New Website: Zinc, Copper and Stainless Steel Roofing and Cladding

SIG Zinc & Copper now offer their customers a rich portfolio of zinc, copper and stainless steel roofing and cladding products from proven suppliers.  To reflect the success of this growing market, SIG Zinc & Copper have just launched their new website


The new website now includes; an introduction to SIG Zinc & Copper and the suppliers they work with, the services on offer and a showcase a wide range of zinc, copper and stainless steel roofing and cladding finishes with no waste including:


  • Natural and Pre-Weathered Zinc Roofing and Cladding by NedZink
  • Rainbow Pigmented Pre-Weathered Zinc Sheet and Zinc Shingles by elZinc
  • Copper and Copper Alloys by KME TECU
  • Tin Plated Stainless Steel by Uginox, and
  • Beautiful Honeycomb Metal Rainscreen Cladding System, Proteus HR.


All the finishes, all in one place

To find out more visit the product gallery to see the full range of finishes and click through to details, downloads and other information.


Dedicated to providing the same quality service on hard metals as we do with membranes and green roofing, our colleagues at SIG Zinc and Copper, Simon Walker and Paul Cousins support the team with expert knowledge of hard metals, including writing for our blog.  Fellow companies Steadmans and Metal Solutions complete the team and enable us to offer a waste-free unrivalled service suitable for your budget.


Over the coming months we’ll be adding case studies and additional resources to the site. We hope you like it, and if you have any questions about hard metal roofing and cladding, why not contact us at our website or book our popular RIBA Approved CPD, ‘Specifying hard metals: choosing the right product for the project’.

SIG Design & Technology takes the risk out of roof design, offering a genuinely independent choice of waterproofing for flat, green, zinc and copper roofs. Designs are covered by our PI insurance and we’re part of SIG plc, a FTSE250 company. Our blog at explores some of your common problems in roof design and system choice.

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