Industrial sheeting & Cladding
Industrial sheeting is material used for industrial cladding roof. Cladding is a process where one material covers another. This type of process is used with metals, optical fibres, construction projects and nuclear reactors. This term has different meanings, depending on the materials used and the accepted standards in each industry. In construction, cladding is used to provide a layer of protection to the exterior of a building against the weather. The materials used may be a combination of metals, aluminium, or plastic. We offer a no obligation free site survey which will determine the best option for you. The survey will contain a report on the current condition, a detailed specification and quotation for the works that may be required and photographs where applicable.
At Rhodes Builders we undertake sole suspended ceiling installations, suspended ceilings & office partitioning packages as well as complete fit out & refurbishment works. We offer several different types of suspended ceilings, all of which cater for different requirements. Working with all the leading suspended ceiling manufacturers we can offer a ceiling package to suit your performance, visual & budget parameters. A suspended ceiling is the cost effective solution to renovate & revitalise any workspace environment giving improved lighting, acoustic & fire protection opportunities.
Whether it’s tile, felt, asphalt or slate, profile sheeting or lead D L Rhodes & Son can create everything from an entirely new roof to a simple skylight installation. Our team have an incredibly wide experience that will keep your project on schedule and under budget with the most exceptional quality in work, service and safety.
- Flat Roofing: There are many different types of flat roof coverings including with different characteristics and fixing methods. Industrial flat roofs are often above office blocks with one or more storeys. Often a steel decking shall be fixed into place by others and a built-up flat roof system is constructed on top of this which often includes insulation, plywood sheeting and a vapour barrier
- Composite Panelling: Composite panels consist of three layers. The top sheet is the surface of the roof, the insulation and the liner sheet which is seen from inside the building once the sheeting is fixed in place.
If you have specific ideas in mind for your Company’s car park, we can work with your ideas and offer advice to get the best possible car park line markings for your requirements.
Hot applied Thermoplastic is suitable for outdoor use only on bitumen based surfaces such as asphalt, surface dressing, slurry, tarmac etc. Adheres to bitumen surface by
heat transfer bonding. New Thermoplastic markings will normally adhere well to existing thermoplastic lines so it is often used to renew old worn markings.
Can be applied up to 4mm thick and therefore will give good wear characteristics in most circumstances.