Sort by:

Showing 1-5 of 5

Cefnamlwch Farm

Cefnamlwch Farm

Eternit

Profile 6 fibre cement roofing sheets were used on Cefnamlwch Farm to keep condensation levels to a minimum. The farm is also subjected to strong coastal winds, so the hardwearing, durable sheets made them an ideal choice from which to construct the new build’s roof.
Harewood House Farm

Harewood House Farm

Eternit

The Harewood Estate is home to acres of carefully managed countryside, as well as a wide range of historic buildings. The architecture, land and wildlife are all cared for through a nationally recognised conservation programme. The entire energy centre was topped with Eternit Profile 6 sheets in Natural Grey, plus Eternit barge boards and ridges at the request of the team at Harewood. The estate particularly specified Eternit fibre cement sheets thanks to the special colour application method used in the manufacturing process.
Hereford Livestock Market

Hereford Livestock Market

Eternit

The £7m building project specified steel sheets in the original plans but concerns were soon raised about the potential reverberation and noise from wind, heavy rain and hail causing distress to the animals. In addition to this, the steel sheets would also have been susceptible to corrosion; caused by heat and moisture from the animals’ slightly acidic breath condensing on the relatively cooler underside of the roof. In place of the steel sheets, Eternit fibre cement Profile 6 sheets were chosen.
Lion Salt Works

Lion Salt Works

Eternit

When restoration of the UK’s last remaining open-pan salt works began, Eternit was integral to completing the £10 million industrial heritage project. Early in the design process, Eternit was consulted to assess the feasibility of using semi-compressed fibre cement profiled sheeting as roofing and cladding materials. To maintain the aesthetics of the original Lion Salt Works buildings with new products, Profile 6 and Profile 3 sheeting was used in Natural Grey.
Manor Farm

Manor Farm

Eternit

The construction of a new pig unit has enabled Anthony Robinson to build on the early success of his new pig finishing business. Profile 6 roofing sheets were used on the build to help with insulation and reduce the high levels of condensation to ensure optimum pig performance, and help reduce the build-up of dust and air-borne bacteria. As such, a raised, protected open ridge has been installed on the build to help draw in fresh air from the sides of the shed, forcing stale air up and out through the top of the building.

Showing 1-5 of 5