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Simple Signs Your Roof Needs To Be Replaced - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Do you need a roof replacement? Would you know what to look for if you did? Most of the time the signs are pretty obvious but sometimes they can be hiding right under your nose…
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Our 2019 Rewind - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Take a look at Britmet Lightweight Roofing's Achievements in 2019
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Construction Activity on the Rise - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

According to the most recent Construction Trade Survey, construction activity increased during the fourth quarter of 2013.
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How to Choose the Right Roofing Solution - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Before embarking down the route of traditional roofing materials, it is worth taking time to consider what factors are most important for your construction purposes.
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Why Lightweight Panel Systems are the Preferred Option - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Traditional roof tiles and slates have done the job admirably for many years, but these days roofing contractors are increasingly turning their attention to metal roof tiles and lightweight panel systems as an alternative roofing method..
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Why Metal Roof Tiles are a Worthwhile Investment - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Metal roof tiles are fast becoming one of the most popular roofing choices in the UK today due to the savings on maintenance and upkeep once installed.
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The Advantages of Metal Roofing - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Metal roof tiles as a lightweight roofing solution have a long list of construction benefits.
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What are the Advantages of Lightweight Roofing? - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Roofing products and panel systems are defined as lightweight or heavyweight depending upon their weight and classification. A lightweight material is one that weighs under 20Kg per square metre when fixed on the roof.
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A School Project in South Wales - Britmet Lightweight Roofing

Once upon a time there was a school in South Wales with a beautiful traditional slate roof. Sadly, the school roof had a vandal issue.
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