Wall and Roof Cladding

we have 25 years experience in Roof and Wall Cladding for agricultural, industrial and commercial properties.


We use a variety of systems including Single and Twin Skin Profiled Metal, Composite Panels and Over-Clads.

Our professional and highly skilled team hold relevant CSCS cards ( Construction Skills Certification Scheme ) and have the experience to work in all commercial and industrial environments.

Our attention to detail is paramount for all projects whether its a New Build or Small Repair.


Metal Profile Sheets are commonly used on many types of commercial buildings and are available in a wide range of profiles such as corrugated, trapezoidal, sinusoidal or half-round. Metals that are commonly used are Steel, Aluminium, Zinc and Copper and each has its own benefits .

Steel: Probably the most cost effective out of the four common choices but not as durable as the other three. Steel is Usually supplied hot-drip galvanised to provide a stronger finish.

Aluminium: Very lightweight and will have a hard protective layer that gives durability and protects it against corrosion.

Profiled Metal Sheets can be used as Single Skin or Twin Skin systems. Single Skin is simply one sheet of metal cladding and comes in a variety of profiles including corrugated, trapezoidal, sinusoidal or half-round. Twin skin, also known as Composite or Sandwich panels ( see below ) come in similar profiles. Both Single Skin and Twin Skin are available in a variety of colours and finishes.


Metal composite panels, also known as Sandwich Panels or Structural Insulating Panels consist of two metal skins which are bonded to a lightweight core which provides insulation thus forming a composite 'sandwich' panel. They can be bent and curved which provides flexibility and can be joined together in an almost unlimited range of configurations with complex structures.

The core is manufactured from an insulating material such as polyethylene or fire-retardant materials and is available in a range of thicknesses depending on performance requirements. The composite panel has a number of advantages compared to single-layer metal sheeting, including Thermal and Acoustic Insulation, Weather Resistance, Low maintenance and is extremely lightweight which gives them reduced structural support requirements unlike other types of cladding.

Over recent years the technology and insulation techniques have improved massively which has made them much more affordable compared to other exterior wall systems.


Ongoing maintenance to an ageing roof can be costly in the long term, but for what ever reason it is not practical for a complete roof replacement, such as the prospect of disruption, which can result in loss of revenue.

With these constraints in mind, Over Cladding can be an effective alternative. It reduces the impact that such projects can cause to the day to day running of your business whilst the works are carried out.

Over Cladding can also be a cost effective choice that can protect the old structure against further damage. It will improve the thermal efficiency to the building envelope as well as the aesthetics of the building.