Rancel Roofing and Cladding design, supply and install a wide range of commercial roofing and wall cladding systems to new builds and refurbishment projects.
We can provide our clients with best products on the market and our fully trained and qualified commercial team can fit the products to the highest standard.
Please see below for details of the different types of system we provide.
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Composite Roof and Wall Cladding Panels
A composite panel is simply a sandwich of a metal profile outer sheet, insulation and metal internal liner.
Composite panels offer good thermal and fire protection and are one of the more superior products available. It is also faster to install due to the nature of the product and is therefore less labour intensive.
Single Ply Roofing
We are proud to be a registered contractor of Sika Sarnafil.
Sika sarnafil is the market leader in flat roofing solutions, it is a PVC membrane which is dimensionally stable, solar reflective, resistant to root growth, fire retardant, vapour permeable and has been given a life expectancy of in excess of 40 years by the British Board of Agrement (BBA).
Metal Wall cladding systems provide the main visual for a building and as well as aesthetics it can also provide many different practical advantages also including, thermal performance, moisture resistance, acoustic values and environmental properties.
Metal wall cladding systems come in a wide range of different metals, profiles and colours.
Over the years we’ve built our knowledge, training and expertise to allow us to provide and install most of the market leaders products ranging from Kingspan, Tata and Euroclad to name a few.
Rainscreen wall cladding is a wall façade system which is generally installed to the outer skin of a building and will provide a well ventilated and drained cavity to a new or existing building.
The system is a dual wall construction that uses an outer layer to keep out the rain and an inner layer to provide thermal insulation. The outer skin provides architects with the choice aesthetic colour, flexibility and shape of the external façade of a building and the internal skin provides a system to a structure which will be less liable to dampness in the years to come.
Standing Seam Roofing
Over the years Standing seam roofing has become increasingly more popular in both the Commercial and Residential market.
In addition to their looks and the fact that they may help keep your home/building cooler, the biggest advantage to using this style of roof is its durability. These roofs are built to last, so they don’t rust and don’t fade in the sun, either. The fact that the seams of the roof only run vertically, not horizontally, and the fact that the seams are raised above the roof itself means that a roof’s traditionally weakest point is reinforced on these roofs.
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