Guest User
10/19/2004
Does anyone know where we can get Onduline Corrugated Roofing in the United States? I am at a dead end. The only place I have found it is France, Australia and New Zealand.
Guest User
10/19/2004
This is the Metal Roofing Alliance website. We promote the use and awareness of metal roofing. Onduline is not a metal product but our member companies make many very nice metal products with a similar appearance. I do not know how to obtain Onduline.
Guest User
11/12/2004
Onduline is now called Ondura. Call 1-800-777-7663
Guest User
11/22/2004
I don't know why you would want to put something like that up on your roof ??? I think you should research that product if you are serious about it... look particularly at how often the name of the company/product has changed-- and why, warrenty complaints from individuals that have tried the product, any legal proceeding against the company, etc.....
Guest User
6/18/2006
I agree with RayS. We have had onduline installed for about 7 years. Thier warranty was for 15 years. Already it has lost nearly all its colour (which we dont mind too much as it looks more natural than steel roofing), but the worst part is that is de-laminating and falling apart. we have tried several avenues to get it repaired by onduline but the agent wants nothing to do with it and claims that it was never intened to be left unpainted. They claim that it must be painted on a regular basis for their warranty to be valid. this is not what we were told when we were sold the product. It was sold to us as a natural product that doesnt need painting and will last for at least 15 years. It looks like we will now have to re-roof at our own cost. A very dissapointing product.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
6/18/2006
I would urge you to have your attorney contact them.
Guest User
6/20/2006
I too have had problems with this product. The color faded, paint peeled, nails came up or sank into the material and the material itself has cracks all in it. It seems to have a problem when the sun hits it also. The company does not honor it's warrenty. I understand this company has changed it's name several times, yet continues to make and sell this material. I've seen several posts with these same complaints. I have spoken to an attorney who is willing to file a class action lawsuit. Sjudd and others, would you like to be a part of this?
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
6/20/2006
It would be inappropriate for our website to promote this sort of activity.
Guest User
6/21/2006
sorry if I was inappropriate....didn't mean to misuse your site.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
6/21/2006
That's fine. I just needed to point that out. I understand your frustration!
Guest User
9/13/2006
I bought a house with onduline roofing. It is no longer available here. I would not use it. There was already a class action suit against them. The upshot was that they provided paint to recoat the roofing. We missed that. But we have repainted it with an epoxy paint that was recommended. We will be repainting it forever i think. judy
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
9/13/2006
yep. probably. Metal is the way to go!
Guest User
10/23/2008
I have just had to replace my Onduline roof after 16 years. On the sunny side of the building it has catastrophically failed. The products corrugations have collapsed. I has as many as 20 holes in some sheets and it was only the building paper keeping the rain out. Colour has worn off and it has become too brittle to access and repair. Whilst the product is serviceable in other areas of the roof and easy to work with, its longevity or lack of is not in my opinion worth the problems it has caused. The distribution chain are not easy to deal with in terms of admitting the product is failing either. My advise is to go with something else!
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
10/24/2008
Thank you. Readers -- please keep in mind that Onduline is not a metal product.
Guest User
11/15/2008
I tgoo am experiencing issues with Ondura. I had Ondura installed in 2000 by a professional roofer. Less than 8 years later the paint is peeling and flaking. Most of the damage is on the southern side of the roof. I had to send lots of pictures and fill out a form before they would even take my claim. There is no one you can speak to. They only will deal with you by mail; no email and no phone. Their waranty offer is for about 25% of the cost to cover the cost of their paint, no labor. I am not happy wth their warranty. Buyer be ware. My roofer is researching alternative paint sources to Ondura. I want a product paint than what they offer.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
11/16/2008
thank you.
Guest User
1/12/2009
Hi Todd; I realize that you are a metal roofing expert but maybe you could point me to one that has knowledge of Onduline bitumen sheeting. I actually live in Malaysia (4 degrees north of the equator) the community i live in installed onduline sheets over the car ports. On certain days and conditions (temp and humidity mix i suppose) the bitumen would drip off the material and leave brown tar spots all over my cars (and 220 others in the community). After pleading with the developers, they put up plastic under the roofing to catch the drops. Since the developer was not doing anything about it, I circulated a flyer in the community asking those that were fed up with it to please sign and return the flyer to me to put pressure on the developer. Now the developer has filed a defamation case on me claiming that I have given the impression that they are an "errant" developer. Just after this started, and my pleas to the developer were falling on deaf ears, I went onto the web site in Malaysia and found comments about it being quite good in warm climates but cautions about equatorial and "extreme" temperature installations. unfortunately this incident apparently got back to Onduline and all the web pages NOW read that is GREAT even under the hottest suns. funny huh? After 9 months they have finally replaced all of it but they continue the litigation. I sure could use some expert testimonial that this Onduline bitumen material is not suited for hot sun. (or copies of the old web pages that cautioned about it) I would appreciate any suggestions. I attach a photo of one of my cars after a night of dripping Onduline. thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
Guest User
1/12/2009
I received a message that my file size was larger than the 1MB limit so here the photo of a car splattering morning is again in compressed format. sure could use some help fighting off this "honorable developer". thanks
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
1/14/2009
I am sorry. We cannnot help you. Our expertise is in metal roofing.
Guest User
6/8/2009
Wow, I was all ready to buy the Ondura product for a studio I'm building, then came across this website, glad I did. I wanted to go with galvanized corrugated metal roofing to begin with, but I can't seem to find any in my area or someone willing to ship the small quantity I would need. I need approx. 4-6 4'x8' sheets and I live in Falls Church, VA, outside Washington, DC area. Any direction you could point me in would be appreciated. Jon
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