Joce Roofing Ltd offer award winning roofing services to suit your needs. We have an excellent team of reliable roofers trained in all the necessary skills to provide you with the service that you deserve, whether you need a complete new metal roof or minor repairs to an existing one. We specialise in various aspects of metal roofing from small domestic to large commercial in Copper, Zinc and Terne Coated Stainless Steel.
COPPER ROOFING – Copper is a material renowned for its excellent durability. No other metal has enhanced buildings all over the world for so long and adapted so well to the architectural styles of different periods. Copper has excellent corrosion resistance and is considered favourably as a pro-environmental material in the building sector. Using the standing seam method, the copper is secured to the roof by the means of stainless steel clips, fitted between the upstands of the copper bays, which are then welted together.
ZINC ROOFING – The main advantages of using Zinc roofing are its longevity and malleability. Typically, a zinc roof can be expected to last in excess of sixty years. Zinc is naturally resistant to corrosion, is extremely durable and does not require costly maintenance. In addition, the flexibility, malleability and versatility of zinc, combined with its pleasing appearance, make it the material of choice for imaginative building projects from individual homes to commercial complexes, public buildings and private projects. As a non-ferrous metal, Zinc is naturally self-protecting. With time, it forms an attractive light grey patina. It does not rust, requires little or no maintenance, is remarkably resistant to corrosion and is perfectly watertight
TERNE COATED STAINLESS STEEL – A Terne Coated Stainless Standing Seam Cladding comprises of terne coated stainless coils, fixed to one another via two vertically standing seams. The seams are then crimped together on site to seal the system and prevent water penetration. The terne coating is a specially formulated alloy consisting of zinc and tin in order to dramatically increase the metal’s corrosion resistance. The coating also gives an appealing natural weathered appearance similar to lead or zinc. This can be very useful in conservation projects where planning authorities would like to retain the appearance of either lead or zinc but the weight and/or costs may be prohibitive.
Metal Cladding – The above materials can also be considered for use on the cladding of building walls.