What We Do

We offer a free service to clients, architects and main contractors where we can advise on what is the best system to be installed - quite often we give budget prices for work prior to jobs coming out to tender. We work with architects on the architectural envelope of the building, this has stood the company in great stead for pricing the building when it comes out to tender. This way the client generally doesn't have any hidden extras on completion of the building. We serve East Anglia and the M25 corridor. Currently we have worked in Ipswich, Norwich, Bury St Edmunds, Great Yarmouth, Cambridge, Colchester, Chelmsford and Basildon.

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Composite Wall Systems


This is a cost effective ‘pre-layered’ wall cladding system which includes the lining, insulation and top sheet all in one panel.

The composite panels are available in a wide range of coatings and insulation thicknesses. They also have guaranteed structural & thermal performance

Composite systems are ideally suited for commercial and industrial projects delivering a fast and economical installation.

The lower weight will typically result in a lower cost sub-structure and structural support system.

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Twin-Skin Built Up


Twin-Skin Cladding applications are used where an insulated system is required, often to improve the efficiency of the building. Twin skin systems are used in a wide range of buildings and situations from warehousing and industrial applications to office and showrooms. 

Rainscreen wall cladding systems


Wall cladding systems can provide the main aesthetic for a building, as well as achieving many technical performance criteria and accommodating fire performance, resistance to moisture, detailing around fenestration and openings, acoustics, environmental concerns and the host of other technical properties commonly required.

Walls have different performance criteria, generally speaking, from roof systems. However, wall cladding systems also offer a wider range of choice, especially considering cost. It is therefore important to establish two important aspects before starting to specify a wall cladding system: What are the aesthetic requirements? What is the performance criteria? What is the budget?