Roofinox Distributes Tin-Plated Roofing Products

Bonded Building Materials Inc. has partnered with Roofinox to distribute the company’s Tin-plated (Terne) roofing products throughout New York State and the surrounding area. Roofinox tin-plated (Terne) was designed to ensure long-term sustainability and corrosion-resistance for wall-cladding, flashing, rainware, interior design and virtually all forms of roofing applications. 

“As a supplier of window, roofing and building materials in New York, we are always on the outlook for products that meet our contracting customer’s best needs,” says Gary Curcio, Jr., general manager, Bonded Building Materials. “The products are durable and can be expected to turn a matte grey over time. It’s perfect for our architectural projects and our many institutional clients. With our sister company, Architectural Sheetmetal Products Inc., we can even roll form or create custom details to fit any client needs.”

“We are constantly looking to increase our national reach through partnerships with suppliers like Bonded Building Materials,” adds Dave Rowe, vice president at Roofinox America. “They’ve been serving the marketplace for nearly 40 years and understand the best interests of their customers. This is a relationship that will benefit both of our companies and contractors based throughout the State of New York.” 

The Roofinox product line consists of Roofinox Classic brush-rolled stainless steel, Roofinox Pearl bead-blasted stainless steel, Roofinox Plus ribbed stainless steel, Roofinox Chroma mirror-rolled stainless steel and Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne), a tin-plated stainless steel product specifically developed and manufactured for roll forming and fabricating. 

Originally developed to withstand the climatic conditions found in Central Europe, the Roofinox stainless steel product line is ideal for applications ranging from rural, urban and light industrial areas to historic and commercial sites and extreme coastal environments. Available in coil or sheet, materials can be ordered by themselves so customers can do their own forming or prefabricated by distributors. 

Based in Scotia, New York, Bonded Building Materials is a family-owned and operated business supporting contractors across the entire state of New York since 1980. The company can be contacted through the website or by phone (518)346-2395. 

For more information on Roofinox, Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne), Roofinox Classic, Roofinox Pearl, Roofinox Plus or Roofinox Chroma please call (732)440-8069, email sales@roofinox.com or visit the website

Atas Adds Roofinox Stainless Steel Roofing Products to Product Catalog

ATAS International Inc. has expanded its three-year partnership with Roofinox America with the addition of the company’s stainless steel roofing products to the 2016 ATAS complete product line catalog.  
 
The Roofinox product line consists of Roofinox Classic brush-rolled stainless steel, Roofinox Pearl bead-blasted stainless steel, Roofinox Plus ribbed stainless steel, Roofinox Chroma mirror-rolled stainless steel and Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne), the only tin-plated stainless steel roofing product specifically developed and manufactured for roll forming and fabricating. Designed to offer long-term sustainability and corrosion-resistance for wall-cladding, flashing, rainware, interior design and virtually all forms of roofing applications, each Roofinox product is also easy to seam, while offering superior aesthetics and reducing machine and tool wear.
 
“We are always looking to support our customers ranging from builders to appliance and toy manufacturers with the highest quality products available in the marketplace today,” says Gary Miller, ATAS’ OEM manager. “Roofinox supports this goal in two distinct areas. Their Tin-plated (Terne) is not only ideal for roll forming and fabricating, its popularity has grown with architects that enjoy the grey patina look these products achieve over time. We have found Roofinox stainless steel products to be more ductile and offer less spring back than similar products, in addition to providing excellent corrosion protection.”
 
“ATAS is a great partner,” says Dave Rowe, vice president at Roofinox America. “They know the market well and are striving to expand their customer base with products for architects and contractors. We are thrilled to be featured in the latest ATAS product line catalog and made available to their growing list of national clients.”
 
Originally developed to withstand the harsh climatic conditions found in Central Europe, the complete Roofinox stainless steel product line is ideal for applications ranging from rural, urban and light industrial areas to historic and commercial sites and extreme coastal environments. Available in coil or sheet, materials can be ordered by themselves so customers can do their own forming or products can be prefabricated by distributors like ATAS.  
 

Kuiken Brothers Company Publishes On-line Moulding Design Guide

Kuiken Brothers Company announces the publication of their on-line Moulding Design Guide, a replica of architectural pattern books which would have been common throughout the United States in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This digital resource features interior elevation drawings of over forty moulding combinations, including full room packages, cornice combinations and mantle designs using profiles from their in-stock collection. Detailed drawings and photos can be downloaded directly from the company’s website here: Kuiken Brothers Moulding Design Guide. Moulding profiles are in-stock and ready for shipment to projects throughout the United States.

Many of the moulding combinations found within Moulding Design Guide are created with profiles from Kuiken Brothers’ in-stock Classical Moulding Collection. These profiles are based off of classical and traditional designs discovered through the company’s research of the Library of Congress’s Historic American Building Survey and with the oversight of a historic moulding expert. These Classical Moulding profiles have been categorized by architectural styles including Early American, Georgian, Federal, Colonial Revival, Greek Revival and Traditional Revival.

The origin of pattern books can be traced back to first-century Roman architect Vitruvius in his Ten Books on Architecture which explained architectural orders for entablatures, entranceways and columns. 16th Century Italian architect Andrea Palladio wrote architectural books that inspired Europeans and Americans on home and building design elements. This set a precedent for American craftsmen who had access to many different pattern books that detailed drawings for whole house styles and interior architectural how-to illustrations for field fabrication and installation. Just prior to the Twentieth Century, industrialization created a need for affordable housing for the growing working class, replacing traditional pattern books with whole house mail-order catalogs from companies such as Sears, Roebuck & Co., and Montgomery Ward. Until the launch of Kuiken Brothers Moulding Design Guide, there has been a void of accessible millwork pattern books for builders, remodelers, architects and designers.

The Moulding Design Guide is accessible through Kuiken Brothers responsive design website, allowing installers and specifiers to access them on jobsites through their mobile devices. Once a particular style has been chosen, builders, remodelers and architects can contact Kuiken Brothers to discuss the needs for their specific project.

Roofinox Displays Its Line of Stainless Steel Roofing Products to Contractors and Architects

Roofinox displays its line of stainless steel roofing products to contractors and architects attending the Moon in June Machinery Show in Lynchburg, Va. The annual exposition is specifically developed to showcase the latest advancements in roofing machinery and materials by N.B. Handy Company, HVAC equipment and supplies.

“We appreciate Roofinox’s participation in this year’s event,” says Paul Seufer, general manager of the N.B. Handy Machinery Group. “Our goal is to spotlight sheet metal fabrication machinery and materials available in the marketplace. This includes the interactive display of services in an environment where customers can experience processes and benefits first-hand. Roofinox’s stainless steel roofing products offer forming characteristics that run through our equipment.”

“It is a privilege to work alongside N.B. Handy,” says Dave Rowe, vice president at Roofinox America. “This event provides a wonderful opportunity for building professionals to interact with experts, ask questions and actually witness how our products work with their equipment under in-field conditions.”

Roofinox provides a range of tin-plated (Terne) products designed to offer sustainability and corrosion-resistance for wall-cladding, flashing, rainware, interior design and virtually all forms of roofing applications. Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne) is specifically developed and manufactured for roll forming and fabricating.

Developed to withstand climatic conditions found in Central Europe, the Roofinox Stainless Steel product line is ideal for applications ranging from rural, urban and light industrial areas to historic and commercial sites and coastal environments. With ongoing exposure to the elements, Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne’s) surface will develop an elegant matt grey patina finish over time.

A substitute for lead-coated copper, zinc/tin-zinc coated copper, Terne-coated materials, galvalume and lead, Roofinox Tin-plated (Terne) is available in coil or sheet. Materials can be ordered by themselves so customers can do their own forming or prefabricated by a Roofinox distributor.

GAF Partners with HGTV HOME Design Director

Furthering its focus on connecting style and design elements with quality roofing materials, GAF has partnered with Nancy Fire, HGTV HOME design director, and creative director and founder of Design Works International.

As HGTV HOME Design Director, Fire provides industry insight into design, style and emerging trends. Fire has worked with a variety of companies, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Crate & Barrel, as well as serving on the Advisory Board for the Fashion Institute of Technology.

The partnership with Fire will allow the GAF internal innovation team to leverage her extensive background in design and emerging trends, ensuring that GAF continues to create products that excite homeowners and help them express their genuine style. GAF customers will also have the opportunity to garner insight from Fire on design and color trends on the GAF Style Guide at gaf.com starting in the fall of 2015.

“Nancy’s keen sense of style and extensive experience working with international brands and products, paired with her experience leading the helm for design at HGTV HOME, make her a perfect partner for GAF,” states Emily Videtto, vice president of residential products at GAF. “The roof makes up a significant portion of a home’s curb appeal and our customers are looking for ‘on-trend’ colors and styles to personalize their homes’ exteriors. Our partnership with Nancy Fire ensures that our customers are getting the most stylish roof on the market.”

Fire states: “In today’s world we have seen a major lifestyle shift in ‘bringing the indoors, outdoors’ so a paramount design decision like choosing the color and substrate of your roof is now being influenced by your lifestyle. Color, as well as texture, are two factors to consider while making this important decision and I am thrilled to be working with such an innovative company as GAF.”