Developed with the greatest care and attention to detail, it perfectly reproduces the warm aspect of wood. With a wide variety of colors, you can combine tones and textures. Create your look, from the most modern to classic.


Each color is offered in 6 distinct shades to perfectly reproduce the warm aspect of wood.

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Wood shades

Exotic Walnut




Rustic Copper


Greyscale shades

Smoked Black


Urban Grey




Siding, Soffit
Product type
Metal Panels
Fastening system
Vertical or Horizontal
Available gauge
24, 26
Panel width
Panel length
Panel depth
Galvanized Steel

For high-quality finishing, Métalunic Design offers a complete range of mouldings to match your metal siding.

Distinction colours are also available in plain metal rolls for all types of projects!


  • Pre-painted galvanized steel
  • Standard 10-foot length
  • 26-gauge thickness
  • Available in all colours

J molding (#JDIS)

Partition molding (#PDIS)

Galvanized starter strip (#DDIS)

Conversion molding (#CDIS)

Outside corner (#CEDIS)

Drip cap (#EDIS)

Inside corner (#CIDIS)

Metalunic Design Collection has the following accreditations :

Keystone Quality Assurance Program (license #1362)

American National Standards Institute National Accreditation Board accredited program

ASTM E330/E330M

Standard Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Doors, Skylights and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference

ASTM E84: Class 1 or Class A

Standard Test Method for assessing the surface burning characteristics of building products to explore how the material might contribute to flame spread in the event of a fire

CAN/ULC-S135-04 Caloric Content

Standard Test Method for the Determination of Combustibility Parameters of Building Materials Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter (Cone Calorimeter)

CBUCK Engineering: Structural Engineering Reports

FL 40690.01 to FL 40690.03

Florida Product Approval (FL #: 40690)


1. Galvanised Steel

Métalunic Design uses G90 galvanized steel, a durable raw material of superior quality.

2. Base Coat

(applied to the steel only)
Following a zinc phosphate chemical treatment, a base coat is applied to protect the galvanized steel substrate against corrosion.

3. Ink

Ink is applied by using patterned rollers to create different wood grains. This is the moment the magic happens, creating unique colours just for you!

4. Clear Protective Top Coat

The application of a transparent protective layer is essential to give the product good abrasion resistance and counter the long term effect of U.V. rays and discoloration.

5. Oven-Baked Paint

Once the multiple applications are completed, the coated material is baked at high temperatures for a hard-wearing, durable finish.

6. Protective Film

During packaging, a blue protective film is applied to every sheet of metal siding. This important step prevents any damage during the manufacturing, handling and installation of the product.


Rain, moisture and condensation may cause stains on the metallic material when stacked for storage. To avoid any risk of condensation, protective wrapping must be removed after delivery. It is advisable to install the material as soon as possible. If it needs to be stored, the ideal place is under a roof in a cool, dry and well-ventilated area.

If the material needs to be stored outside, follow these recommendations:

- Use a good quality tarp other than plastic.
- Cover the material with a tarp that provides good ventilation and is properly anchored so that it will not be blown away by the wind.
- Tilt the bundles of sheets to allow water to drain.
- Raise the bundles of sheets high enough from the ground to maintain proper ventilation.
- Store material away from chemical products and other products that might be a source of contamination.


Snips and power snips are the perfect tools for cutting siding material. The use of a high speed circular saw is not recommended.

If a circular saw must be used (operation will not be covered by the warranty):

- Cut the sheet from its back side (non-exposed side) to prevent filings from damaging the paint or the sheet itself.
- Always cut one sheet at a time away from other sheets.
- Never apply pressure on the saw and make sure the blade is well sharpened.
- Remove any metal residues on the sheet as well as the cut ends.
- Apply touch-up paint on cut areas.

Installation of joints and fasteners


There is a wide variety of trims for a multitude of applications. That is why we recommend that you rely on a qualified contractor to do the job.

Métalunic Revêtement is a manufacturer and not an installation contractor. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for the installation work or any problem that may result.


1. The National Building Code requires adequate ventilation to prevent risk of condensation in the attic.

2. Always consult a qualified building inspector from your area to learn about any specific requirements. The information given here serves only as a guide and not as a substitute to the National Building Code or the regulations of your municipality. We also advise you to seek, beforehand, the approval of the material from your municipality.

3. When ready to place an order, make sure to order, all at the same, the panels and items of a same colour. Also, make sure to order the right quantities, otherwise a shortage of material may result in delays for your project as well as additional production and/or delivery charges.


Tested in accordance with ASTM E330

Authentic Look

Built to last

Easy installation

Fire resistance

Low maintenance

High-performance painting process

100% recyclable (including the paint layer)

UV resistance

Weather resistance


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Warning for the State of California
WARNING: Some metal products may contain elements or chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm. These elements include but are not limited to Chromium, Titanium Oxide and Crystallized Silica. For more information visit: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov