Our Case Studies
We are immensely proud of the work we do here at Telclad. So, we invite you to take a look through the bespoke solutions we’ve devised for various clients and properties over the years.
Below you’ll find a range of homes and businesses we’ve kept warm and dry, thanks to our quality workmanship and class-leading roofing materials.
New Visitor Centre – 3M Atherstone, Warks
Telclad Ltd are pleased to be associated with the construction of a new state-of-the-art training centre for the Automotive Aftermarket business at Atherstone, Warks.
The 3M Automotive Refinish Centre (ARC) features a vehicle repair workshop and spray booth, along with various meeting rooms and breakout areas.
The Roofing and Parapet Walls consist of:-
- Air Sealed Metal Deck
- Sika Trocal Vapour Barrier
- Kingspan Thermaroof TR26 Insulation
- Trocal type ’S’ Slate Grey membrane
The roof also had reinforced maintenance Walkways installed by ourselves to provide access to the array of Solar PV Panels ballasted down onto the Roof Finish.
We worked alongside the main contractor SDC Special Projects(Bedford).
All Flashings and Extract soakers were made in house in our workshop facility equipped with Folding machine and Flat Sheet Guillotine.
St Margarets Church, Whitnash
We overlaid an existing Felt Roof at the rear of the church using a Polyester Seperation Fleece and mechanically fastened Trocal ‘S’ Slate Grey membrane.
The appearance of the new roofing had to match and be inkeeping with the existing Listed Building.
Including counterflashings and edge trims as shown.
Dogs Trust Rehoming Centres in Shrewsbury and Loughborough
Sika-Trocal, leading supplier of single ply roof membranes, has helped put roofs over the heads of hundreds of stray and abandoned dogs at the new multi-million pound Dogs Trust Rehoming Centres in Shrewsbury and Loughborough.
Sika-Trocal’s single ply membranes have been used to create stunning green roofs and standing seam roofs at the award winning dog rescue centres.
Specialist roofing contractor Telclad was appointed to complete the roof installations, which included the use of Sika-Trocal’s Type SGmA and Type S single ply membranes on the barrel-vaulted green roof of the rehoming building and a 190m2 roof on intake kennels.
To create the green roof, whilst accommodating several sun pipe penetrations, the new rehoming building required a bespoke roofing system. Telclad developed and fitted a series of retention battens that would be strong enough to restrain the curved green roof from slippage whilst meeting Sika-Trocal’s stringent installation criteria.
For the low canopy roof of the 55m x 3.5m intake building, Telclad was required to provide a watertight roof with a standing seam effect, installing 190m2 of Type S single ply membrane in slate grey, finished with Sika-Trocal’s innovative 25mm SE Profiles.
Delivered by main contractor McPhillips and designed by architects Peter Napier & Co., the facilities were built as environmentally sustainable as possible to help reduce the Dogs Trust’s carbon ‘pawprint’. The scheme incorporated materials with low environmental impact including rainwater harvesting, solar panels and a green roof, helping the building become the first of its kind to achieve the highest BREEAM Outstanding rating in the world.
House Extension Stratford-upon-Avon
We carried out the installation of this roofing to the extension using a Sika Trocal ‘S’ membrane complete with a Fully sealed Parapet Detail including bespoke Z flashings at the gutter and Rooflight Details on a Foil Faced Insulation Board and Sika SVap 500E Vapour Control Layer.