Masterform Weathering System Installation
The Masterform weathering system allows you to retain the character that is synonymous with traditional detailing but without the risks associated with these materials. Masterform is a unique alternative weathering material providing a long term waterproof covering to areas where traditional materials like Lead sheet would normally be used. "And it even looks like Lead when fitted". It is capable of being installed to the traditional detailing normally associated with these materials which are inherited vulnerable to theft due to their scrap metal values. Can be joined in a fully waterproof manner with no hot-works requirements. Masterform has no scrap value and is worthless to thieves. These qualities facilitate the installation of traditionally detailed roofing without the associated risk of theft. And it is Approved for use on many listed and heritage buildings.
The Masterform system is designed and manufactured to meet the specific requirements of a weathering material that is flexible, malleable, durable and aesthetically pleasing.
- Can be detailed to look like traditional materials
- No recycle value
- Safe to use and non toxic
- Light, clean and easy to handle
- No hot works
- Approved for use on many listed and heritage buildings
- Quick to fit.
- 15 sizes from 150mm - 1250mm wide
- Available in Grey and Black
- BBA certificate
- Project & fitting warranty available
Masterform is a polymer product that can be bonded to form a fully watertight joint making it a very versatile product. Areas of use include;
- Valley Gutters
- Dormer roofs & sides
- Small or large roof areas
- Area of cladding
Go Green - Go Lead
Lead is a natural material which is highly recycled and can be reused due to the longevity of the material especially when compared with its synthetically produced petrochemical made alternatives i.e. Sarnafill, Asphalt and GRP Fibreglass ect.
Even the recycling process of lead is more environmentally friendly as less heat is needed and there is no need for any to go to waste. Today's alternative materials can fail after 10-15 years and because of the way they are manufactured and their need for early replacement - they have both a negative cost and environmental impact.