We are here to support you
From dedicated technical project support to CPDs. We understand the challenges faced in the gutter and roof environment and how to help you specify the right system. We are always at the end of a phone to talk through your specific needs.
Making your Project Flow
We offer a full service support called Project Flow to guide you at every stage of the process. Starting with the specification process, we initially provide site surveys, condition reports, and bespoke specification support and then work hand in glove with our network of Trained Contractors during the installation process and undertake rigorous site inspections and audits prior to authorising release of the systems guarantees. In this way quality is assured for all project stakeholders.
We work with all key stakeholders to ensure the highest quality of installation and system specification. We work with installing contractors through rigorous training programmes and subsequent site inspection and audit regimes. We work with specifiers to deliver bespoke system specifications to stop leaks for good. This ensures the highest quality of gutter and roof refurbishment and total satisfaction for the end customer.
From site survey, condition reports and specification generation through to installation, inspection and guarantee, we support you all the way. Read more....
We have both material and full system samples available, click here to request your sample.
Our specification team will visit you to deliver CPD training and system demonstartions using our purpose made rigs.
Our ExperienceSee all case studies
“Plygene® Gutterline is specifically engineered to be seamless…anything with joints will always have the potential to leak.” M.T. Construction of Colchester have been an approved installers of Plygene Gutterline since 1998….
“Plygene® Gutterline is a value added service for my clients and I am 100% confident in it every time.” Brian Steel of Steel Roofing in Castleford has been working with…
Continuous leaks in the roof of First Bus’s depot in Boyle Street, Manchester defied all remediation attempts.