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It is exciting to have a roof installed for a new build, or for a re-roofing job on an existing home or building. Choosing the colour of a new roof should not be done in haste, as there are aspects to consider that will help you to choose just the right colour for your new steel roof.

Fortunately, unlike other roofing materials such as asphalt and tile roofs that only have a few colour choices available, quality steel roofing from Johnson Roofing offers a wide range of COLORSTEEL® colours that are sure to perfectly match your home’s exterior design.

Match Your Home’s Exterior Design with The Right COLORSTEEL® Roof

The colour range available of steel roofing at Johnson Roofing is diverse and beautiful, just like the ever-changing landscape of New Zealand. From earth toned hues, to deep blues of the ocean water, vibrant greens that are found in local flora of New Zealand, to the whites and greys of the cloud filled skies, there is a full palette of colours to choose from that will not only blend naturally into your surroundings, but that will match you home’s exterior design theme perfectly.

The best colour to choose for your steel roof should reflect your tastes, match your home’s exterior design, as well as the environment that surrounds your property. Choosing a colour that inspires you is the best, that it why it is suggested to take your time viewing all of the COLORSTEEL® colours available to you, to find the one that inspires you in some way.

For example, a certain colour may remind you of fond family memories, a landscape that you adore, or one that highlights your home against a natural backdrop, such as mountains, the seashore, or stately tree-line.

If you are finding it difficult to choose among the many COLORSTEEL® colours available for your new steel roof, not to worry, our professional roofing experts can help you to find the best colour to match your exterior design, using colour charts. Here at Johnson Roofing, we take a personal approach in helping our clients by arranging and supplying samples for you.

Our roofing professionals can accompany you to take a more in-depth look at your exterior design, to help you to choose the correct steel roof colour for your home. For information about obtaining a sample COLORSTEEL® colour chart, please contact us today, at Johnson Roofing in Auckland.

No item on the planet is great, regardless of how much cash it’s worth or how well it’s focused on. You could be in a fortunate circumstance where nothing at any point turns out badly with something you’ve bought or you could encounter at least one issues at some random time. Everything simply depends. Metal roofing is the same.

While factors are influencing the issues that could happen with a metal roofing framework, some of the time things simply happen that are outside human ability to control. This probably won’t be the appropriate response you’re searching for, however, realize that there will in general be fewer long haul issues related to metal roofing than black-top shingles or substantial tiles.


Apparent waviness in the level spaces of metal roofing and metal divider boards. In specialized terms, oil canning is alluded to as versatile clasping (all the more ordinarily known as “stress wrinkling”). It can happen in a metal board: steel, aluminium, zinc, or copper.”

All things considered, oil canning is an intrinsic attribute of practically all metal rooftops/dividers. Consider oil canning as the metal on a standing crease metal framework being over-pushed and unfit to hold a level structure, which makes the metal yield and make apparent waves. Oil canning is easily probably the most sultry point in metal roofing since it tends to be hard to characterize and gauge.


Let’s face it: No one needs a defective rooftop. As well as paying extra for the rooftop to be fixed, as a rule, a hole can likewise destroy other important things in your home or building. Metal rooftop spills are a chance; some of which are tragically out of our control and some of which are because of human blunder.

Scraping and Scratching

Like whatever has a painting framework applied to it, metal roofing could be exposed to scratching or scraping anytime during its lifecycle. Most producers of metal curl play it safe to guarantee the loop isn’t scratched during the cutting cycle, drawing back, or when it’s being moved to the purchaser.

Furthermore, most workers for hire and installers regularly handle curls and boards with care during the move shaping and establishment measure. Yet, there is consistently the likelihood that at least one of these gatherings inappropriately handles the metal, prompting some sort of surface-level harm.


Numerous individuals pick metal roofing since it shields against erosion and debasement for quite a long time which makes it the last rooftop they at any point need to buy. Makers and workers for hire can successfully assist you with picking a metal material that will best stand up to erosion in the climate your home or building is in.