A roof made from COLORBOND® steel can make a valuable contribution to the overall thermal efficiency of your home, which is good news for your hip pocket and the environment.
Cold formed, galvanised purlins made from GALVASPAN® steel have minimum yield strengths around 60 per cent greater than hot rolled steel purlins.
TRUECORE® steel delivers very real benefits for builders, designers and homeowners alike.
Structural damage as a result of termite activity is a common threat to properties across Australia, particularly in rural and urban fringes. In conjunction with its capabilities for advanced home design, a frame made from steel offers a strong and durable framework in termite prone areas.
With a house typically being a family's largest asset, home buyers across Victoria are turning to steel building frames to help protect their houses in the long term.
Due to an increasing shortage of flat land, builders and developers in south east Queensland are using steel to encourage construction on sloping sites that were previously overlooked and considered too expensive to build on.
Structural damage as a result of termite activity is a common threat to properties in northern Victoria and southern NSW, particularly in rural and urban fringes.
The pace of change within the Australian building industry is faster than ever. Today, almost one in every two new homes features a roof made from COLORBOND® steel and the demand for house framing made from TRUECORE® steel has never been greater. More consumers are turning to lightweight building materials with steel emerging as the building material of choice
More and more homes are being built with steel frames – in particular, TRUECORE® steel made by BlueScope Steel. Research conducted by BlueScope Steel has shown that homeowners prefer the lightweight benefits delivered by steel framing.
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