Cembrit B5 corrugated sheets have been installed on eight Swiss-style lodges at a holiday village in Swansea, updating the building and providing a finish that exudes that holiday retreat feel.
Graham and Alistair Greenshield, the owners of Penlan Holiday Village, wanted to replace the thirty-year-old roofs as they were looking tired and not performing very well.
Graham chose to take on the job himself and, after looking at the options, decided to purchase Cembrit B5 corrugated sheets. Approximately 150 black-coated B5 corrugated sheets have been installed on five lodges also utilising close-fitting one-piece Cranked Crown Ridge to fit perfectly into the roof pitches.
Graham Greenshield, part-owner of Penlan Holiday Village, commented: “The exceptional quality of Cembrit’s B5 corrugated sheet helped us to enhance the exterior design of the lodges.
“Time has been of the essence, considering the size of the project, and the fact that we didn’t want to close the business for too long. Cembrit’s B5 corrugated sheets have saved us a great deal of time, as it is quick and easy to install. In addition, its cost-effectiveness and design features ticked all the right boxes for us. I am not only pleased with the end result, but I enjoyed installing the product.”
Cembrit says its rust and rot free B5 Corrugated Sheet is the perfect solution for someone looking to clad or repair single-story buildings such as stables and garages.
B5 is available in fourteen different lengths ranging from 4′ to 10′ 6″ the sheets are approximately 40% wider than traditional 3″ profile, which allows for much better coverage per sheet.
B5 sheets have a small overlap, and as the sheets are approximately 40% wider than comparative products, they offer a much better coverage per sheet, decreasing the weight of the roof covering.