Galvalume is an aluminum-zinc coated steel that provides extra corrosion protection. It has been used for over 25 years in industrial and residential roofing projects. It offers the best qualities of aluminum-coated (aluminized) and zinc-coated (galvanized) steels. Galvalume offers optimal value, benefits, and protection for your home. It is extremely popular due to its versatility, ease of use, and long-term performance.
The many benefits of Galvalume include:
.It has barrier corrosion resistance and heat resistance. It is 55% aluminum-45% zinc alloy coated sheet steel making it unable to crack, rust, and peel with exposure to sun, wind, rain, and varying types of weather.
. A steel roof is the most fire safe roof. It is classified as a noncombustible roofing material.
.Provides a sturdy, long lasting and protective covering, which last longer than ordinary metal roof panels, and traditional roofing materials such as asphalt shingles.
.Are projected to last 30 to 40 years before any major repairs may be needed, making it a great investment for your home.
.The roof panels are good reflectors of sunlight and heat. It keeps external hot air in the summer months from entering your home and also reflects internal heat from your home back inside in the winter months. A homeowner can save up to 42% on energy bills!
.The roofing panels are strong and lightweight. They weigh less than one-third the weight of asphalt/fiberglass shingles and are as much as 75% lighter than clay, concrete, or slate.
.It can be retrofitted over your current nonmetallic roof, saving you time and money.
Galvalume now covers buildings in all kinds of climates and environments throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Galvalume is also used in standing seam roofing, tubing for fences, computer cases, greenhouses, steel buildings and much more.