It is a sandwich panel, it has a exterior face sheet which has a profile, then a highly insulating hard foam filling with a white liner panel on the inside, which is flat.
The planning that will be required will vary from building to building, area to area. It’s best to give us a call and we advise you on the best approach to take.
We mainly use roller shutter doors, and 10 point locking heavy duty security doors, however we can tailor the doors to suit different preference that you have. We also use a number of suppliers to ensure we can offer a full range from economy to high quality.
We can take care of the complete project from start to finish, or we can just supply a steel building in kit form, we take pride in what we do and like to see a project all the way through to handover.
The building will delivered to you, each site is different so we will take this into account when delivery is organised.
There are many option of cladding, and it is vitally important to select the correct cladding for the building use, it will even affect the structure of the building. You can chooses from:
See our colour chart for a large range of colours, the most common are goosewing grey, olive green, merlin grey, slate blue and juniper green. You can also select contrast flashings to add extra detailing to its appearance.
They will vary in size depending on the size, but all buildings require a footing at the base of each post, but the technique does vary between hot and cold rolled buildings.
Yes, mainly in winter after a frost, then the heat from the sun, causing a rapid change in temperature between the inside of the sheet and the outer surface causing condensation. However a fleece liner can be factory applied that will hold the water and allow it to ‘wick’ down to the gutter.
Hot rolled, commonly known as RSJ or H section, used where the building would have force applied to it, such as bulk storage of material or where equipment may be attached to the building framework mainly used in large constructions, wide spans and farm environments.