ACM and Metal Wall Cladding

Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) and Metal Composite Material (MCM) are façade systems that work alongside glass and glazing systems, or as stand-alone building façades. Both are almost entirely maintenance-free when installed properly, and lend a modern and stylized appearance to any structure. Giroux Glass has extensive experience installing both types of systems. When you work with our team of Union glaziers, you can rest assured that your building will be equipped with the highest-grade, lowest-maintenance cladding installation possible.


Here’s more information to help you determine which is the best choice of material for your project:

Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)

ACM is a lightweight composite material, consisting of two aluminum cover sheets and a fire-rated core. Its simple construction makes it easy to install, and its versatile properties include weather, shock, and breakage-resistance, plus a wide range of color options.

Metal Composite Material (MCM)

MCM is preferred when a structure requires security or stability that can’t be achieved or maintained by aluminum cladding alone. Metal composite panel systems are produced in the same manner as ACM, and can be comprised of materials like zinc, stainless steel, and copper, among other specialty metals. The unique design vision for any building can be actualized with the nearly limitless array of colors, finishes, reveals, and sizes that MCM offers.


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