Wednesday, December 2, 2020 08:46


Eurobond panels

Manufactured using a fire resistant stone wool insulant the composite panels offer low environmental impact, robustness, tested fire resistance and minimum smoke in the event of exposure to heat or flames.

Kingspan panels

An extensive range of high performance secret and through-fix insulated wall panel systems that can be laid vertically or horizontally, and roof panels systems that are suitable for any pitched or flat roof applications; all come in a wide range of colours, profiles and textures.

Corium Brick Slips

CORIUM brick tiles are a unique brick cladding system that combines the natural beauty of genuine brick, with cost effective fast track installation. It offers a facing brick veneer finish for projects where a cladding system faux brick wall is required rather than traditionally laid brickwork.

The CORIUM system comprises brick tiles specially manufactured to fix mechanically to a HPS200 galvanised steel backing section. These profiled lengths are mounted in horizontal rows onto a vertical support system and th e brick tiles are clipped in place.

Aerolite Stone Rainscreen

TI Aerolite® Stonework is a lightweight, quarried stone veneer that uses less of natural resources in its manufacture, transport and installation.

TI Aerolite® Stonework is a 5mm thick natural stone veneer epoxy bonded to a 15mm thick natural granite backer reinforced by a fibreglass matting. The granite backer is profiled to facilitate easy installation on to a horizontal carrier system on its top and bottom edges.


Trespa International B.V. is a premier developer of high quality panels for exterior cladding, decorative façades, and scientific surface solutions.


High-quality, resilient and unique in appearance – ALUCOBOND® stands for sustainable construction quality and the highest creative standards. The façade material is distinguished by its outstanding product attributes such as precise flatness, variety of surfaces and colours as well as excellent formability.

ALUCOBOND® for rear-ventilated façades unites the features of energy efficient construction, economic viability and architectural quality. The rear-ventilated construction technique is suitable for creating façades on both new and existing buildings as well as roof constructions and interior applications.


ROCKPANEL® board material is used, mostly in ventilated constructions, for facade cladding, roof detailing, soffits and fascias. The product is manufactured from the sustainable rock, basalt. ROCKPANEL is a very robust and flexible board material which fits perfectly with modern trends such as organic shapes and sustainability, with a strong emphasis on cost efficiency and short installation times.

Norclad Koppers Microshades treated Redwood timber cladding

Koppers Microshades treatment process impregnates wood cladding with a blend of MicroPro preservative and Microshades “Brunnea” pigment.

Siberian Larch Rainscreen

Siberian Larch timber cladding is a durable specie with the sapwood omitted. It is a slow grown high density, softwood with a colour that ranges from a light straw yellow to a gold/brown in the heartwood area.

Siberian larch is one of the most durable species of coniferous softwood and comes from Siberia in Russia. It is one of the hardest and strongest commercial softwoods, excellent machining properties, though knots may be troublesome, and is suitable for many end uses from external joinery and cladding applications, areas of potential high impact damage such as schools, shops to boat planking.

Kingfisher louvres

Kingfisher Louvre Systems manufacture and supply a comprehensive range of external and architectural louvre systems, for on site assembly.

Telling Argeton

Argeton is manufactured in Germany by the Wienerberger Corporation, who are the largest clay block, brick and roof tile manufacturers in the world. An innovative and cost effective cladding, based on the proven principle of the ventilated cavity, using natural clay tiles suspended in a rainscreen mechanically attached to an aluminium substructure.