Profile Industrial Roofing Services have carried out numerous roof sheeting and cladding contracts, consisting of single skin, double skin, composite panels and overlay systems. When working with Profile Roofing you can be assured that you are dealing with a company who understands all of the potential risks involved and will work with you to ensure your operations run smoothly throughout the duration of the project.
Profile Roofing can supply and fix all types of sheeting and cladding to suit your requirements, including both Microrib and Rainscreen systems. We can replace the entire roof or wall cladding with a new composite roof or a built up cladding system, or alternatively we can over-clad existing roofs and walls.
Our trained surveyors will attend your site and discuss your options and requirements before providing a specification and quotation with your choice of refurbishment or the options available. We can also provide a service to treat the end laps of the roof sheets to stop further deterioration if the paintwork on the sheets is peeling and rusting. End lap refurbishment of deteriorated sheeting is a popular treatment which we can apply to sheeted and cladded buildings.
Chrysotile asbestos cement roofs are extremely fragile and it’s therefore essential that the necessary roofing health and safety requirements are in place in order to protect roofing operatives, customer employees and property.
All asbestos materials are removed from the roof area, as per HSE guidelines and using the correct PPE and safety equipment. Materials are then disposed of in specialist asbestos skips, managed by licensed waste carriers and waste disposal firms, to the relevant licensed asbestos disposal site.
In conjunction with our Stuctural Engineers we can design an Over cladding system for an existing roof. This is a cost-effective way to refurbishment an existing asbestos or steel roof. The installation process involves fixing new metal sheets over the existing roof area which also has the advantage of additional insulation being installed between the existing and new overclad roof.
This overclad process removes the cost of expensive asbestos disposal to licensed landfills, whilst ensuring the roof meets all licencing regulations.
On the majority of projects the existing roof lights are replaced with new to maximise the amount of daylight within the building. The additional level of insulation stops condensation as well as providing the building with a much more energy efficient roofing solution.