LCP Stainless Steel

LCP Stainless Steel

In architectural applications, stainless steel is often used because of its attractive appearance. For the owner of a building, the advantages of stainless steel roofs are mainly related to three aspects:

The Chrysler Building in New York is clear proof that stainless steel is the ideal answer to this requirement. Built in 1929-1932, this building remains an outstanding testimonial for stainless steel in roofing and facade cladding. The stainless steel used was similar to today.

Due to its long-term corrosion resistance and its smooth surface finish, most stainless steel roofs and cladding, when designed and erected correctly, require very little maintenance.  Stainless steel is an alloy created with an inherent ability to protect itself from corrosion.

Various types of stainless suitable for our profiles available upon request.