STAINLESS STEEL

Terne coatings on stainless steel weathers to a lead patina appearance to the surface, enabling them to be used as a substitute for lead sheet on buildings such as churches. This making stainless steel a great material for both new builds and refurbishments.


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PRIVATE HOUSE OXFORDSHIRE

This large new build property, designed by sir David Chipperfields architects, was one of our larger projects with a roof area of over 1800m² of stainless steel.

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MALTSHOVEL HOUSE

This quirky extension uses both roofing and cladding details. The new look extension in Eynsham fits into a courtyard garden brilliantly against the old existing building.

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CHILDREY CHURCH

Here is just one example of where we have used stainless steel when replacing lead on a church roof. Using stainless steel to replicate traditional lead details, like the batten rolls.


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