letters.
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Generally, each system should comply with NZ Metal Roof and Wall Cladding Code of Practice 2.7.2 Compatibility Table. However, please note this table is only indicative. Consideration must be taken of the amount of moisture present and relative size of components.
For job specific questions, please contact the Classic Metal™ team for assistance.