Standing Seam Facades In Melbourne

Based in Melbourne, Pro Facade specialises in supplying and installing architectural roof and wall cladding.

With over 20 years of experience in the metal cladding industry, we have both the product and installation knowledge needed to ensure that we always supply top quality products that are suitable for the job.

Whether you need Zinc or Copper, Aluminium cladding in Melbourne, Pro Facade will always have exactly what you need at a very competitive price.

Standing Seam Facades In Melbourne

If you really want your building to have that wow factor or to be truly innovative in its appearance, a standing seam façade may be the answer. With standing seam panels, you can create complex facades that will really make your building stand out.

Achieving the effect you want depends on detailed planning, strict adherence to tolerances and precise manufacturing and fitting of the panels. At Pro Façade, we have the knowledge, experience and resources to create exactly the building that you require.

Flexibility And Durability As Well As Outstanding Good Looks

Like all our cladding types, standing seam cladding panels are available in a variety of colours and finishes so you’re certain to achieve the desired effect for your building. They’re also very resilient and resistant to extreme weather so they won’t fade or alter their appearance.

We can make the panels in any size and shape to suit any design you may have in mind. They can be installed horizontally or vertically and in free-form shapes to provide free-flowing lines and curves if you require them. The different angles that are possible, including horizontal, vertical and diagonal seams, enable unique and striking standing seam facades to be created. These can include concave, convex and tapering designs.

The striking features of buildings within these types of facade are emphasised by standing seams that accentuate the flowing lines and provide easy transition between surfaces through angled standing seams. These angles seams form an exposed corner joint that presents a wider visible surface and gives a pleasing aesthetic effect to the joint. All seams are either double-locking or single-locking standing seams, the latter providing a flatter and more traditional look.

Perfect Fitting For A Perfect Finish

Due to its architectural features and detailing, each standing seam panel needs to be manufactured to the highest standards and fitted precisely. Failure to do either of these will result in a façade that doesn’t create the desired effect.

If the panels aren’t made correctly from the highest quality of materials, they won’t have the dramatic effect you want and any effect they do have will tend to fade all too quickly. Incorrect fitting may cause the seams to be aligned incorrectly and, even if they are right initially, they move out of line over the years due to the effects of the weather. Additionally, the integrity of the cladding may be compromised, resulting in moisture penetration and reduced thermal efficiency.

To ensure the façade, and the building overall, meet your expectations, always use a professional and proficient supplier. At Pro Facades, we use only the finest materials — whether coated aluminium or steel, stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze or zinc. We manufacture using the very latest equipment and techniques, and we have the highest possible quality and safety standards.

Our panels are secured to the building structure using clips within the standing seam, with gaps between the upstands to allow for thermal movement. Where required, insulation boards are incorporated and full ventilation is provided. The result is a building that looks great, keeps you warm or cool depending on the weather and performs efficiently. And it will keep doing that for many years to come due to a combination of first class materials, high standards of manufacture and professional fitting.

Pro Facade is Melbourne’s best installer of architectural roof and wall cladding. We install cladding made from a variety of materials, such as zinc, aluminium and copper. Browse our website further or call us to learn more.