Northwest based Birchwood Trading is on a mission to spread their love for polycarbonate throughout the UK.
As a tried and trusted roofing material polycarbonate has some clear advantages over glass and can be used in a variety of applications beyond conservatory roofs, including carports, lean-to roofs, canopies, pergolas and greenhouses.
Multiwall polycarbonate has high-impact strength, superior insulation properties and good light transmission. Its light weight makes it easier to transport and install. Use solid polycarbonate for unbreakable strength and a glass like appearance. Choose from their wide variety of both multiwall and solid polycarbonate in a variety of thicknesses and tints.
It’s important to choose the right type of polycarbonate for your application and with their wealth of experience in this field you can rest assured that quality advice is only a phone call or email away.
Why not take advantage of their free of charge cut-to-size and deliver service? Customers have commented that this cuts their waste to a minimum and makes handling and transporting their sheets much easier, saving them both time and money. Whilst multiwall polycarbonate is easy to cut yourself, customers find that they benefit from getting the specific dimensions that they need without the possible contamination issues of cutting on site. Multiwall sheets are cut in a clean environment and are blown free of dust and taped.
Recycled multiwall polycarbonate is proving to be a popular choice for those on a budget. Made with regrind resin recycled sheet offers full UV coating and has the same manufacturing tolerances and load strength as sheet made with virgin resin. All this at a fraction of the price.
To complement their polycarbonate offering and making Birchwood Trading your one stop shop, a full range of glazing bars and fixing accessories suitable for both polycarbonate and glass is also available.
Placing an order couldn’t be easier. Visit their website and enter your requirements into their easy to use online cut-to-size tool, or get in touch by phone, fax or email. Drawings are welcome.