Not only does cladding add extra protection, but it is also prevents against draughts, leaks and dampness. In addition to this, you will find it is a great insulator, especially if you request glass fibre to be sandwiched between the two layers.
In domestic roofing, cladding is usually fitted around chimneys, windows and doors, as these are the areas that are most vulnerable to draughts and leaks.
On the other hand, industrial buildings tend to opt for vertical cladding and over-sheeting, due to the fact that the appearance of the buildings can be improved greatly whilst being protected from weather damage.
Not so long ago, we were called out to a job in Attercliffe, which is situated in Sheffield. Here we installed some vertical cladding onto an industrial building’s brick wall, which was beginning to look very tired and rendered (the picture above shows our finished work).
If our industrial roofing Sheffield service sounds like the perfect thing for you and your property, feel free to contact us on 0114 2799 799 today!