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Architectural Cladding knox 3152

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  • Bluescope steel
  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel
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  • Galvabond
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  • Vestis
  • Zincalume
  • Zintek
  • Vmzinc
  • Galvanised Steel
  • Titanium Zinc
  • Corten (Weathering Steel)

Knox's Metal Cladding Experts

Are you looking for a super modern look? Architectural cladding may be the solution. Total Roofing and Cladding are Melbourne’s experts in metal cladding systems, implementing architectural cladding systems onto a range of designs and buildings throughout Melbourne.

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Our fired rated products are tested to meet Australian fire rating standards

Tested and Reliable

Our products have been proven over years of successful installations

Knox, Vic, 3152

The City of Knox is a local government area in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Victoria, Australia. Knox is home to 163,203 inhabitants and covers an area of 114 square kilometres (44.0 square miles). This municipality was one of just a handful to survive Victoria’s major municipal amalgamations in the early 1990s.

The City of Knox is bounded on the north by the City of Maroondah, on the east by the Yarra Ranges Council area, on the south by the City of Casey, and on the west by the Cities of Monash, Whitehorse, and Greater Dandenong. 

The City of Knox spans 114 km sq and includes areas such as Bayswater, Ferntree Gully, and Rowville. It is located in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges to the east of Melbourne. Twenty percent of inhabitants are non-English speakers, and there are over 15,000 households with children under the age of 15. Locals enjoy using the contemporary playgrounds, learning at Knox’s many libraries, and shopping at the area’s numerous retail malls.

Why Architectural Cladding?

The exterior of a home is the first thing people notice when they drive up to your house for the first time. A well-designed, attractive and functional exterior can give your property an edge over its competition in the housing market. Choosing architectural cladding for your home will not only protect it from harsh weather conditions like wind, rain and snow but also increase its curb appeal by adding visual interest with texture and color. There are many benefits to installing architectural cladding on your home’s exterior that make it worth considering as part of any major renovation or construction project.

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