Aluminium as a building material is functional, durable and aesthetically appealing. It is the third most abundant metal in the earth’s crust and more than 96% of aluminium is recycled at the end of the product’s life.
Supplies of aluminium currently known will last for several hundred years. The aluminium sheets usually remain in extremely good condition for many years – proving that aluminium has exceptional weathering properties and durability.
Often used for facade claddings and roof coverings it is chosen for economical, functional and aesthetical considerations. It is extremely robust, light-weight, aesthetically stunning, corrosion resistant and recyclable. It may be coated to provide alternative colours of finish.