SBS Modified Fiberglass-Reinforced Underlayment

Manufactured by Boral Roofing, Boral Ply 40 is an SBS modified fiberglass-reinforced underlayment/base sheet for tile, shingle or shake roofing. Easily installed and ideal for use with metal roofing systems, Boral Ply 40’s modified asphalt minimizes the wrinkling and buckling which is commonly associated with non-modified membranes. An all-season solution, Boral Ply 40 offers durability and better protection than felt at a low cost.  

The recently improved underlayment now offers an uncovered exposure time, without any degradation, of six months (an improvement from its original three month uncovered exposure time).

Boral Ply 40 is available in 39 3/8-inch x 66-foot (216 square feet) rolls, each weighing 80 pounds. Certifications and approvals include: ASTM-D6757, D4601, ASTM-D226 and D4869.

For more information, visit www.BoralRoof.com.

After Devastating Fire, Couple Designs Home with Fire Resistant Roof

For the roof of their new home, the designers selected Inspire Classic Slate by Boral, a durable roofing system offering a Class 4 Impact rating for hail, and a 110-mph wind uplift rating, and a Class A system fire rating. Photos: McKinley & Associates

Their original home in idyllic Stonington, Connecticut, was designed in the Arts and Crafts style and was a place of fond memories and milestones for the family of four. Architect Michael McKinley, owner of McKinley & Associates, designed the home about 25 years ago specifically for his family. But a few years ago, on a very dry and windy afternoon in March while he was home with one of his two daughters, the house was ravaged in a fire.

“It didn’t sound so much like a fire, but instead like a bunch of squirrels running across the roof,” said McKinley.

Unfortunately, the sound wasn’t squirrels. The fire tore into the roof, destroying it as well as the whole second floor of the home. Extensive water damage plagued the ground level as a result. Luckily, nobody was harmed. But the fire completely uprooted the family — who immediately relocated into a rental — and set the couple into motion.

Sustainability was a key focus of the design. The home features a geothermal system and rooftop solar power.

Michael, along with wife Kathy, an interiors expert who also works for the firm, ultimately set out to rebuild; however, they decided not to build a replica of the first home. The couple instead forged a completely different design direction, ultimately deciding on another aesthetic altogether while addressing a responsibility to build more sustainably and with fire safety top-of-mind.

As was the case with the McKinley’s first home, fire can erupt on the roof when embers hit the surface and one or more ignite. When trees and brush pair with fire and wind, the dangerous concoction enables the embers to blow onto the roof.

The McKinleys knew the roof material chosen would be incredibly important in reducing the risk that future embers could ignite the surface. For their new abode, the designers selected Inspire Classic Slate by Boral, a durable roofing system which mimics the beauty of natural slate and that integrates cutting-edge environmentally conscious technology. The roof is resilient to harsh weather conditions, offering a Class 4 Impact rating for hail and a 110-mph wind uplift rating. Perhaps most important to the family, the Classic Slate provides a Class A system Fire rating, the industry’s highest.

The Roof Installation

JSD Home Improvements of Waterford, Connecticut, was contracted to install the roof. “The family had already decided to use a material with a high fire rating,” says Jeff Dennison, owner and installer with JSD Home Improvements. “Hail can also occur anytime where this home is located. They considered standing seam metal roofing, but ultimately went with the Classic Slate, not only because of the performance benefits, but because it gives the look of Vermont slate, which better complemented the architecture and look of the home.”

Moving away from the Arts and Crafts genre of the damaged home, the couple instead designed their new abode to pay homage to the region’s historic 200-year-old farm heritage. Evoking a modern rendition of the traditional farmhouse, the home integrates the gabled roof concept. The roofscape features multiple gables and pitches.

“A mix of Olive, Ash Grey, Evergreen and Red Rock hues were combined to create an authentic look,” adds Dennison. “The trick during installation was to take two of the colors and use them as accents, weaving them into the other three colors. We had to stand back numerous times to get the visual right and make sure the accent colors stood out.”

In all, it took Dennison and two other team members eight days to complete the roof. No real challenges interrupted them, with the exception of a couple of rainy days.

“This roof material is extremely durable, strong, and easy to work with,” Dennison adds. “Working with Bob Wood Construction on this project was also great. They are a general contractor known for orchestrating a jobsite well and keeping everything moving.”

The roof adorns a home designed by the McKinleys to protect the environment while functioning well. The McKinley’s daughters, now in their early twenties, have left to pursue their own paths, and the new home is much smaller than the original at 3,200 square feet, yet still encourages regular visits and stays. At four bedrooms and three baths, the home’s functionality is also improved as compared to the last home, with many spaces designed to be multifunctional. Michael notes that in the decades since designing the family’s first home, his skills have been refined. “I’ve become a lot more creative with designing smaller spaces that are more efficient,” he says. “This is a key part of the new home’s sustainability story.”

Eco-friendly it is. The home features large windows, making use of abundant natural sunlight, and incorporates radiant floor heating. Closed cell spray polyurethane foam insulates the home, ensuring a dramatic reduction in energy usage. The home also makes use of a geothermal system and solar power.

Waldo Renewable, an Old Lyme, Connecticut-based electrical contractor specializing in solar system design and installation, led the photovoltaic install. The 6.4 kW grid-tied rooftop system includes 20 LG 320 solar panels and SolarEdge 7600H with a DC optimizer. The Waldo Renewable team utilized flashing for a seamless installation with the Inspire Classic Slate.

The McKinleys designed one additional intuitive feature into their roof. An elaborate drainage system collects water from the roof and stores it underground in a cistern for use in the garden where Kathy grows vegetables.

Michael and Kathy McKinley created an incredible new home. The combined materials and systems ensure optimized performance and return on investment for the long term, with fire safety to boot. And one glance at the home proves curb appeal wasn’t sacrificed for that performance. The home is ultimately a testament to the meaningful material and construction advances of the past two decades.

“We are 25 years into the future,” says Michael, speaking of his home’s vast improvements over the last one. “No matter how well you did it then, it’s not the same. All the factors have changed.”

About the Author: Rick Hackett is product manager with Boral Roofing, a leading provider of durable and energy-efficient new and retrofit roofing solutions. He can be reached via email at Rick.Hackett@boral.com. For more information about Boral Roofing, visit www.BoralRoof.com.

TEAM

Roofing Contractor: JSD Home Improvements, Waterford, Connecticut

Solar Contractor: Waldo Renewable, Old Lyme, Connecticut, www.waldorenewable.com

MATERIALS

Roof System: Inspire Classic Slate, Boral Roofing, www.boralroof.com

Solar System: 20 LG 320 solar panels, www.lg.com/us, and SolarEdge 7600H, www.solaredge.com/us

Stone Coated Steel Cool Roof System Enhances Energy Efficiency

The Boral Steel Cool Roof System, manufactured by Boral Roofing, is a high-performance roofing solution designed to keep the home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. The system consists of Boral Steel Stone Coated Steel roofing, a lightweight roofing material at just 1.5 pounds per square foot which boasts the structural strength of steel, along with three additional key components: Boral MetalSeal Underlayment, BoralElevated Batten System (EBS), and a variety of hip and ridge ventilation products. Combined, these elements work in concert to greatly enhance the roof’s energy efficiency performance, providing the homeowner with a lasting roof as well as meaningful return on investment.

Notably, the Boral Steel Cool Roof System incorporates Above Sheathing Ventilation (ASV). Hot air rises, creating a natural convection effect, and is then exhausted through ventilation with continuous airflow across the roof deck. The result is a cooler attic and living space in the home below. According to the company, no matter what installation method – whether direct-to-deck or EBS battens, a Boral Steel Stone Coated roof with ASV can help provide improved energy savings.

For more information, visit www.boralroof.com.

Innovative Concrete Tile Design Offers High Wind Uplift Resistance for Florida Market

Boral Roofing LLC introduces an innovative new design of its popular Boral Saxony 900 concrete tile in Florida. The new tile design addresses climate conditions in the region with improved installation techniques for enhanced durability and resiliency. Boral Saxony 900 tiles may be fastened with less of ICP Group’s Polyset AH-160 Foam Adhesive than similar competing flat tile options, reducing installation costs and offering better protection from the elements.

The advanced design of the concrete tile features a lower profile and thicker mid-body. With the design enhancements, the tile may now be installed utilizing up to 25 percent less Polyset AH-160 Adhesive than competing tile options, resulting in a more efficient installation process to save in both labor and material costs. (Uplift resistance values were determined by independent testing by a qualified Florida and Miami-Dade approved laboratory.)

“This new Florida tile roofing solution is a direct result of Boral Roofing’s unyielding drive to envision and produce the highest performing roofing systems for customers,” said Rick Hackett, product marketing manager for Boral Roofing. “The enhanced Boral Saxony 900 tile offers improvements for installation and weather resiliency in a region that is notorious for severe rain, sun and wind.”

During professional installation, contractors use Polyset AH-160 Adhesive paddies to fasten Boral Saxony 900 concrete tiles to an approved roofing underlayment, such as Boral TileSeal.  For medium-sized paddies, ICP Group recommends 10 to 12 square inches of adhesive contact to the underside of the tile. (For Polyset AH-160 Roof Tile Adhesive Instructions, see  https://www.polysetadhesives.com/wp-content/uploads/ICP-Polyset-AH-160-Installation-Instructions.pdf.)

According to the manufacturer, Boral Saxony 900 tile’s unique design allows for the adhesive to disperse more evenly across the tile.

“Boral Roofing has been serving Florida with quality manufacturing and the latest in roofing product innovation for more than 60 years,” said Hackett. “Boral Saxony 900 continues that tradition.”

Boral offers Saxony 900 concrete tile in numerous color options, many of which are readily available and some made-to-order to complement any Floridian architectural theme and home color palette. Like all Boral Roofing concrete tile systems, Boral Saxony 900 is Class A Fire Rated. The concrete tile features a non-prorated and fully transferable limited lifetime warranty.

To learn more about Boral Roofing’s new weather resistant tile design, view the Boral Saxony 900 brochures at https://www.boralroof.com/wp-content/uploads/boral-resource/Florida-Brochure-Lake-Wales-0220.pdf and https://www.boralroof.com/wp-content/uploads/boral-resource/Florida-Brochure-Okeechobee-0320.pdf. Boral Roofing also hosts a video on the new solution on the company’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Y38fIHy8Q&feature=youtu.be

For more information, visit www.BoralRoof.com.

Roofing a Resort in Paradise Took Great Design and Better Planning

Photos: Timbers Kauai

The Hawaiian Islands epitomize paradise with sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, warm days and balmy nights. Some are blessed to call the islands home, while others are lucky visitors. Both groups come together at Timbers Kauai — Ocean Club & Residences at Hokuala, an oceanfront destination nothing short of spectacular.

Opened in June 2018, Timbers Kauai exudes luxury island living. Located on Kauai’s picturesque southeast coast, the destination offers short- and long-term residents breathtaking unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and Hau’pu mountain range as well as immediate access to an unparalleled shoreline.

The design aesthetic of Timbers Kauai is inspired by the naturally distinct Hawaiian paradise surrounding it. All materials and finishes were deliberately selected for the richness and longevity they provide, from the cladding and windows, to roofing, luxe interior finishes and lush landscaping. Elements combine naturally, providing seamless easy connections between indoor and outdoor spaces.

“Key Hawaiian-inspired design elements were incorporated into the public indoor and outdoor spaces and main lobby,” says Gary Ross, director of architecture for Timbers Resorts. “Examples include the wave patterned fascia panels, nautical inspired backlit entry panels and the lobby’s Kappa inspired floor tile patterns.”

The Timbers Kauai features Hawaiian-inspired design elements throughout. Materials and finishes were selected for the richness and longevity they provide.

When considering roofing options for the resort, architects aimed for a durable, resilient material that complemented the sophisticated island design theme. They ultimately turned to Irvine, California-based Boral Roofing, specifying Saxony 900 Slate Appalachian Blend, a high-performance concrete roofing system with earthy stone hues replicating the natural look of real slate.

Since concrete tile is a high-quality, durable roofing solution that lasts much longer than some other competing roofing options, it is an ideal solution for the resort. The low maintenance tile also allows for localized repair areas should damage ever occur.

Sustainability is a major selling point of the concrete roof tile. Manufactured using naturally occurring and abundant geologic materials, the tile incorporates no chemical preservatives and is 100 percent recyclable at the end of its life on the roof. Concrete tile also provides the resort with substantial energy efficiency benefits, rendering significant reductions in the ongoing energy costs associated with heating and cooling the property as the seasons shift.

Fighting Unpredictable Weather

Another core consideration in the selection of the roof was storm resistance. The subtropical weather on Kauai can be trying for a roof. Hot, humid weather is common and torrential rainfall, fierce wind and hail occur as well. To protect the resort from these harsh weather variables, the architects sought a roofing material able to withstand the elements. Boral Roofing’s tile not only provided a complementary aesthetic, but also the weather resistance attributes required on Kauai.

Architects chose a high-performance concrete roofing system from Boral Roofing that replicates the look of natural slate.

 “We were able to specify a product that not only met the stringent wind and rain conditions of building in Hawaii, but also provided the style and elegance required of this project,” says Chris Ridings, partner at Poss Architecture + Planning of Aspen, the design firm retained by Timbers Resorts for the project.

Concrete roof tile also notably scores high in fire resistance. The Timbers Kauai roof is non-combustible, helping prevent ignition from occurring. The tile offers a Class A fire rating, the highest fire resistance rating for roofing.

Challenging Installation

Those involved in construction in Hawaii understand shipping can be a challenge. Many building materials must be delivered from the mainland. With most projects on strict timelines, delays in shipping can be troublesome and even costly. Thus, it is important that logistics, lead times, packaging, and fulfillment of orders are correct. With the roof installation, these factors came in to play.

Installation of the roof was led by Honolulu Roofing & Waterproofing, one of Hawaii’s first-established roofing companies. A project comprising three large buildings and 600 squares, the installation occurred over a three-month period. “We had to deal with adverse weather, primarily rain, but also hurricane warnings,” says Dan Jaeger, vice president. “Kauai didn’t end up getting hit with a hurricane, but because of the warnings, the materials already in transit had to return to their shipping origin and then be re-shipped. It took a bit longer than we would have liked.”

Despite weather delays, the Honolulu Roofing team completed the installation seamlessly once it got started. Jaeger points out that Boral Roofing was onsite during installation and contributed to the project’s success. “It’s really great to see a manufacturer present putting that level of effort into providing guidance during an installation,” Jaeger says.

The roof included all Boral components, but the attachment used for this project was the Polyfoam instant set adhesive, which is compatible with Boral Tile Seal underlayment.

Honolulu Roofing was able to install more than 580 squares of roof tile using one crew of eight men, with each member assigned a specific task on the roof, all overseen by Jaegar. He flew in daily from Honolulu before sunrise to make sure the job ran smoothly, even getting in a morning walk to the job site for exercise.

Honolulu Roofing also provided waterproofing for the low-slope portion of the project as it was critical that the roof tile installation tied into the low slope system properly. All told, the installation of the roof tile was completed ahead of schedule despite weather-related shipping delays.

Built to Entice and Endure

Timbers Kauai – Ocean Club & Residences at Hokuala is designed to offer an unparalleled experience for those who visit. Built from rich materials that last, the resort encourages luxury island living along a breathtaking stretch of coast. The island retreat offers residents and visitors alike a thoughtfully curated collection of services including access to a full-service restaurant with progressive approach to farm-fresh Hawaiian food, an oceanfront infinity-edge swimming pool, a separate ohana pool with a beach entry, and water features that form the heart of the resort. These are just a few of the onsite amenities set within the quality-crafted resort built of exceptional materials. No doubt, Timbers Kauai is designed to endure.

About the author: Ann Iten is the director of marketing for Boral Roofing, a manufacturer of durable and energy-efficient new and retrofit roofing systems. Visit Boral Roofing online at www.boralroof.com, and contact Ann at Ann.Iten@boral.com

TEAM

Architect: Poss Architecture + Planning, Aspen, Colorado, www.billposs.com, and Gary Ross, Director of Architecture, Timbers Resorts

Roofing Contractor: Honolulu Roofing & Waterproofing, Honolulu, Hawaii, www.honroof.com

MATERIALS

Concrete Roof Tile: Saxony 900 Slate Appalachian Blend, Boral Roofing, www.boralroof.com

Underlayment: Boral Tile Seal, Boral Roofing

High-Performance Screw Fasteners Designed for Stone Coated Steel Roofing Tile

Boral Roofing LLC launches its official line of high-performance Screw Fasteners for use with Stone Coated Steel Roofing Tile. The comprehensive line of screw options is designed for durability and ease of installation. Weather resistant and designed for use in any climate, the best-in-class fasteners have all been performance tested.

According to the manufacturer, All Boral Steel screws are covered with L3 Dura Protec, a corrosion-resistant coating, and panel screw heads are colored to blend with roofing panels and trim. All Boral Steel screws have a finely detailed 0.25-inch Hex Washer Head (HWH), as well as a combination of a sharp T-17 self-tapping point along with H-Low high and low threads to ensure they drive quickly through the multiple layers of steel panels and into the wood decking and battens for fast, easy installation. By using screws to secure the stone coated steel roof panels and accessories, repairs and retrofits with solar, skylights and other roof upgrades in the future are made easier, according to the company.

“This line of screws is the culmination of in-depth company research into various fastener materials and technologies and represents the best options available for use with Stone Coated Steel Roofing,” said Pete Croft, brand manager of steel roofing for Boral Roofing.

Boral Steel’s high-grade carbon screws are corrosion tested to 1,000 hours of Salt Spray (ASTM B117). Boral Steel also offers Stainless Steel Panel screws, which have been tested to 1,500 hours of Salt Spray. These come with black coating on the head and shaft to easily identify them.Every box of panel screws contains a nut driver to ensure easy installation. Each nut driver includes a pre-set magnet.

For additional information on the screw collection, visit https://www.boralroof.com/wp-content/uploads/boral-resource/BoralScrews-0719.pdf. For more information about Boral Roofing, visit www.BoralRoof.com.

Concrete Tile Lines Available in New Suite of Colors

Boral Roofing LLCintroduces the Vista Collection. The new concrete roof tile options include five new varied neutral shades introduced to meet specific architectural, lifestyle and color trends emerging within the state of Texas. The new suite of hues is available with two of Boral Roofing’s most popular tile styles in the region – Saxony Country Slate and Shake. The shades include Charcoal Brown Blend, Chestnut Burnt, Dark Bordeaux, Weathered Cedar and Weathered Greige. The collection launch is a direct result of extensive research conducted into consumer lifestyle and home design trends happening within the state.

“We have been closely examining Texas and have found that, as with many other key regions across the country, home design within the state is trending toward sensorial relief in both home interiors and exteriors,” said Shannon Delgado, senior marketing manager with Boral Roofing. “This concept manifests itself in an aesthetic where ornamentation is reduced and calming neutral color palettes prevail.”

Boral Roofing’s research in Texas also points to specific architecture styles. “We are witnessing a shift in homeowner preference for Trans-contemporary home design,” said Delgado. 

Transitional home designs reflect the clean lines of contemporary residential architecture while drawing heavily upon the details and style of traditional homes. Contemporary homes are characterized by a distinct preference for clean lines, open concepts, minimal exterior decoration, ample light sources with large windows and a lack of rounded edges. “These newly introduced colors perfectly align with this architecture, which blends farmhouse origins with a more modern aesthetic happening into Texas’ urban centers,” says Delgado.

According to the company, the concrete tile options within the Vista Collection are durable, lasting, and low maintenance. The concrete tile offers a Class A fire rating. Additionally, it is manufactured sustainably with locally-sourced, abundant, and naturally occurring geologic material and is fully recyclable at the end of its life on the roof. The new concrete roof tile colors are now available within Texas. 

For more information, visit www.BoralRoof.com.

Underlayment Designed Metal Roofing Is Suitable For Any Roof Material, Climate

Boral Roofing offers its MetalSeal Underlayment, a high-temperature self-adhered underlayment designed especially for metal roofing but suitable for any roof material in any climate. A high-performance waterproofing material, Boral MetalSeal underlayment provides all-season durable protection, protecting the structure against wind, rain, snow and ice dams by bonding to the base sheet or directly to the roof deck and self-sealing around every fastener penetration. According to the company, Boral MetalSeal is easy to install and eliminates the need for an excessive number of nails, reducing installation time and cost. Great surface traction also enables safer, faster and easier installation for the entire roof. The high-strength woven polyester surface remains intact under high foot traffic and provides UV resistance up to six months.

According to the manufacturer, Boral MetalSeal offers a 30-year limited warranty and may be installed in freezing or hot summer temperatures alike, ensuring the job is completed without weather-induced delay. MetalSeal meets or exceeds all National and Florida building code requirements and is rated up to 260 degrees Fahrenheit. It comes in 216-square-foot rolls for a net two squares.

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Call: (800) 669-8453

Boral Roofing Names Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Operations

Boral Roofing LLC announced the promotion of Hugh Laurie to vice president of finance and the addition of Harvey “Harv” Shelton as vice president of operations. Laurie has been employed with Boral Roofing Australia for almost a decade and Shelton brings almost three decades in the building manufacturing industry to his new role. 

“We are thrilled to announce the well-deserved promotion of Hugh Laurie to vice president of finance and to welcome Harvey Shelton to the Boral Roofing family as vice president of operations,” said Darren Schulz, president of Boral Roofing. “Hugh’s experience with Boral invaluably spans all the company’s businesses in Australia and the U.S. as well as throughout southeast Asia. Harvey’s vast experience in the building products industry will help us optimize competitiveness through existing and new channels.” 

As vice president of finance, Hugh Laurie is responsible for the strategy and execution of Boral Roofing’s finance operations, focusing on generating value-added and insights-driven reporting to drive growth and operational efficiencies. “I look forward to continuing the strong relationships the finance team has with the sales, operations and support functions of the business,” said Laurie. 

Harvey Shelton, an accomplished executive in the building products and manufacturing industries, will work to optimize all operations and expand the company’s safety culture. “Safety is something we need to accomplish before we do anything else,” said Shelton. “I am also committed to connecting the dots between customer needs and manufacturing capability to position the business for growth now and in the future.” 

Laurie resides in Orange County, California and is based in Boral Roofing’s Irvine headquarters. He obtained his Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Accounting and Management from The Australian National University. 

Shelton resides in the Charlotte, North Carolina area and is based in Boral Roofing’s Charlotte offices. He obtained his Civil Engineering Degree from Rice University and his MBA from William & Mary – Raymond A. Mason School of Business. 

For information, visit www.BoralRoof.com

Boral Roofing Introduces Boral Steel Line

Boral Roofing LLC, announced the introduction of Boral Steel, its rebranded stone-coated steel product line emphasizing durability and performance. According to the company, the launch of Boral Steel adds another key roofing material category to Boral Roofing, a manufacturer of sustainable clay and concrete roof tile systems and retrofit metal roofing solutions as well. 

“The introduction of Boral Steel is significant as it expands Boral Roofing’s product line with a suite of stone-coated steel offerings that are lightweight and ideal for both retrofit and new construction,” said Pete Croft, brand manager – Steel with Boral Roofing. “Boral Roofing is now well-suited to serve the remodel marketplace in addition to the ground-up development sector.”

The launch of Boral Steel is one key culmination of the high-profile 2017 Headwaters acquisition during which Boral Roofing acquired steel roofing market leaders Gerard and Metro (among other roofing entities) and consolidated the companies’ highest-performing and most popular steel roofing system options. With the official launch of Boral Steel, Boral Roofing now offers stone-coated steel roofing systems in five unique profiles including: PINE-CREST Shake, a roofing product engineered to mimic the look of hand-split wood shake while offering the durability that only stone coated steel provides; BARREL-VAULT Tile, resembling the authentic look of Spanish Tile; GRANITE-RIDGE Shingle, a low-profile shingle panel; PACIFIC Tile, offering a Mediterranean tile aesthetic; and COTTAGE Shingle, a double-course high-profile shingle with raised and lower sections that create a classic cottage look.

“With these profile options, customers are able to complement numerous architectural styles while ensuring maximum curb appeal, durability and weather resiliency.” Croft said. “All of Boral Steel’s products are Class 4 rated for Hail Impact Resistance, offer a Class A Fire Rating (when using designated accompanying underlay materials), and are Hurricane Performance Rated with Miami Dade County HVHZ Approval – the most stringent hurricane resistance standard in the country.”

“In addition to energy efficiency, which these systems rate well in, resiliency and storm resistance are top-of-mind among roofing customers,” added Croft. “All of these stone coated steel profiles perform exceptionally well against hail, fire, wind and ice damming, and these attributes are key selling points for this product line.”

Boral Steel is now available to customers across the United States. 

For more information, visit www.BoralRoof.com