Suppliers of roofing insulation & built up roofing systems

We can supply roofing insulation and built up systems for a range of different building types.

See just some of the different systems we can supply below.

Built up insulation system is typically assembled on site and consists of:

A low profile steel liner sheet

With a non rigid insulation such as universal wool and fibreglass, or PIR foil faced insulation boards
Sandwiched using galvanised spacer bars and brackets

With a top weather sheet in box profile or corrugated

Over-Cladding System

Over cladding is a cost-effective system if you have an existing roof. It minimises disruption to the business undertaken in the building and uses a metal top weather sheet over the spacer bars which are fixed into the existing roof structure. Insulation can then be used if required within the spaces created.

Internal Roof Fit

Refitting internally can be an effective way of insulating an existing building using rigid PIR boards and installing internal bright white liner sheets to provide a clean bright, light internal finish.

Please get in touch if you would like further information or you would like to discuss your requirement in more detail: 01449 737 192

Roof Insulation

The cavity created by the built-up system can be filled to your specified level of thermal and acoustic performance resulting in prevention of heat escape and reduction of heat gain in hot weather, giving a more uniform temperature throughout the year saving on energy costs.

At PWS Ltd we are able to offer most types of insulation from rigid foil faced PIR insulation boards in all thicknesses, Factory Clad Quilt for built up systems and acoustic insulation slabs and mats.

We are happy to tailor your finish to suit your building, chose from the many thicknesses, colours and finishes available for application to a wide range of buildings from large industrial to small domestic.

Benefits of Roof Insulation:

  • Energy and cost savings
  • Lower heating bills
  • Noise reduction
  • Reduced carbon emissions
  • Increased property value
  • Temperature regulation