Guest User
3/9/2008
Hi- I am restoring an old tin shed as my shop. The roof is 80+ years old and has a wonderful rusty patina. My home is in a historic district so I am trying to recreate the appearance of the existing roof. Is there any way to artificially age Galvalume? I don't want it bright and shiny. Thanks in advance
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
3/21/2008
Anything you do will void warranty and speed up panel aging. I would let nature take its course or consider a product with a painted surface to get the more specific look you are seeking.
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