Ironstone

Inspired by the purple-grey hues of distant mountains, stormy skies and the natural beauty of our coastal regions, Ironstone® has captured a new mood for COLORBOND® steel colours.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = .74

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Monument

Monument® is unashamedly a city colour. It will emphasise the modernity of today’s architecture. It is a strong, confident, neutral colour adding depth and strength to the colour palette.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.73

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Terrain

A rich, rusty red colour reminiscent of Australia’s famed Outback, Terrain® possesses inherent warmth that lends it instant authenticity and honesty. One of the few reds in the colour palette, its use helps root a building within its setting, also allowing for striking juxtapositions when used in partnership with contemporary building materials and lines.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.69

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Basalt

A powerful, modern grey with a neutral cast, Basalt® deliberately lacks the green tones that would soften its impact when used in ultra-modern designs. Exuding the strength and solidity of the rock after which it is named, the use of Basalt® lends buildings a feeling of being anchored to the earth.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.69

BCA Rating = dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Jasper

Jasper®’s inspiration is in abundance in inland and coastal regions, from the barren slopes of the central ranges, the ageing bark on a large gum tree, and the dark shadows on the sand plains to the striated granite outcrops on the coast, this colour is inspiring.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = .68

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Wallaby

A warm, earthy and natural mid grey, Wallaby® has a softness that allows it to be paired with a variety of both traditional and contemporary building materials ranging from glass and steel to timber and stone. A supremely versatile hue, Wallaby® will find firm adherents in both the commercial and contemporary homebuilding arenas.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.64

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Mangrove

Containing strong yellow tones, Mangrove® is a very elemental colour and a new direction for greens within the palette. The grey base means that it is suited to these more environmentally sensitive times, allowing a building to complement the landscape around it. With strong influences from the Australian bush, Mangrove® similarly bursts with life and vibrancy.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.64

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Gully

Possessing both strength and warmth, Gully™ is deep in hue but also neutral making it highly relevant to residential building applications, particularly wall cladding and rainwater goods. Complex and rich yet discreet, Gully™ is utterly contemporary and pairs well with a range of building materials and finishes.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.63

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Windspray

Windspray® is mid-strength, neutral grey with a blue undertone that brings to mind a gentle breeze, soft shadows and the misty sea on a cloudy day.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.58

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Cove

A powerful mid-tone colour, Cove™ artfully blends grey and yellow tones to create an effect of a warm golden glow being lit from within. Possessing sandy greyish overtones, Cove™ will bestow a welcoming feeling on any building, Cove™ is ideal for homebuilding projects.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.54

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Dune

Dune® is a warm, pale grey that invokes feelings of balance and neutrality. It is associated with the dusty earth of the Australian bushland, the soft pelt of native marsupials, and the textured landscapes of granite rock and stone.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.47

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Shale Grey

Shale Grey™ is evocative of Gulf coast mud plains, pale grey pebbles reflecting the sun, the ethereal grey mist rising from a surf beach, the silver grey leaves of native flora and the shimmering outcrops of rocks on the Great Dividing Range.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.43

BCA Rating = medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Evening Haze

Evening Haze® strongly evokes the coastal landscape, the desert sand, the limestone dunes, the barren plains and the inland and coastal dried grasses and Spinifex. Matching fencing colour is Summershade®.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.43

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Surfmist

Surfmist® embodies qualities of freshness, purity timelessness and independency. Snow, the mist from the sea and surf, pure white sand, and the billowing sails of yachts all remind us of this colour.

*please note: Surfmist is perhaps the most difficult colour to reproduce online, it is an offwhite colour, we recommend viewing a real world colour swatch.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.32

BCA Rating = Light

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

About this colour range

In the first colour refresh since 2008, four new shades of grey, a eucalypt green called Mangrove™ and a rich red called Terrain® have been added to the COLORBOND® steel range. The 2013 refresh is the biggest update of the COLORBOND® steel colour palette in more than two decades, and increases the size of the palette from 20 to 22 colours.

For more information on your Roof and Gutter colour choices, visit colorbond.com or the COLORBOND® Steel Online Visualiser

Night Sky

Neutral, sophisticated and strong, Night Sky® is ideal for emphasising strong lines and sharp reliefs on both contemporary and traditional homes. As a defining tone, it’s the perfect contrast to paler building materials and colours.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.96

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Cottage Green

Cottage Green™ is a rich, deep green that bridges the gap between heritage styles and today’s contemporary living. It is inspired by heritage buildings of the past, the lush green of the country side, and the tranquil and peaceful qualities associated with this colour. Matching fencing colour is Evergreen®.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.75

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Deep Ocean

Deep Ocean® is a conservative yet appealing colour that mimics the richness and depth of the ocean, and the vast blue haze of a distant mountain range. Matching fencing colour is Bluestone®

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.75

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Woodland Grey

Woodland Grey® is inspired by the depth of cool green forest, the canopy of eucalyptus on a rugged mountain plateau, the twisted bark and deep olive green leaves of teatree along the coast, the mossy boulders and ferns found in mountain crevices. Matching fencing colour is Grey Ridge®.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.71

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Manor Red

Manor Red® is a strong colour, set deep in the Australian psyche. It evokes feelings of the vast expanses of red earth found in the Pilbara and other areas of outback Australia. Matching fencing colour is Red Oak®.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.69

BCA Rating = Dark

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Pale Eucalypt

Pale Eucalypt® is a favoured choice for Australian homes, reflecting the colour and grandeur of the Australian gum. Its gentle, muted hue is suggestive of tranquillity and beauty, and captures the essence of Australian flora.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.60

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Paperbark

Paperbark® is a warm, neutral colour which is specified and used for a range of environments whether city, bush, coastal or suburban, across all states. It blends with sandy beach environments, inner city spaces and suburban landscapes. Matching fencing colour is Terrace®.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.42

BCA Rating = Medium

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

Classic Cream

Classic Cream™ lives up to its name. It is a classic, conservative, safe and neutral colour that appeals to a wide range of consumers throughout Australia.

Technical Information

Solar Absorbtance (SA) = 0.32

BCA Rating = Light

SA = Solar Absorbtance. The classification of colours in the BCA is based on solar absorbtance, which is the inverse of solar reflectance, expressed as the ratio between 0 and 1. A SA value of 0 indicates that a roof absorbs none and a value of 1 indicates that a roof absorbs 100% of the incoming solar radiation. Solar absorbance value is not applicable for COLORBOND® Stainless steel.

BCA = The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has classified roof colour on the basis of their solar absorbtance, referred herein as Light (L < 0.40), Medium (M < 0.60), Dark (D >0.60). Check your local state building regulations at the time of your project.

*The COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions, display settings and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.

About this colour range

For nearly half a century, COLORBOND® has been giving Australians the opportunity to express their personalities through the possession at the centre of their lives; their home.

For more information on your Roof and Gutter colour choices, visit colorbond.com or the COLORBOND® Steel Online Visualiser

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About this colour range

Setting a new industry benchmark, next generation ZINCALUME® steel meets the growing demands of a changing built environment for durability, resilience and sustainability; giving you the confidence to create for years to come.

Next generation ZINCALUME® steel’s patented Activate™ technology introduces magnesium into the aluminium-zinc alloy coating, improving galvanic protection by activating the aluminium. The result is a tougher protective coating that's more resistant to scratches and scuffs encountered during construction.