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COLORBOND® Steel MATT Trimdek roofing & walling sheets. 
This simple, understated look of new COLORBOND® steel MATT makes it the perfect material to highlight the purity and essence of great design.

What is the Trimdek sheet coverage?
762mm is the cover of the COLORBOND® Matt Trimdek Sheets. 

How thick is the steel?
.42 BMT is the steel thickness.

How long does delivery take?
Delivery on the Matt COLORBOND® sheets takes approx 3 - 4 days.  

Purchase COLORBOND® Trimdek Roofing and Cladding 

Among the world’s most popular metal roofing products due to its high quality and versatility. These Trimdek roofing panels are suitable for traditional and contemporary roofing projects alike.


What is the Steel thickness?  
.42 BMT is the standard thickness of our Australian Made BlueScope Steel sheets. 

What is the sheet cover - 
762mm 

How much should I allow for the sheets to run into the gutter?
We recommend 50mm overhang into a standard gutter.

What is the ACTUAL sheet width? 
The actual sheet width of corrugated iron is 850mm.  

Which fasteners do I use for installing the roofing sheets?
Here at Metal Roofing Online, we only use and recommend Class 4 screws when installing your roof sheeting as they last considerably longer in the elements. In a standard roofing application, when fixing to either timber or metal purlins, we have in our range a Multifix screw which is the perfect choice for this roofing iron. These are able to colour matched to your sheets. 


 

 

 

 

 

Installing Trimdek for Walling Using the Pierce-Fixing Method

 

 

 

If you are planning to install COLORBOND Matt Trimdek as a wall cladding, it is highly recommended that you use the pierce-fixing method over the concealed-fixing method. With this method, you can affix the screws either through the crests or the pans or valleys. For wall cladding purposes, it is highly recommended that you affix the screws through the valleys for three key reasons. First, the screws are less obvious and the aesthetic lines won't be broken. Second, because the fastener goes through the cladding through the valley, the chances of the cladding getting deformed is practically eliminated. Finally, affixing the screws through the valley ensures a tight water seal. If you are going to affix the screw through the valleys, you will need a side lap fastener for all the laps and support. If you wish to minimise the time, money and effort required for this task, you may use a crest fastener. Prior to the installation of the wall cladding, make sure that the support structure is in the same plane. Before laying the sheets, check the supports and make the necessary adjustments. Remember, it will be doubly difficult to make adjustments once the sheets have been installed. Begin installing the COLORBOND matt Trimdek sheets in the area which you expect the prevailing weather to come from. Before lifting the sheets, it is best if you turn these first on the ground. It is much safer that way. Before affixing each COLORBOND Matt sheet, position it against the building and check whether it is aligned with the end wall as well as the parapet or transverse wall. After finishing the installation of the first sheet, make sure that the next sheet is aligned properly against the previously installed sheet and from the end of the sheet to either the fascia or purlin. You can either install each sheet quickly before moving to the next or you can simply fix one sheet after another and then use the intermediate fasteners when all the sheets have been laid into place. From time to time, double check each sheet to see whether each one is aligned with the first sheet that you installed. Once you are halfway done with the installation, check the sheets and their measurements from the end line so that the final sheet is parallel with the end of the roof. If you think you are off by a little, you can adjust by aligning and fixing the lap and then fixing the outer edge of the sheet by affixing the fastener either closer or further than your original plan. You can purchase and the other materials you will need for roofing and wall cladding here at Metal Roofing Online, your trusted Bluescope Steel supplier. Roofs are the most important part of when building a house. They serve as our main defenders from rain, snow, heat, and basically from all the natural elements. If your roof is not reliable, then you risk your family’s safety. Getting a good roofing company may be one thing but choosing which kind of roof works best is another story. Trimdek provides the best protection you and your home deserves. It features wall cladding with bold, trapezoidal ribs and a subtle fluting in the pans. It is a very versatile roof that can even use for many commercial and industrial buildings. You have a job that requires long lengths? The Trimdek can get the job done. With Trimdek, you can even have just one sheet to cover ridge to gutter without any visible end laps unlike in most other roofs. Despite its weight, it is made of high strength and quality steel. It has an amazing spanning capacity and can easily be reformed after any deformation. Of course, since the design is still an important aspect, Trimdek can come in many COLORBOND® colours. You may also choose to get an unpainted Trimdek - ZINCALUME®