Any type of difficult construction flashing and copings, window pods, metal welded sunscreen panels or fixed to metal post in wall.
Brick slips cladding
Both linear and low-profile brick can be used. Bricks can be arranged in desired bond patterns, and mortar is applied via a mortar gun.
Terracotta combines the proven durability and natural beauty of clay. It is lauded for its design flexibility, natural textures, durability and sustainability.
Tectiva panel has unique characteristics in its texture, colour highlighting its raw, untreated texture and natural finish. It's resistant to extreme weather conditions.
Isowall panels represents an efficient and cost effective component which requires minimal structural framework. It also can be used to clad existing constructions.
Metal panels offer advanced thermal and moisture protection for high performance. They offer a great value with a conservation quality stable support.
Rock panels can add a striking look to an interior or landscape with their natural coloring and texture. They are the perfect alternative to traditional rock and stone.
Kalzip has taken the traditional standing seam roof concept and developed it into an industrially prefabricated system which is quick to install.
Composite panels are factory engineered panels used mainly for exterior cladding, partitioning, load bearing walls and roofing elements in a wide range.
Zinc panels have timeless beauty and will offer reliable protection for generations to come. The physical properties of zinc make it a very unique material.
Aluminium panels make even, rigid and lightweight painting surfaces. They offer a great value with a conservation quality stable support.
Alucobond is a composite panel consisting of two aluminium cover sheets and a mineral-filled polymer core.
Trespa is a premier developer of high-quality HPL panels for exterior cladding. It is a rigorously engineered HPL with an exceptionally high delamination strength.
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