Kingspan(Tm) Panels, Flashings, Guttering, Barging,Anti-Condenseation Sheeting, Tile Effect Sheeting, Galvanised Purlins

   
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Welcome to BellewRoofcladding.com

Bellew Roofing Supplies was established in 1982. Since then our Company have built a repuation for Reliability, Value and Customer Care. We are a family run company situated adjecent to the M1 motorway outside Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland.

Roofcladding from Bellewroofcladding.com Dundalk.Co. Louth Ireland

Roofcladding from Bellewroofcladding.com Dundalk.Co. Louth Ireland

Our proximity to the motorway network, ensures a quick dispatch and delivery service to all parts of Ireland, (North & South). Daily deliveries to Dublin and East coast ensures that orders can be on your site within 24 hours .

Roofcladding from Bellewroofcladding.com Dundalk.Co. Louth Ireland

Bellew Roofing Supplies source product and materials form Global Brand Leaders to ensure our customers get the best value possible.

Single Skin Cladding

Single Skin Cladding

We Supply:

Box Profile and Corrugated roof and side cladding.

These sheets have a high performance plastisol coating on a Galvatite hot-dip zinc coated substrate.

Tile Effect Sheets.Transform your building with our “Tile Effect” Roof Sheeting manufactured from.7mm steel with a thick P.V.C coating that ensures a maintainence free roof at a fraction of traditional tile costs.

Anti Condensation Sheets. A non- drip sheet that will eliminate any condensation from your roof.

Insulated Roof Panels.

Self Hanging Sliding Door Track.

Galvanized Steel Purlins.

All Flashings (barge and corners, drip rail, roof capping, door trim etc) supplied.

We also carry a wide range of clear transparent roof sheets in corrugated , box profile or flat . As well as complimenting our range of steel sheets , these products are ideal for car ports, green houses, smoking areas, conservatories, etc. This material is made from p.v.c. and unlike Perspex will not discolour or go brittle when exposed to the Irish weather.