The Surf project was An exciting development of 7 apartments on the privately gated North Foreland Estate in Broadstairs, featuring Greencoat PLX Coated Steel Facades. This project utilised the different traditional installation methods available, by combining Standing Seam with Shingles to brilliant effect.
The Architect’s project brief for this one was to design something that would blend into the surrounding farmland and would convince the heritage consultants and conservation officer at the council that it would compliment the landscape and not detract from it. They chose to utilise a VM Zinc Anthra Standing Seam roofing and facade in order to acheive this goal.
The coast house project was a part of a development in the Channel Islands. We were contracted to carry out the metal roof installations for 12 separate properties as part of one development. The buildings all had standing seam shallow pitch roofs with internal gutters using pre weathered VM Zinc Quartz Plus. Facias and soffits were powder coated aluminium.
This new build double garage was covered in Reinzinc pre weathered standing seam over the roof slopes and dormer tops, with single lock cladding on the dormer cheeks, facias and soffits. The guttering installation was made of a pre-fabricated Reinzinc to match the rest of the roof.
This entrance porch was a new addition on to this property. The client wanted to use a long lasting and environmentally friendly roofing material that would be maintenance free. We were contracted to install the metal roof using VM Quartz Zinc with tapered standing seam bays to complement the main roof.
Our client came to us wanting an extension that got the most out of the long lasting and environmentally friendly materials, as well as a design that really stood out. We installed diagonal standing seam zinc on the walls and the roof, the beams were clad around the windows in single locking zinc panels to give a truly bespoke feel.