Mastering your Standing Seam specifications

Standing Seam is one of our most popular roof and wall cladding profiles. This architectural system can achieve high-end details, seamless roof to wall design and will bring the ultimate ‘wow factor’ to any project with its linear seam aesthetic. But how well do you really know Standing Seam? Sure, it’s specified widely and Standing Seam by Metal Cladding Systems is the building industry’s go-to for seamed cladding, but did you know Standing Seam offers the highest level of architectural flexibility?

Zintek, the new kid on the Australian zinc block

At Metal Cladding Systems, we’re all about options.   Profile options, pan span options, length options and of course material options! Adding to our already extensive range of metals, we are proud to introduce The Coloured Ones collection from Zintek. Zintek’s latest titanium zinc offering includes six unique and visually outstanding finishes. Imported via our sister business Architectural Metals Australia, The Coloured Ones range is currently available on special order. All six zinc finishes are available, but

Taking a closer look at Interlocking/V25

Interlocking panels have been supplied by Metal Cladding Systems on almost every type of project. From large scale commercial developments, through to small residential renovations, this profile has something to offer every project, big or small. The profile’s design provides extensive material variety, panel configuration flexibility, and lay direction options. Interlocking is the chameleon of Metal Cladding Systems’ product range. Let’s take a closer look at this adaptable facade profile and explore its key features, benefits and design value. What does an Interlocking

Lynden Street House

Lynden Street House Installer: Concept Cladding Cladding profile: Interlocking and Standing Seam Material: COLORBOND® Steel Surfmist® and COLORBOND® Steel Nightsky®

Robinson Street House

Robinson Street House Installer: Xenon Constructions Cladding profile: Standing Seam Material: Vestis Black Graphite aluminium dding

How to specify metal cladding part two: Feasibility 

In Part One of this blog series we looked at ways to start your cladding journey, focusing on inspiration and discovery. With a firm idea of what appeals, the next step towards specification is to explore the real world feasibility of metal cladding on your project.   While metal facades can be durable and long lasting, just like many other building products, there are limitations. To avoid over complicating this specification phase, we’re going to focus on