Total Roofing & Cladding


Standing Seam and Snaplock have similar aesthetics to Nail strip. Owner builders, rookie installers, and people who desire an architectural ‘look’ without difficult installation details love Nailstrip because of its ease of use.

Nail Strip is a revolutionary concealed fastening cladding profile with a wide range of design possibilities for residential and commercial roofing and wall cladding.

Screws are used to secure the Nail Strip. Each strip has a snap lock over adjacent panel, fastening it and with concealed fix. There are no seaming tools required for installation, which makes it simple and quick.

  • Appropriate for both commercial and residential projects
  • Installation is simple, requiring no clips or special seam tools
  • Snaplock and Nail strip  have an attractive vertical fin
  • Pan widths can be customized for a unique look
  • Compared to other cladding materials, it requires very little maintenance
  • Allows for material expansion and contraction while also allowing the building to breathe
  • Panels can be splayed and/or tapered.
  • Installation is simple and quick both horizontally and vertically
  • Various laying patterns are available
  • Concealed fix

About Nailstrip Cladding

The Nail Strip cladding system is a hidden fix profile that may be used on both modern and classic building facades.

It has a recessed flat pans that can be adjusted and a raised seam that is either 25mm or 38mm sheet length in height. The overall impression of a structure coated in this cladding is a sequence of continuous flowing thick bands neatly framed by thin ribs, which lends to a multitude of effects through the use of light and shadows to create a dynamic visual impact.

This cladding profile, which is suitable for both residential and commercial applications, requires no clips or special tools and is secured with screws along the perforated Nail Strip edge.

Sizes Available

  • 25mm
  • 38mm

Is Colorbond Cladding Expensive?

A basic Colorbond sheet metal cost an average of $14 per meter, while Colorbond Ultra, one of the brand’s most durable materials, costs around $36.50 per square metre. Meanwhile, powder-coated Colorbond cladding costs $21.50 on average, and the corrugated Colorbond cladding costs around $30 per square meter.


Total Roofing and Cladding specialize in roof and wall cladding with a range of materials such as titanium zinc, copper, bronze and brass, aluminium and Colorbond. The introduction of Colorbond cladding steel selection has made various forms of cladding more affordable for Melbourne residents. 

Commercial and residential applications with convex contours, concave shapes, clean lines and curves, our architectural cladding systems are at the cutting edge of exterior design.

Modern cladding is almost limitless, we can take your design and turn it into a reality.

Residential Cladding

Take your property to the next level with some modern architectural cladding

Commercial Cladding

Commercial and fire rated cladding is a modern trend which can give your building a modern look instantly

Architectural Cladding

We offer architectural cladding in a range of materials and styles. Check out some of work

Wall Cladding and Facades

A metal cladding facade is something many Melburnians are adopting on renovations and new builds