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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Slates complement selfbuild design


Good quality and modern aesthetics are perfectly combined in the fibre cement slate roof of a selfbuild residential property, thanks to the installation of Cembrit Jutland fibre cement slates. The property has been constructed to feature a modern style and character that blends into the surrounding environment. Local builders merchant, James Burrell supplied roofing contractor, Wilkinson Roofing with Cembrit Jutland fibre cement slates. Jutland slates feature a smooth surface and are pre-holed, square


edged and lightweight. They do not need to be graded and sorted like natural slates. These qualities combine to make them easy to handle and install and an ideal solution for a fast-track construction environment.


sales@cembrit.co.uk Radnor Oak create beautiful oak buildings


Radnor Oak is a specialist in the design and manufacture of free standing oak framed buildings, including oak framed Garages & Outbuildings, Annexes & Garden Lodges, Gazebos, Pavilions and Home Offices. The finest green oak is selected on quality and grade, creating incredibly strong and beautiful buildings.


“The whole process was perfect, from initially seeing your site on the web, to using your drawings and illustrations in our


application to obtain planning permission. The quality of the wood and the way it all went together was impressive. The finished project is 101 per cent.”


01544 260727 www.radnoroak.co.uk Flooring that keeps you building


CaberShieldPlus is the ideal flooring solution when building in Britain’s unpredictable climate. Based on Norbord’s popular moisture-resistant CaberFloor P5 tongue-and-groove particleboard flooring panel, CaberShieldPlus is specially designed to withstand exposure to wet conditions. CaberShieldPlus has protection on both sides, not just the exposed upper surface. The top surface features a permanent non-slip coating that not only prevents damage to the board but also ensures a


safe working platform. The underside is protected with the smooth coating that not only protects against damage but also makes the board easy to slide into position.


www.norbord.co.uk MgO SIP for all your building needs


Superior SIPs are a new, exciting evolved MgO SIP build system. Tried and tested in the UK to offer a faster, more affordable improved solution to anyone wishing to undertake a build project from self builders to homeowners and the solution offers a cost effective avenue for property developers.


Utilising this system offers a quick, fireproof, waterproof low-cost solution that you can apply finishes direct to the panel. Suitable


for new builds, extensions, garden rooms, roof replacement and much more. Visit our website for a full range of benefits and contact us by phone or email for a quote.


0845 645 789 www.superiorsippanels.co.uk september/october 2018


 SIP design & Manufacture


 Full house kits  Extension kits Sipco have successfully completed over 200 projects to date.


We can provide references on our work and welcome potential clients to visit our production facility to discuss their requirements with our technical team.


 Contact Information


please visit our website www.thesipcompany.com or alternatively email


info@thesipcompany.com  www.sbhonline.co.uk 43


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