Gerard Senator

Gerard Senator is a profile with a modern look and subtle raised detailing. Senator is known for the simplicity and uniformity it brings to a roof. This roof embodies an understated quality that works with both contemporary and traditional architecture. The Gerard Senator profile has a distinctive vertical-ridge textured finish that adds refinement and helps give the roof a timeless character.

Trims

Roof Trims

The Gerard trim - Angle is compatible with Gerard Senator.

Gerard Angle Trim

Gerard Senator pressed steel roof tile

A Gerard roof is made up of dozens of pressed steel sheets locked together to form a robust structural element which, though lightweight, is exceptionally strong and long lasting. Pictured on the right is the outline of the Gerard Senator pressed steel tile.
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Textured Finishes

Gerard Senator is a profile with a modern look and subtle raised detailing. Senator is known for the simplicity and uniformity it brings to a roof. This roof embodies an understated quality that works with both contemporary and traditional architecture. The Gerard Senator profile has a distinctive vertical-ridge textured finish that adds refinement and helps give the roof a timeless character.

Other profiles in our range

Gerard warranty
Your roof is more exposed to the elements than any other part of your home; a top warranty is important.
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Corona
Combining a flat plane with continuous irregular grooves, Gerard Corona has a recurring yet organic pattern that works with many styles of home. Perhaps because of its sheer versatility, Gerard Corona is New Zealand’s most popular steel tile profile. Seen on a wide variety of homes, from the rustic and rural to the urban and urbane, Gerard Corona is almost the ubiquitous pressed steel roof.
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Rockport
Among Gerard’s flattest profiles, Rockport lends your roof a sleek, linear look and is often used on clean, simple architecture with a modern bias. The Gerard Rockport roof sits low and light providing the perfect foil for popular postmodern house designs. You’ll recognise this contemporary look in suburbs, on coastlines, and in residential enclaves all over New Zealand.
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Alpine
Inspired by the look of Welsh slate, the Gerard Alpine profile brings a smooth, linear look while surface detailing adds a slightly rustic overtone. The Gerard Alpine profile has a simplicity that works with both contemporary and traditional architecture, giving the roof a continuous smooth pattern that can present a flat, almost seamless appearance when seen in soft light like on a cloudy day.
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Oberon
The Gerard Oberon profile has a unique depth. Its look changes with the angle of the sun and the intensity of light giving your roof a profound sense of solidity. A Gerard Oberon roof has a look that echoes an awareness of the grand homes of yesteryear. These roofs are often seen alongside dressed stone and natural timbers on properties of substance and homes on larger sections.
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Colortile
The scalloped shapes of this profile give Gerard Colortile the style of a traditional terracotta roof but in a cleaner, uniform, more modern way. Many people choose Colortile to capture the look of heavyweight tile without its disadvantages. The profile is often seen with brick cladding on traditional homes. This roof isn’t limited to that aesthetic though and is equally appropriate above plaster or weatherboards.
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Milano
With the balanced arches and flats found in traditional design, Gerard Milano is a timeless profile that creates clean, elegant and classical looking roofs. A Gerard Milano roof brings the timeless look of substance and solidity and makes a strong statement, especially on steeply pitched roofs. It is often used with traditional materials like masonry and timber.
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Tuffcoat
Gerard Tuffcoat is a geometric profile whose shapes and angles accentuate light and shadow to emphasise its corrugations and create a sense of strength and gravity. Often used on homes displaying clear, straight lines in keeping with a bolder, stronger-looking roof, Gerard Tuffcoat is appropriate on architecture where the designer seeks the definition to make the roof a feature in its own right.
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Gerard warranty
Your roof is more exposed to the elements than any other part of your home; a top warranty is important.
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