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External Finish Companies in the UK

  • MSP Scotland offer a range of cladding systems and related products from some of the world’s leading manufacturers. We operate throughout the UK and are...

  • Vivalda are UK distributors and suppliers of high specification decorative cladding panels, rain screen cladding, building boards and fire protection...

  • Supplying roofing & cladding products/systems for the whole building envelope, including - profile cladding, flat panel, rainscreen, live louvres and...

  • Sorba UK is an independent designer, manufacturer & installer of aluminium, stainless-steel, powder-coated, steel-facade and glass systems. In addition...

  • Kalzip is the world-leading standing seam roofing and wall cladding system. We provide total solutions for the external envelope of the building...

  • Plastivan UK supplies quality decorative claddings and external building products such as fascias & soffits, together with a full range of PVC-UE window...

  • Ash & Lacy Building Systems are leading manufacturers & distributors of metal building envelope systems and ancillary products, providing specifiers...

  • Alumasc Exterior Building Products Ltd are suppliers of architectural rainwater systems, engineered drainage systems, flat roofing, waterproofing systems,...

  • leading firm in the field of Venetian Polished Plaster using superior wall finish which is derived from the ancient techniques of Pompeii and Greece.

  • Euroclad Ireland
    Euroclad Ltd is one of Ireland’s and the UK’s foremost producers of metal cladding systems and continuous development is specifically geared towards offering specifiers the ultimate choice in design flexibility. Our extensive range covers composite roof & wall systems, standing seam systems, structural trays & decking, rainscreen, liner, roof & wall profiles, flashings and louvers.
  • Cembrit Limited
    Building material producers with over 60 years experience in the manufacture of fibre reinforced cement products for the roofing and cladding industry.
  • Marley Eternit Ltd
    Marley Eternit Ltd are a leading provider of roofing and cladding solutions. For roofing we offer a wide range of tiles & slates, from the more traditional clay tiles to modern fibre cement slates & concrete tiles. Our fibre cement cladding is available in a variety of colours, textures & finishes. We also supply fibre cement profiled sheeting products and a range of fibre cement building boards.
 

Where to buy external finishes

  • MSP (Scotland) Ltd - 1/9 Telford Road, East Lenziemill Ind. Estate, Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire, G67 2AX, 01236 729591
  • Vivalda - 99 Victoria Road, London, Greater London, NW10 6DJ, 0208 963 9999
  • Architectural Profiles Ltd - Cockayne House, 126-128 Crockhamwell Road, Woodley, Reading, Berkshire, RG5 3JH, 0118 927 2424
  • Sorba UK Ltd - Office F15, Dugard House, Peartree Road, Colchester, Essex, CO3 0UL, 01206 766 320
  • Kalzip Ltd - Haydock Lane, Haydock, St Helens, Merseyside, WA11 9TY, 01942 295 500
  • Plastivan UK - Unit 4 Bonville Industrial Estate, Bonville Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 5QU, 0117 300 5625
  • Ash & Lacy Building Systems Ltd - Bromford Lane, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B70 7JJ, 0121 525 1444
  • Alumasc Exterior Building Products Ltd - White House Works, Bold Road, Sutton, St Helens, Merseyside, WA9 4JG, 01744 648400
  • Perucchetti Plastering Ltd - Cemex House, 15 Townmead Road, London, Greater London, SW6 2QL, 020 7371 5497

I am looking at the refurbishment of a modular building and wish to replace the external wall finish. Can you please suggest a material / manufacturer that would be suitable for this application.

Many thanks

I am having a front and side single storey extension built. My existing property has a pebble dash finishing that is painted white and the builder wants to use a white pebble dash cladding. Will they match or is it gonna stand out like a sore thumb.

I suspect if your current property was done some time ago then it will certainly have 'aged' somewhat in which case there will be an obvious difference. Can I suggest you ask your builder for a sample of the cladding so you can then test 'in situ'.

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