15 Year Full Replacement
High UV Protection
Economically Priced Compared to Glass Systems
The ClearVue Roofing System is an exterior roofing system suitable for use as porches or verandas over decks or patios, or clear roofing structures like atriums and covered walkways.
As New Zealand Architecture continues to evolve, one of the most consistent features of todays' design ethic is the desire for indoor outdoor flow.
As gardens and lawns get smaller, the compatibility of a buildings' interior and the outside space becomes increasing important.
The ClearVue Roofing System enables the designer to create flow in a minimalist and unobtrusive manner, and in a style which is in keeping with the architecture of the home.
Whether existing or as part of a renovation, there is a range of options within the system to achieve the optimum result.
With panel finishes in Clear, Grey Tint or Diffused the results can be tailored to the project. For example whether more or less light and shade is desired, and whether the project is commercial or residential.
ClearVue Roofing can be offered as a fire resistant solution, as long as the correct panel selections are made.
The system is suited to a range of architectural styles, from classic villa to cutting edge contemporary. There are three options to choose from:
All three options can be powder coated in a wide range of colours, or supplied in a durable anodised finish which is suitable for all NZ weather zones, including Coastal and Seaspray.
ClearVue Roofing is designed for New Zealand Conditions. Unlike many other roofing solutions available on the market, this product was created by New Zealanders, and aside from the premium composite panels which are imported from Germany - the system is made in New Zealand as well.
It has been tested and certified by BRANZ to perform in the most extreme New Zealand environments, so you can specify the system with confidence.
In fact the only BRANZ appraised translucent roofing system, it meets and exceeds the requirements as set out in the New Zealand Building Code.