Steeline Garage Panel

Steeline GP Panel is a conventional light weight sheet walling profile with a lower rib that gives a unobtrusive appearance in any application you choose to use it on.

Steeline GP Panel is the ideal product to use on the walls of your garage , garden shed or workshop.

With a little bit of imagination it can also be used to make a feature of any wall or area that you want to look a little different.

Steeline GP Panel is made from quality Colorbond® or Zincalume® steel, that will stand up to Australia’s harsh conditions.

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Projects made easy

Projects made easy

As specialists in all things steel, we can assist with your entire project from start to finish. From ideas to advice, installation and everything in between, Steeline offers a full range of services to make projects a breeze.

Free expert advice

Free expert advice

Not sure where to start? Our trained experts can answer any questions, no matter how big or small. You can call your local Steeline team for advice, or request a free quote anytime.

Superior quality and performance

Superior quality and performance

Manufactured right here in Australia from only the best BlueScope steel, our tried and tested products are guaranteed to last well into the future.

Installation

Principle
The sheets of Steeline GP Panel overlap each other and are fixed progressively along the building in the opposite direction to the prevailing weather. This gives complete weather protection and a fast and efficient method of installation. Each sheet consists of an 'over rib' and an 'under rib' and when put together they form an effective seal preventing water entry.

Laying (Ribs Vertical)

Start at the end of the wall which is away from the prevailing weather. The over-edge should be as shown:

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<h3>Laying (Ribs Horizontal)</h3>
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