Stainless Steel Roofing
For strength and durability Terne Coated Stainless Steel Roofing, also known as TCS Roofing, is the perfect solution and we have been stalling stainless steel roofing for over 40 years. Its durability makes it perfect for harsh or marine conditions, as it doesn’t thin over time and is exceptionally robust. It can be given a bright or matte finish – the latter giving a lead like appearance, making it perfect as a lead substitute in either modern or heritage projects. Stainless Steel Roofing is a super eco-friendly material, being 100% recyclable with a potential life of over 100 years when installed by a professional. Below are a few of our projects in our Stainless Steel Roofing Portfolio and you can find out more information on this robust material in our Stainless Steel Technical Information Section.
Stainless Steel Roofing Portfolio
As part of the refurbishment of this train depot, we were asked to create this stainless steel roof. Originally at this point was some glazing with a commercial type steel gutter. The builders had already removed the glazing and laid boarding for us to lay a stainless steel roof. We
We were contacted by the owner of this Victorian house to replace the old, well walked, zinc roof on a terrace. We recommended a stainless steel replacement because of its even longer-lasting capacity , highly robust nature and it is a similar looking colour to zinc. The labour involved in
Most churches nowadays are replacing their lead roofing with tern coated stainless steel when the opportunity arises, as it has a similar look and colour to lead (once weathered) plus requires very little maintenance. In terms of this type of ecclesiastical work, stainless steel roofing vs lead roofing is more
The owners of an old listed dairy building, which was being split into several homes, contacted us to provide a roof for a porch (boot room). They requested a long-life, hard-wearing material, that would required very little maintenance and we therefore suggested this standing seam roof in stainless steel.
For this project we were asked to provide Stainless Steel cladding to cover exterior pipework on the roof of this commercial building. You can see below that we created this using cladding to the front using single lock welt seams with a cornice capping to the top. The owners requested
The owners of this residential house wished to create an annex in the roof. We worked with them to discuss the style they required and the type of metals they would like used. The choice of stainless steel was eventually made because of its capacity to patina to a lead
We were contacted by the owners of this Grade II listed thatched property. They had gained planning permission for an extension and the Local Authority had stipulated within that permission a metal roof had to be applied. The planning permission also stipulated the roof had to be created in a
The Stainless Steel Roof on this project was created to cover a new entrance lobby to a block flats. The architect had design the roof and suggested stainless steel roofing because of its longevity of live, low maintenance requirements and robust nature. Stainless Steel Roofing is practically indestructible, has a
We were contacted by the specialist restoration and heritage builders commissioned to restore the keep of this Norman castle, to provide a Terne Coated Stainless Steel Cupola to cover the keep. The castle was constructed between 1141 and 1143, but suffered at the hands of Henry II who ordered the
Stainless Steel Technical Information
Terne coated stainless steel roofing has been preferred by architects for its ability to mimic the colour of aged lead sheets, it’s commonly specified on heritage buildings and churches and is often used to replace lead on ecclesiastical work or buildings which have previously suffered from lead theft. It is