Reasons To Consider Anodized Aluminum For Roofing
Understanding The Trend And Lorin’s Approach To Anodized Aluminum
Muskegon, MI - Lorin Industries Inc., a global industry leader in the innovation and production of coil anodized aluminum, calls attention to its anodized
aluminum for roofing, in light of the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) recently identifying anodized aluminum metal roofs as one of the top three residential metal roofing trends of 2023.
As mentioned in MRA's announcement, “Homeowners who want bold, never boring curb appeal style don’t need to look further than an anodized aluminum metal roof. The process of anodizing highlights the metallic depth and natural sheen of organic
aluminum alloys, while minimizing color variations. That gives it a rich, dimensional hue that showcases and celebrates the alloy’s natural beauty and announces to the neighborhood this isn’t just your run-of-the-mill roof.”
Lorin’s anodized aluminum when used for roofing materials never chips, flakes, or peels because anodized aluminum is not an applied coating. Through the electrochemical process of anodizing, the anodic layer is created by converting the raw aluminum
to aluminum oxide, meaning it is bonded at the molecular level to create a surface that is thick, translucent, and very hard.
Lorin Anodized Aluminum comes in a multitude of colors, shades, and finishes, including UV stable anodized copper and zinc-look finishes, as well as black and shades of bronze. And embossed anodized aluminum offers that three-dimensional metallic look
that gives architects design options that are not available with painted metal products.
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About Lorin Industries
Industries is a provider of coil anodized aluminum, made exclusively in the USA and used in various industries including architecture and construction. Family-owned for over 75 years, Lorin aluminum can be seen shining brilliantly on some of the world’s most iconic structures
and designs, and, no matter the age, they are always radiant. Three times tougher than the raw material, anodized aluminum won’t chip, flake, peel, patina, rust, or weather. And to make things easy, Lorin cleans, anodizes, colors, seals, cuts,
and delivers ready-to-fabricate coils all in one stop. A wide range of colors and finish options are available, along with several different patterns of perforated aluminum.
Anodized aluminum isn’t just one material. It’s one remarkable opportunity to access thousands of looks, textures, colors and finishes that reflect creativity, advanced technology and environmental responsibility. No one understands that technology
and its potential better than Lorin Industries. To learn more, visit www.lorin.com.