Icotherm Roof Systems become a Certified Installer - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Britmet Lightweight Roofing are delighted to announce that Icotherm Roof Systems have become an official, certified installer of Britmet Lightweight Roofing tiles. Icotherm are a leading designer and manufacturer of a range of lightweight, tiled, timber framed solid roof solutions. These can be used as glazed conservatory roof replacements or on new single storey extensions.

The key to the design of the roof was to come up with a high performing, easy to install solution. Instead of using existing SIP panels, Icotherm created their own. This allows for completely bespoke designs, whilst still delivering a highly insulated end-product that can achieve up to 0.12 U-Value (0.16 as standard). These pre-assembled “pods” mean that the roof is delivered in a ready to install in a kit format, with most of the standard designs and sizes installed and watertight in no more than 3 hours. Icotherm delivers all over mainland UK from their factory in Blackburn, where they are close to the main motorway network.

Managing Director, Dave Jackson, says “We are pleased to be working with Britmet; knowing that the product is made here in the UK was an important part of our selection process, as was the fact that we are now able to deal directly with what is one of the most important players in our supply chain.”

National Account Manager, Mark Hawkes, says “Britmet are delighted be chosen as a supplier of both the Shingle and LiteSlate for Icotherm Roof Systems. The Icotherm brand throughout the UK is well founded, Dave and his team’s commitment to providing a first-class service, from inquiry to installation has quite clearly been the foundation for their reputation and continuing growth.”

Icotherm is a young, dynamic company with a wealth of industry experience from shop floor to senior management. The company invested heavily in ensuring the Icotherm roofs perform to the highest levels and are compliant with building control regulations.

Date Posted: 28th October 2020

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