Colorbond roofing is a popular material today for those who want a roof that is durable and strong. It has been made to suit Australian conditions which, as we all know, can be extremely hot or extremely cold – sometimes on the same day. It is this constant temperature variation that can cause a roof to degrade, as it expands and contracts so often. Compared to some other countries where the temperature stays very cold or quite warm for months at a time, Australian temperatures go up and down very often.
That is why when a product is made for our conditions you know that it is going to remain strong and durable for at least as long as the warranty, but most likely a lot longer as well. But how exactly has Colorbond roofing been made so that it is strong enough to withstand such temperature variations without degrading?