Corrugated steel roofing sheets have been a popular choice for a variety of businesses across different sectors. Industries such as agricultural for animal shelters, industrial for manufacturing spaces and workshops as well as, residential. Corrugated roofing has...
Over recent years, solar panels have become increasingly viable and popular as a mainstream solution to climate change. According to Solar Energy UK over 1 million rooftops feature solar technology in the UK. Furthermore, solar photovoltaic (PV) energy systems...
Storms can cause major damage to any property, with such high winds, rain, and snow causing havoc with your roofing system. A roof’s primary aim is to protect property and its belongings. Following a storm, there could be some hidden damage. This can develop over the...
When it comes to roofing, health and safety is paramount. Whilst working at a height can be critical. Roofers are often faced with larger risks that can result in death. Falls from a height are a serious issue within the construction industries, often involving...
Often when looking at roofing topics and recent changes within the industry we focus on new developments and products being launched. Yet, one topic often missed is the effect of changes on our existing roofs. Over recent years and since COP26, climate change has been...
As the construction season has slowed down the impact on roofing and cladding material available has changed. Since Glenigan for the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) reported the issues the supply pressures have improved. In a statement by the...
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