Steel wall cladding for Steel Sheds, Houses, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Projects. Manufactured from BlueScope Steel. Click the links below to visit the product pages and to see the pricing. You can shop online and have the products delivered to your home or work site or pick them up from a Stramit Industries depot.

Stramit Corrugated

Stramit Corrugated – The soft uniformity of Stramit® Corrugated cladding gives it a unique versatility for architectural applications. Still favoured for traditional styled housing, it is also the first choice for contemporary steel-roofed homes. Stramit® Corrugated cladding is the most readily curved roofing profile either spring-curved or bullnosed. This has helped to make it popular for smaller commercial applications in both roofing and walling.

Stramit Monoclad

Monoclad – The visual appeal, strength, wide cover, lightweight and weather resistance of Monoclad® cladding make it perfect for all domestic and commercial roofing and walling applications. Its excellent strength and ease of assembly allow for long, economical spans. The large water-carrying capacity and weather-tightness permit very low roof pitches, leading to economies in the building structure. 

Stramit K-Panel

Stramit K-Panel – Stramit K-Panel ® wall sheeting is an economical and neat profile used widely in small sheds and light industrial buildings as well as soffits and fascias. 

Stramit Longspan

LongSpan – The striking linearity, strength, wide cover, light weight and weather resistance of Stramit Longspan® cladding make it perfect for many commercial roofing and walling applications. Its excellent strength and ease of assembly allow for long, economical spans. The good water-carrying capacity and weather-tightness permit very low roof pitches, leading to economies in the building structure. 

SharpLine Architectural Cladding

SharpLine Architectural Cladding – Part of Stramit’s premier Architectural range, SharpLine® cladding can be installed horizontally, vertically or diagonally to suit the architectural requirements of the project. Two fixing systems to enhance buildability, and a variety of finishes make SharpLine® cladding an easy choice for architectural cladding. 


Most of Stramit’s building products are made from Bluescope Steel. We also use specialty materials that are not produced in Australia like ZAM® from Japan, and MagnaFlow® from New Zealand to make our structural or roofing products even more durable. All of our products come with material warranties.

Yes, you can, but water should not drain from the COLORBOND® material to the galvanised material. However, it is okay for water to drain from the galvanised material to the COLORBOND® material.

This depends on your location. In Queensland all ridge and hip flashings are scribed – or cut by the installers, onsite – to suit the cladding they sit on as this gives maximum protection from the rain. In other states, the capping often (but not always) simply sits on the top of the corrugated cladding. You can buy Retroseal Ridgeseal from ShedBlog to seal gaps in a ridge.

No, we don’t We specialise in the supply of products you need to improve your steel building – we recommend getting in touch with a local builder if you need help with installation. 

Yes, we do! That’s why we are here, so you can access Stramit products and build with them.

It’s good practice to clean your COLORBOND® or ZINCALUME® roof and walling and do maintenance checks regularly as recommended by BlueScope Steel.

Upfront – either by Credit Card, Bank Transfer, or Paypal (Pay-in-4 may be available)
Any questions, contact us.

Please call Customer Service on 0456 729 904 or email

It depends on where you live and what you’ve ordered. Delivery costs are listed on our Product pages and pertain to the standard quantities and lengths. Stramits standard delivery fee is $225 +gst.
There is no delivery charge to pick up your order at a Stramit outlet.

Most Stramit products are available in the full range of COLORBOND® steel colours. Other colours, including gloss finish, are stocked at some locations.

Shadow Grey.

It depends on the product you order and where you’re ordering from. In general, roofing and rainwater products have a 3-5 working day lead time once an order is scheduled. Structural products, such as purlins, can have up to a 7-10-day lead time. If you’re ordering outside a metropolitan area, you’ll also need to factor in delivery time on some products. Please contact us if delivery times are of concern

We supply all over Australia.
Our office is in Toowoomba, Queensland.
Our teams are based remotely and don’t work from the office.
Stramit have outlets in every state and territory of Australia. Please refer to our list of locations to find one near you. You can collect Stramit orders you place with us, from those depots.

COLORBOND® Ultra or Stramit products coated with MagnaFlow® offer the best protection against corrosion

We have a number of profiles available on ShedBlog including Monoclad®, and Longspan®. Others by request.


We have a range of products that suit vermin proofing, ember seals, bushfire protection, bushfire seals, and for repairing your shed, renovating your shed, building a shed and buying a shed, shed parts, shed windows, shed doors and shed brackets.