T and M Buildings supplies and clads using Yorkshire Boarding, corrugated plastisol, roofing and roof lights.
There are a variety of steel cladding systems for sheds, cubicles and assorted agricultural and industrial buildings. For example you might require a non-insulated box profile metal cladding system using either a plastisol or polyester coating. Or you might opt for an insulated system, for example a composite sandwich panel design.
Metal roofing materials offer an ideal solution where stability is a required feature, i.e. being able to walk on the roof. In comparison fibre cement is prone to creasing and / or bending.
Metal roofs do not have to be insulated, so they’re ideal for workshops and outbuildings that do not contain livestock. You can keep heat out and at the same time allow for ventilation. It’s worth noting, that metal does not remove condensation as effectively as fibre cement.
Corrugated and sheet cladding
This building was converted from a silage pit into a dairy unit on a farm near Hartland and finished with corrugated and sheet cladding.
The picture shows corrugated side cladding on a silage pit in Shebbear.
Fibre cement roofs
The picture is of a fibre cement, triple apex roof near Tawstock. Cladding is available in a range of options – from composite insulated steel panels, to single skin fibre cement sheets.
Erection of a slurry pit cover
The image shows the erection of a cover over a slurry pit near Bradworthy. Steel framed buildings are suitable for a wide range of applications, they are quick to erect, durable and offer wide, clear uninterrupted roof spans.
Pre-cast concrete panels and Yorkshire Boarding for a covered cattle Yard near Stibbs Cross.
Yorkshire Boarding and steel doors
Yorkshire Boarding and steel doors in Holsworthy Beacon.