At Rotometals, we stock various sizes and finishes of zinc sheets to fit all of your needs. As seen in Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma and made popular by Oprah, Elle Decor Magazine, HGTV, DIY Network, I Hate My Kitchen, Better Homes and Gardens and Kitchen and Bath Ideas, these sheets are great for counter tops, back-splashes, range-hoods, roofing, flashing, artistic projects and much, much more!
Most varieties of zinc sheets are readily stocked, and can be shipped within a day or two. Our sheets come in an assortment of pre-cut lengths, but we can also custom cut your zinc sheet to any length you desire. Please contact us for pricing if you would like a zinc sheet longer than 12 feet, as these sheets require special order pricing.
special orders, such as large quantities (over 8 sheets) or custom or
long sheet cuts (over 12') please call or email for a price quote. Shipping Information -Zinc
sheets that have a thickness of .030" and thinner can be rolled up and
shipped via UPS. Sheets thicker than .030" must be shipped flat on a 4' x
10' pallet. The most economical way to our ship .027" and
.030" sheets is via UPS/FedEx rolled up in a box. However, in a small
percentage of cases (5-10%), the carrier can damage the edges of the
sheets in transit. UPS/FedEx insurance most likely won't cover this
damage; so if you do need the full width, then must have the sheets
shipped via freight. We can only handle these special orders over the
phone. We charge a crating charge for the shipping of flat sheets (plus the freight to you). WE HAVE VERY LOW RATES...ALL OVER THE U.S.!
* All zinc sheets are 99+ % pure minimum and food safe.
To order online, please select the thickness you need below and choose your width and length on that page.
Zinc sheets that have a thickness of .030" and thinner can be rolled up and shipped via UPS. Sheets thicker than .030" must be shipped flat on a 4' x 10' pallet. We charge a crating charge for the shipping of flat sheets (plus the freight to you). You can call us for specific freight rates. WE HAVE VERY LOW RATES...ALL OVER THE U.S.!
WARNING! Zinc sheets are just like wood, no two pieces are ever the same! We have several lots (or runs) of zinc sheets in the same size and length that have a slightly different color or variances in grain pattern. When you order, make sure to order enough material from one thickness to get the most uniform look. If you need to order additional sheets later, the color texture and pattern may be slightly different.
Zinc sheets that are used in architecture for roofs and facades or for counters and bar tops have a maintenance-free life of over 60 years! They can be cut and bent with ordinary shop sheers, cutters, or benders. Because this product is malleable, you should expect some minor surface scratches or blemishes. Please note that the edges are very sharp and can cut you. We recommend using gloves when handling the sheets.
Soft Zinc Soft Zinc is almost as soft as lead, but still completely food
safe! Soft Zinc works wonderfully for
counter tops and other applications.
Some fabricators and the DIYs find it much easier to work
with and most people won't even notice the difference. Contact us if you would like to order this
product or if you would like a sample.
Call 1-800-779-1102 Monday - Friday 5am - 4pm PST
Suggested Use and Tips Zinc can be used for water resistance, roof flashing, chemical resistance, engraving, and sound deadening. It has grown in popularity in commercial establishments for uses such as bar finishes, raised panels in elevators, and architectural design in stores. In addition, zinc sheets are also found in prestigious residential applications, including bar tops, decorative counters, kitchen cooking areas, back splashes, stove enclosures, heat protection, sink tops and cabinetry, as well as kick plates and moldings. Zinc sheet is now popular and being shown in leading home magazines.
Zinc is a very versatile material and has many more possibilities to be explored into the future. Zinc sheet started its popularity in Europe and has now started to spread to North America.
If you do not want to install the zinc sheets yourself, we have a list companies that have worked with and installed it before. We don't recommend one company over another, but encourage you to contact them if they are close to you. You can also look up a sheet metal shop in your area and see if they can work with zinc sheets.