AHI Roofing leads the world in steel roof tile production and technology.
Our product range includes a variety of roof profiles to complement many different home styles. Recognition of market needs and demands has been the hallmark of our success.
In 1957, the company invented the world's first steel roof tiles, and in the following five decades this concept has been developed using leading edge technology to enable AHI Roofing to enjoy rapid expansion in all continents as more and more homeowners continue to appreciate the benefits of AHI's roofs. We have developed the capability to produce roof styles to suit every market.
Achieving a good looking product is not enough in competitive global markets. It is innovative design and consistency in the ma nufacturing process that has earned our roofing systems an international reputation for excellence. Pioneering the use in steel roof tiles Zincalume® steel substrate from NZ Steel Ltd, a subsidiary of BlueScope Ltd, combined with the development of specialised surface coatings and pressing technology have all contributed to our place as world leader in steel roof tiles. All our operations have ISO 9001 accreditation, reassuring our customers of products designed to meet all their needs and produced to consistently high quality standards.
AHI Roofing has enjoyed a proud history and the future looks even brighter. Our owners, Fletcher Building Ltd of NZ are a large building products company who actively support our continued development throughout the world. We intend to lead in the worldwide trend towards using steel as a roofing substrate as we progress through the 21st century.
In 2009 AHI Roofing commissioned its newest manufacturing facility at Várpalota, an industrial town in Western Hungary. The plant is sourcing its key raw materials from New Zealand.
The European Head Office of AHI Roofing is also located at the Várpalota plant.
- World leader in steel roofing systems
- Sales to over 120 countries
- Four owned manufacturing plants
- Two plants manufacturing under license
- Key Regional offices: New Zealand, Malaysia, Australia, Japan, China, United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Poland and France