Keeping your properties secure so you can live comfortably.
There are many elements that go into ensuring that roofing systems stand the test of time. For both domestic and commercial properties, it is essential that the building is protected so that everyone can live or work comfortably. For this to happen, cladding needs to be installed, and our experts at Moss End Roofing should be your first point of call.
We are approved installers of a range of types of cladding, so you can trust our team to protect your property. Roof cladding creates a watertight layer over the entire roof, preventing rain, snow and any other adverse weather from seeping into the property. Without this, the building would be cold and damp. Cladding carries many benefits, including the following:
There are various types of cladding for all kinds of structures. It is worth looking into all your options before making a final decision. Fibreglass cladding is virtually maintenance free, so you won’t even have to think about it! This material can be moulded into the shape you want due to its versatility. Also, it is proven to be long-lasting. In fact, some last for up to 100 years.
Plastic roof cladding has the perfect combination of being lightweight yet incredibly strong. It is a beneficial option for roofs, and it comes in an array of colours and textures. It can also be fitted into specific shapes to fit seamlessly on to your roof.
For large industrial buildings such as warehouses, opting for steel cladding is beneficial. It has a lengthy lifespan and is extremely durable. You can select from various profiles of galvanised sheets, including traditional corrugated options and modern box profiles. >
Copper is known for its longevity, with some cladding lasting beyond 100 years. Over time, the patina on the surface of the material changes from a copper colour to a green hue. Many consider this to be an impressive element that makes properties look much more attractive. Not only does it look the part, but it is also a cheaper alternative to lead.
For those of you who are working with a strict budget, then fibre cement cladding could be a favourable choice. The material is made up of fibres, cement and cellulose, creating a grey slate-look cladding. If you would like it to be a specific colour, then rest assured that this material can be painted over. This fire-resistant cladding lasts more than 40 years.