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What We Do

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Rainscreen & Facades

This is a popular choice with ambitious designers seeking a bold and dramatic finish.

The system is low maintenance and it's double layers provide two important functions: the outer layer breathes like a skin while the inner layer reduces energy losses.

There’s an extensive range of finishes and colours, from a simple block of colour, to metallic, pearlescent or even natural wood effects.

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Metal Roofing & Walls

Metal roofing provides a fast and effective way of covering your structure.

You can choose from composite panels, where insulation is sandwiched between two layers of metal,

or single skin sheets which are trapezoidal and sinusoidal panels. These can be used effectively on straight/flat roofs and walls or on curved surfaces.

This is a particularly good versatile solution for workshops, factories, warehouses and farm buildings.

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Standing Seam

Used on both roofs and walls, standing seam is one of the most durable and versatile products on the market.  The panels slot snugly together and the raised seams help protect against the elements.

Standing seam products have excellent thermal properties due to the twin skin with insulation in between. The depth of the insulation is variable so it’s versatile as well as being quick to install.

There’s a great range of materials to choose from including aluminium, copper, zinc and steel, in a variety of colours.

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Single Ply Membrane

We are accredited installers of Sika-Trocal and Fatra.   These are ideal products for a range of applications including new build, refurbishment and green roof specifications.

Sika-Trocal fully plasticised PVC membranes are specifically formulated and manufactured on computer controlled calibration machines using only best quality ingredients, assuring a long life expectancy and robustness.

Fatra similarly supplies robust single ply membranes giving excellent performance with minimum impact on the environment.

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