Roof Cladding Manchester

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Clad-IT are experienced in both new build and refurbishment roof cladding systems and have supply chain relationships with most of the major cladding manufacturers.

Roof Cladding Manchester

Established for nearly two decades, roof cladding Manchester has consistently offered a professional “full-service” project-management approach to a broad range of commercial, industrial, retail and public sector organisations. Our in-house team of specialist designers and installation experts are committed to maintaining our reputation in providing ‘best practice’ roof cladding Manchester and throughout the northwest.

Business owners may consider the large-scale replacement of an industrial or commercial roof will be a major disruption and inconvenience to business operations, which could also mean a loss of revenue. However, eventually constant repairs and on-going maintenance will no longer be effective, and a full roof replacement the only long term solution.

Roof cladding Leeds

Most large replacement projects, whether installing in Manchester, roof cladding Leeds or in Birmingham, have been carried out while buildings are still occupied.  Where over-cladding is to be installed, company operations are able to continue with minimum or no disruption whatsoever.

The type of cladding system to be designed and installed will be based upon data collected from a comprehensive and detailed site and location analysis – including drainage surveys and rainwater calculations – which will ensure maximum roof protection against all forms of weathering and moisture absorption. Any cladding system must also be able to resist heavy wind uplift, and provide thermal protection against both extreme cold and heat.

Roof cladding Birmingham

Whether we are called to project survey roof cladding Birmingham, Leeds or in the Manchester area, we also specify for ongoing cleaning, maintenance, remedial work and renewal. For this purpose, we can also supply new and existing clients with roof safety systems to ensure access for roof level maintenance is fully compliant with all current health and safety regulations. Safe roof access is designed for “passive protection” by installing physical barriers, rails, which can also include Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint, Steps, Ladders or Gantries integrated within the design.

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015)

At every step of the way, we thoroughly project manage all aspects of a roof cladding project in accordance with Health and Safety procedures by carrying out methodical Risk Assessments and Method Statements. Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015), we comply with all planning and risk management from start to finish as well as ensuring we always coordinate and effectively communicate all risks, works and information with “those who need to know.”

CDM 2015 underlines that a contractor in charge of managing and carrying out construction work has a primary duty to “plan, manage and monitor the work under their control in a way that ensures the health and safety of anyone it might affect (including members of the public).”

– Accredited by the NFRC (National Federation of Roofing Contractors)

We are accredited by the NFRC (National Federation of Roofing Contractors) which regularly inspects the workmanship quality of its members under the “Competent Roofer” certification scheme. This means whether we’re carrying out projects, roof cladding Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham or throughout the regions, we are approved to “self-certify” our work and there are no unnecessary delays caused by awaiting inspections.

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