Lead sheet Rolls
Lead is malleable but durable, and it typically lasts over 100 years. Lead is a sustainable and environmentally friendly product too. It is 100% recyclable and has a significantly smaller impact on global warming than the production of synthetic materials, not to mention it is also cost-effective, practical and stylish, easy to use and comes in a range of sheet thickness codes to suit your project’s needs.
Lead sheet represents exceptional value for money
Lead sheet works out cheaper every time, because it is a long-term solution.
Our machine cast lead sheet is approved by the British Board of Agrément (BBA) and comes with a 60-year guarantee. Our rolled (or milled) lead sheet confirms to BS EN 12588 and has a 50-year guarantee. But the working life expectancy of all types of lead sheet is much longer. Even at a conservative estimate, it should last you well over a hundred years. That’s not a short-term solution; it’s an investment.
Non-lead alternatives can’t match that! Most manufacturers don’t know how long their products will last. And they’re not prepared to guarantee them for anything over 10 to 20 years.
And don’t forget, even when your lead does need replacing, there is still a considerable value in the old material, so you can sell it on or recycle.
Lead sheet is adaptable and fit-for purpose
Lead is incredibly easy to use. It works alongside other building products, it is non-corrosive and flexible. Lead sheet doesn’t lift in high winds and it can withstand – and can be fitted in – any sort of weather.
Offering durability, longevity and enduring good looks, it’s very easy to see why lead has stayed so popular. And lead sheet can be used in so many ways, from roofing and cladding to radiation protection to sound-proofing.
Our CE mark EN14783 shows that our machine cast and rolled lead sheet are suitable for all roofing and cladding applications, including flat and pitched roofing, cladding, flashing, guttering and fine detail work.
Lead sheet is always in style
Lead sheet has been popular for hundreds of years because it is such a practical and stylish solution. That isn’t about to change. Architects and designers prize lead for its elegant looks. Even non-lead alternatives are frequently made to resemble lead.
When pre-treated with patination oil, lead will retain its looks over decades – even in the harshest o