Steelform 148 Fascia is used on both eave lines and gables in conjunction with most of our gutter profiles, providing a quality and attractive fascia and gutter system.
Rollformed in Colorsteel Maxx (please note, this product is not suitable in 'very severe marine' environments - see New Zealand Steels Warranty and Maintenance literature for more information)
Lengths are run to order (maximum 8m)
Manufactured in New Plymouth
New Zealand is exposed to a wide range of environmental conditions. All rainwater systems are available in a range of finishes to suit any environment. Prior to selecting a product from this guide, you can discuss your particular site conditions with a Steelformers sales representative to ensure the profile and finish will perform to your expectations.
Contact with or water run-off from dissimilar metals such as lead, copper or stainless steel should be avoided with any Colorsteel® or Zincalume® product. In particular, avoid discharging copper spouting or downpipes from upper storeys onto lower roof sections.
The Colorsteel® Range
Please note that the colours shown are indicative only and will vary depending on your screen resolution and/or print quality. We recommend you request a sample from your nearest Steelformers branch.
The basic Colorsteel® range applies. However, please check with a Steelformers representative prior to ordering as it may not be stocked in our range.
Steelform 148 Fascia is supplied on a 'supply and fit' basis only (working alongside Central Roofing, our chosen, certified team of installers).
Contact a Steelformers represenative to arrange a free, no obligation quote.
Building Code Compliance
Products selected and maintained in accordance with Taranaki Steelformers and New Zealand Steels recommendations will meet the performance expectations in regards to durability as expressed in the New Zealand Building Code.
All products are subject to the cumulative effects of weather, dust, salt and other airborne deposits. In order to ensure the maximum life from the chosen product, the property owner should note: normal rain washing with remove some atmospheric debris, but manual washing is required for areas that do not receive adequate rain washing. Specifically, the underside of spouting, and the fascia surface (which is sheltered by the spouting attached). As these are high risk areas, these require regular manual washing as a condition of the warranty.
In all cases, spouting should be cleaned out at least every 6 months - more frequently in marine areas or where there is severe fallout from leaves etc. Refer to New Zealand Steels Specifiers and Builders Guide for more information.
Because of Taranaki Steelformers’ policy of continuous product improvement, the company reserves the right, at any time and without notice to discontinue or modify designs, features and other specifications of their product. Taranaki Steelformers reserves the right to either temporarily or permanently withdraw any such product from the market without incurring any liability. Taranaki Steelformers disclaim any liability for loss or damage suffered from the use of such material as all information is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publishing. As this is only issued as a general guide, it should be not be treated as a substitute for detailed technical advice.