Millennium Tiles – Architectural Roofing
Stainless Steel Millennium Tiles are an ideal choice for a wide variety of Roofing projects whether it be residential, commercial or industrial applications.
Millennium Tiles are available in a full range of high performance custom colours, shapes & profiles, all of which are created using a unique process which draws colour from the material, leaving a permanent multi faceted finish that will never fade, peel or chip.
The quality engineering gone into the Millennium Tiles allows for people to be able to walk on the tile, provides noise deadening and adds texture to the building whilst also remaining lighter and stronger than any other metal tile or shingle on the market.
The unique interlocking design system makes for a tight waterproof fit, avoids the use of clips or exposed fasteners and takes less time to install, also allowing for quick repair of individual tiles.
Millennium Tiles permanently colours stainless steel tiles will provide your project with an honest, timeless and classic look, delivering a combination of extreme durability with design versatility.
All Millennium Tiles projects include a 50 year warranty on the finished product.
Based in Geelong, Architectural Panel Systems has completed projects Australia wide as well as in Melbounre, Ballarat, Barwon Heads, Point Lonsdale and Torquay. Contact us for a quote or more information about architectural roofing.
Millennium Cupped Tiles were first introduced in the 1950s as an aluminum followed by copper roofing system. The cup design allows installers to walk on the tiles during installation. The tiles have evolved from roof to wall applications. This tile adds dimension to your design.
Millennium Flat Tiles were introduced as an alternative to conventional wall systems. The flat tile has the flexibility to accommodate both modern and traditional designs.
Millennium Diamond Tiles can be installed to achieve a diamond or clapboard pattern. The diamond tile will create the emphasis your design deserves.
A ZGF Design – The TS Panel was created by modifying existing tooling to achieve the desired result of a vertically oriented panel specifically for the Federal Center South in Seattle, Army Corps of Engineers.
Unlike traditional flat-lock panels, reveal joints in the system create a relief in the panel for a true flat installation. Options in both reveal and panel dimensions exhibit distinction (or definition) within the system.
Flat Lock Panel
This traditional overlapping system uses clips and is available in various sizes and gauges.
Flush Reveal Panel
The profile of the flush reveal panels offers a linear emphasis. Choice of reveal and face dimensions can be easily adjusted to your needs.