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25-Year DREXLUME Warranty


Galvalume® Acrylic/Chromate Treated starts from the date of installation


Parties: Drexel Metals Inc extends the following limited warranty to: Invoice #:


Drexel Contractor: Address:


Project Owner:


Project Name: Address:


that Drexel Metals Inc.’s hot dipped aluminum-zinc alloy coated known as DREXLUME™ sheet steel sold for use as steel roofing, siding panels, gutters and downspouts, if erected within the United States, WILL NOT as a result of corrosion from exposure to normal atmospheric conditions, rupture, fail structurally, or perforate within a period of 25 years and 6 months after shipment from Drexel Metals Inc.. This warranty applies to all categories of product with coating classes AZ50 ASTM A792-96 or heavier.


This warranty DOES NOT APPLY to sheets exposed at any time to corrosive or aggressive atmospheric conditions, including but not limited to: • Areas subject to salt water marine atmospheres or to repeated spraying of either salt or fresh water. • Areas subject to fallout or exposure to corrosive chemicals, fumes, ash, cement dust, or animal waste. • Areas subject to water run-off from lead or copper flashings or areas in metallic contact with lead or copper. • Areas sheltered from periodic washing by natural rainfall such as the underside of eaves and soffits. • Conditions and circumstances where corrosive fumes or condensates are generated or released inside the building.


This warranty DOES NOT APPLY in the event of:


1. Bending or forming where the bend is tighter than 2T for sheet thickness up to 0.30” (0.75mm) and tighter than 4T for sheet thickness 0.031” (0.76mm) and thicker.


2. This slope of the roof or sections of the roof being flatter than 1/4:12. 3. Mechanical, chemical, or other damage sustained during shipments, storage, forming, fabrication, or during or after erection.


4. Forming which involves severe bending or which subjects the coating to alternate compression and tension. 5. Failure to provide free drainage of water, including internal condensation, from overlaps and all other surfaces of the sheets or panels.


6. Failure to remove debris from overlaps and all other surfaces of the sheets or panels. 7. Damage to the metallic coating caused by contact with green or wet lumber. 8. Deterioration of sheets or panels caused by contact with green or wet lumber. 9. Wet storage stain caused by water damage or from condensation. 10. Presence of damp insulation or other corrosive materials in contact with or close proximity to sheets or panels.


11. Deterioration of sheets or panels caused directly or indirectly by contact with fasteners. The selection of suitable long- lasting fasteners to be used with GALVALUME® roofing, siding, gutter and downspouts rests solely with the Buyer.


Louisville – Baltimore – Tampa – Denver – Philadelphia Phone – 888.321.9630 - www.drexelmetals.com


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