Advantages And Disadvantages
Zinc is one of the most durable metal roofing materials which can last for up to 100 years. It’s also one of the most flexible which can form amazing shapes with ease.
Zinc is by far the greenest of the metal roofing materials and 100% recyclable. This makes this versatile material a firm favourite for all types of cladding projects and standing roofing. You can also make big savings on your energy bill with a Zinc roof.
The melting point for Zinc is also far lower than any other metal roof material. Steel and Copper need far more energy to begin processing the metal for use. The melting point of Zinc is four times lower than both Steel and Copper. Disadvantages
Although Zinc can last up to 100 years it’s also one of the softer metals. This can lead to potential damage in extreme weather conditions such as hail and high winds. This usually depends on the type of metal design. Selecting one of the top suppliers reduces the chances of damage.
Rheinzink specialise in the popular Titanium Zinc products. These materials are among the strongest available and suitable for most projects. Rheinzink also has one of the top recycling rates on the market currently.
These products are also popular for rainwater systems and roof dormers. The quality and beauty make this type of metal ideal for industrial use. An extra benefit is the excellent protection on offer from extreme weather conditions.
There are many famous buildings that chose this modern roofing material. Rheinzink provides more scope for design than most products on the market.