Plastic Extrusion For Construction And Building Projects

Bespoke Construction Plastics Products

The construction sector depends heavily on the plastics industry as PVC products make a major contribution to the quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of building materials, as well as contributing to a more positive environmental impact of construction projects.

Apart from the obvious products, such as soffits, wall cladding, guttering, pipework, cable sheathing and insulation, plastic extrusions in construction are used in everything from the concrete foundations to the final interior finishing.

Plastic products have a huge role in sustainable construction helping to provide excellent insulation properties and are second to none when it comes to long-term durability and value. They are used both in the traditional and modern methods of construction, whether is it the refurbishment of older properties or in the production of new temporary and permanent modular housing and structures.

The excellent key properties of certain plastics make them ideal for use in the building sector, for example: good UV resistance, good impact strength, good fire retardancy, good electrical insulation and damp proofing properties, and weight saving.

Why not get in touch with us directly to discuss your plastic extrusion requirements whether it is pipes, conduits, frames, ventilation ducts, etc. We can manufacture bespoke, high-quality cost-effective products to suit your needs.

Having an experienced team and all equipment under one roof guarantees you a structured process. We’ll work closely with you to design and produce your bespoke plastic building profiles that are custom-manufactured to meet your specifications.

Our most common requests include:

  • Conservatories
  • Cladding
  • Partitions
  • Housings
  • Trims
  • Roofing
A group of grey plastic extrusions

Typical Applications For Building Plastics Include:

Windows And Conservatories

Window & door frames, supports, frame cladding, fascia boards, decorative transoms, glazing sleeves, trims, cappings, undercladding, seals & gaskets
Cladding & PanellingPlastic wall cladding, PVC pipe and cable covers, ceiling linings, plastic fascias, soffits, UPVC wall panels, hygienic wall coverings, PVC skirting, coving, capping, wall angles, butt and corner jointing
PartitioningWall partitioning, barrier systems, PVC panels
Jointing StripsPVC extruded edging strips, seals and trims, plastic joining strips, beading
Plastic pipes and tubes for water delivery of water, guttering, drain pipes, for waste removal
RoofingPlastic seals, pipes, fascias, clips, guttering
Plastic PostsPVC fence posts, uprights for railings, fencing panels

The Many Benefits of Using Plastics for Construction

We will assist you in the design phase to choose the best material for each job.

  • Durability and Resistance to Corrosion
  • Good Insulation Properties
  • Cost Efficient to Produce and Install
  • Minimum Maintenance
  • Lightweight and Flexible
  • Hygienic
  • Easy to Install
  • Long Life Span
  • Recyclable
  • Innovative Design Possibilities
  • Good Fire Safety Characteristics
  • Minimum Maintenance
flexible co extrusions in red and blue
white plastic window extrusion profile
COVID-19 Update

We have remained operational all through the lockdown period to continue to supply our customers, some of which are key essential suppliers to the NHS and pharmaceutical sectors.

The welfare of our workforce and the wider community is our priority, so from the outset we have been following Government advice and Public Health Guidelines with respect to making the workplace ‘COVID-19 secure’ to limit potential exposure to and mitigate the spread of the virus. We have been reviewing safety measures continuously to ensure operations can continue with the necessary safeguards. We are therefore working at a reduced capacity and as many of our employees as possible are still working from home. Despite these changes, you can still contact us during normal working hours via the usual channels and details are available on the contact page of our website. We will answer as soon as possible, but please bear with us should it take slightly longer than usual for us to respond.

We are constantly reviewing the situation based on UK Government advice and will keep you informed as things change.

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