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Rust spotting on texture-coated fibre-cement cladding

  • Corrosion of fasteners where incorrect fasteners were used or the galvanised coating has been damaged during fixing 

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Rust stains on stucco

  • Hairline cracking in the stucco admitting moisture causing corrosion of the reinforcing mesh 

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Profiled metal roofing lifting

Surface pitting of profiled metal aluminium roofing

  • The environment is corrosive (near the coast or industrial areas)

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  • Surfaces (including the exposed underside of the roof at the eaves) are not effectively washed by rain. Rain washing tends to be less effective on roofs with less than 15 degrees slope.

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Profiled metal roofing – staining

  • Run-off from lead flashings

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  • Soot or particulate emissions from nearby chimneys or flues

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Galvanised steel profiled metal roofing – white rust

  • The zinc coating has corroded when water is trapped between sheets at laps and joints. This may occur during roofing installation or during storage before installation

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  • Insufficient rain washing. Rain washing tends to be less effective on roofs with less than 15 degrees slope

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Galvanised steel profiled metal roofing – red rust

  • Erosion or scratching damage of the galvanising, exposing the steel

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  • Roofing is in contact with, or has run-off from, cedar or redwood, or timber treated with a copper-based preservative treatment 

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Rust on zinc/aluminium or aluminium/zinc alloy-coated steel roofing

  • Erosion of or scratching damage to the zinc/aluminium or aluminium/zinc alloy coating, exposing the steel

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  • Lack of rain washing. Rain washing tends to be less effective on roofs with less than 15 degrees slope

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Profiled metal roofing – corrosion at lapped ends

  • The underside (back surface) of the edges of sheets have not been primed and do not get cleaned

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  • Water trapped in end laps 

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Galvanised steel roofing – corrosion at roofing sheet ends

  • The underside (back surface) of the edges of sheets have not been primed and do not get cleaned

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  • There is a moist corrosive environment, as water likely to remain in the gutter  

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Corrosion of roofing downstream from copper vent

  • Dissimilar metal corrosion due to water flowing from copper vent onto an incompatible roofing metal 

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  • Vent pipe not PVC sleeved

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Metal tile roofs – corrosion

  • Loss or breakdown of the stone chip coating or paint coating

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  • Air-borne salt accumulating under tiles, particularly where tiles are damaged 

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