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One of the cheapest ways of installing a new roof/wall as the existing structure is used as a fixing point.

Better roof safety/water and air sealing compared to older products.

Reduced labour requirement.

Lower cost of transport/disposal as the existing roof/wall isn't removed.

Minimised disruption to the occupants/building.

Carried out relatively quickly when compared to stripping/re-sheeting or installing a new roof/wall.

Increased thermal performance and energy efficiency due to additional insulation.

Optional rooflights offers a natural lighting  system aiding energy efficiency while reducing your carbon footprint.

Can be carried out on an occupied building.

Strip & Resheeting

Over time the roofs found on older industrial and commercial buildings can start to perish, bceoming cracked or covered in vegetation.

A full roof/wall refurbishment can be carried out to provide a modern, more environmentally friendly alternative with better aesthetics, protection, & insulation.

By removing the wall/roff with a modern system, maintenance & energy costs are greatly reduced increasing the economic viability of the building.

Standard Box Profile Cladding 

Most commonly seen on industrial, agricultural and committal buildings. This sheet can also be used on domestic projects when required. Available as a single skin sheet it can be used to build up an insulated system, over-clad an existing roof, or on its own to provided a solid waterproof covering on any building. This product can be supplied and installed in a variety of profiles and colours.

Composite Panel 

Composite roof panels are suitable for most applications where lightweight construction is required. Panels combine sheeting with insulation, reducing the time to install. Some panel designs can be also be used on finished roof slopes down to 1 degree (after all deflections). The wall panel systems can generally be laid horizontally or vertically and the external surface can be trapezoidal, micro-rib, mini-box or flat. Many systems also have the benefit of a secret fix design.

Standing Seam 

The ideal cladding system is one that can balance sustainability and performance alongside a simple installation process with minimal maintenance required - all whilst meeting the architects original design intent for the project. Although traditional roofing materials such as slate, clay and timber remain popular, zinc and aluminium standing seam systems have established themselves as go-to products in recent years. Today's pre-coated metal standing seam systems are emerging as a viable alternative, providing a wide range of benefits to both commercial and residential projects - making them an extremely advantageous choice over traditional materials.

Rain Screen

Rainscreen cladding is the attachment of an outer skin of rear-ventilated cladding to a new or existing building.

The system is a form of double-wall construction that uses an outer layer to keep out the rain and an inner layer to provide thermal insulation, prevent excessive air leakage and carry wind loading. The outer layer breathes like a skin while the inner layer reduces energy losses. There are many different types of rainscreen cladding such as Phenolic, ACM, Fibber Cement and Ceramic Tile Panels.

Building Maintenance and repair 

We also do many forms of building maintenance; from gutter cleaning to flashing repairs. Some gutters such as valley gutters (pictured left) are hard to see the dirt & vegetation build up, so we also offer a drone service for gutter inspections (reducing the need of access equipment for the inspection).

Other products we install

There are many other products we can install. Don`t see something listed? Give us a call!

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