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Andrew T Boyne Architect added this to A Guide to Using Steel as Wall Cladding12 February 2019

Install and finishSteel cladding is easy to install and difficult to finish. It is usually installed by screwing full-length sheets directly into wall studs. Although whole sheets can be installed at once with a couple of screws, the edges are unfortunately sharp and difficult to deal with. Manufacturers of steel profiles will usually have a whole range of pre-designed flashing and finishing profiles available to help protect the edges from damage and you from injury. Because steel is a reactive metal some care should be taken to avoid contact between dissimilar metals. Steel sheet should not come into contact with other metals such as lead, copper or stainless steel, or even green treated timber. Contact the supplier of the cladding to clarify how and what to avoid.See how shipping container steel sheets are used in this Delhi barsati

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Helen N-T added this to cabin453's ideas17 June 2017

Great contrast between iron and stone.

Lou Kennaugh added this to 105 Gulval27 December 2016

bluestone and corrugated iron combo

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The rustic outside/ inside, with old an dnew

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