We are seeing perforated metal being used anywhere and everywhere. Kitchens, building facades, airports – you name it. And we are even seeing the metal being taken advantage of by contestants on home renovation programs, such as The Block Sky High.
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We are seeing perforated metal being used anywhere and everywhere. Kitchens,
building facades, airports – you name it. And we are even seeing the metal being
taken advantage of by contestants on home renovation programs, such as The Block
With a broad array of benefits such as durability, strength and numerous options for
its use, perforated metal is becoming a more and more common choice of material for
renovators, architects and builders. Last week on The Block, we saw Kim and Matt
include a perforated metal feature in their ensuite which caught the judges’ (and our)
attention. However, we feel we have the right to critique the team’s use of perforated
metal a little seeing we have been a part of this industry for over 20 years!
Perforated metal can be transformed into artwork itself and it can often be used as a
standalone feature, rather than being coupled with another statement piece. When
intricate and detailed patterns are punctured into the metal, it makes for a very
striking creation (as you can see in the image below) without the need for other eye
catching pieces within the same area.
As well as the above Perforated Metal wall feature, Kim and Matt used quite
attentiongrabbing tiles which, in our opinion, slightly detracted from the metal
feature and didn’t enable it to be fully appreciated.
We are passionate about working closely with our clientele to achieve their visions for
their perforated metal projects. We love to the see the smiles on their faces when they
see the finished product and can appreciate both the design and practical elements.
If you are interested in learning more about perforated metal or what we have to offer,
contact us at Action Sheetmetal & Roofing by phoning 07 5636 0313, emailing us
at [email protected] or online www.actionsheetmetal.com.
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for access to information on our latest projects and to keep uptodate with sheetmetal
and roofing trends.
Photos courtesy of The Block Sky High