Our abundance of colour


At ECMIL we are always happy to discuss our COLORBOND® roof sheeting collection and the fact that we offer an abundance of colour.

It is a range steeped in almost 40 years of our existence, constantly appraised to provide the best possible choices for our customers across the region.

We recognise that your building is normally the single largest investment you will ever make and meet that challenge by providing a comprehensive range of variations.

When considering your home or business and the image you wish to project, your roofing profile in conjunction
with your chosen colour will play a key roll in creating
the desired effect.

We generally recommend to following considerations:

  • 10/3 Profile is a classically styled, timeless
    and traditional roof sheet.
  • 107 Profile is a modern trapezoidal, clean, linear style, which incidentally looks stunning on multi faceted roofs.

  • Spanish Tile is a sophisticated, timeless, beautifully formed roof, with its roots infold clay tiles, but its heart
    in exceptional metal forming to achieve an impressive end product.

All of our colours have a sophistication and make 
real statements regardless of their character.

Imperial Orange, Monica Red,
Blue Brook and Copper Penny

If you require a bright, strongly coloured roof,
then these are the most prominent in our collection.
They stand out in a crowd, emphasise a home,
or business and highlight contemporary or classic architecture.

We have witnessed replacement roofs for gingerbread houses, to post modern minimalist homes and businesses, adorned with these striking colours.

All roof sheeting colours vary at different times of the day, but Copper Penny has the added metallic glint and highly contrasting variables, giving seemingly infinite characterisations.

Teal, Woodland Grey and Manor Red

Classy stylish and yet understated, these colours
deserve strong, well established buildings.  

They are deep and moody and dramatically enhance
any form of architecture, while being a visual bridge between nature and the construction and lending themselves easily to all of our profiles.

They punch out interesting and contrasting general
house colours, while working well with similar
and pastel variations on walls and highlights.

Aquamarine and Torres Blue

These are truly the roofing colours of an earlier Caribbean and work well with clean fresh walls.

They belong equally to traditional makeovers and rebuilds and to modern takes on older themes.

So saying, their use with exciting new, fresh architecture has been proven to enhance contemporary styles too.

Pale Euclytt, Merino,
Pale Terracotta and Alpine White

These are subtly soft and drift into the landscape, highlight roof shapes, lift dark stone walls and work equally with rural and urban settings.  If the walls are deep or dark then the highlights could take their colour from these pastels.

Zincalume®.

Classic or modern, industrial urban or rural,
The ‘Steel Feel’ of Zincalume® is unmatched
and looks fantastic with any profile.  

It can be the ultimate in drama, or the sharpest
of modern design features.  It has been used to
great effect, as a siding material, or internal
ceiling feature on many modern styled buildings, while being the pinnacle of industrial cleanliness
and efficiency.

It has also been recommended
for the catchment of rainwater.

Each colour has matching screws and flashing,
but do consider variations to enhance your roof’s singular individuality.

Contact our sales department at ECMIL to discuss how we can assist you in making the right choice for your construction project and choose from our abundance of colour.


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Storms and Common Sense
With the incidence and magnitude of our recent storms, its only common sense to ‘up our game’ in practical terms, to meet these new forces of nature. It’s always time to be smart about safety, but now we must be as proactive as possible to protect our families and property.

In the event of a storm...

 Heed all Official Warnings. 

 Be Safe. Stay Safe. 

 DON'T take unnecessary risks.

 Wait for the All Clear,
 before venturing out from safety.

NB. This article is for general information purposes only and is meant as an incentive to the reader, who should then research and seek advice from appropriate National Emergency Management Organisation professionals,
to confirm that the recommendations expressed are in alignment with the standards and directives of their territory, which may vary from time to time.