At Feltham Grab Hire, we are committed to excellence and professional service. Whether you need house or factory demolition, a commercial strip out for an office, or need asbestos removal for a site, we are the team for you. With over 30 years of industry experience, you can trust in our work and rest easy knowing your project is in the best hands. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
At Feltham Demolition, we can remove any type of cladding, from any height using our elevated platform machinery and removal techniques our team of experts have perfected. We offer a quick turnaround and flexible solutions so that we can get the work done effectively and to high standards. Our service also includes asbestos removal and asbestos surveys should one need to be conducted. As removing cladding can be part of a demolition or strip out process, we have skip hire lorries and muck away services available as well to clear away the site around your building as quickly and efficiently as possible while keeping environmental waste disposal regulations in mind.
Cladding is the outer layer applied to high rise buildings to increase thermal energy efficiency and/or to improve aesthetics while not adversely affecting weather resistance. Cladding is non-load bearing, which means it is not part of the structural integrity of the building itself.
There are a multitude of types of cladding available to fit different purposes or aesthetic styles to match the appearance of the building. There is cladding available made to look like the exterior of a traditional red brick building or ranging to more modern cladding made from glass or metal. Cladding panels can be made from a wide variety of materials such as wood, metal, brick, or vinyl. It is difficult to tell which material and composite cladding is made of just by looking at it.
To find out, further investigation will need to be carried out. At Feltham Groundworks, we can work with you to find the best type of cladding to suit your building.
Cladding, while an important part of any building, has the potential to be highly dangerous. Depending on the composite makeup of the cladding, it can be highly flammable resulting in fires on the exterior of a building structure. Containing these fires, once they have begun, is very difficult as they spread rapidly.
The Grenfell Tower fire in 2017 is an unfortunate example of the dangers of unregulated cladding. The cladding caught on fire and the building went up in flames at an alarming speed. The fire, which started inside an apartment on the fourth floor burst through a window and set the cladding on fire, which then spread laterally and ignited the entire building.
The cladding used on Grenfell Tower was aluminium sheets of cladding with a central plastic polyethylene core. The Grenfell Tower fire is one of the worst modern disasters in the UK and has sparked a serious change in cladding rules and regulations.
The government is bringing an end to unsafe cladding in the UK with a multi-billion-pound intervention with a ban on combustible materials used in cladding. The ban also means that all foam-based insulation, plastic fibre-based composites and timber-based walling and cladding materials will not be available for use on buildings less than 18 metres.
In February of 2021, the government also announced that they would pay for the removal of cladding on high rise buildings, providing reassurance and protecting tenants from costs. However, this regulation does not cover the expense of cladding removal and re-installation for private homeowners or landlords who rent apartments out. The cost of removing and re-installing cladding is expensive, if you want it done right and done safely.
At Feltham Demolition, we can remove and re-install the cladding on your building to meet government safety regulations for the best price. Do not hesitate to get in touch with us to learn more about how we can help you remove and reinstall the cladding on your building.
There are a multitude of types of cladding available to fit different purposes or aesthetic styles to match the appearance of the building. There is cladding available made to look like the exterior of a traditional red brick building or ranging to more modern cladding made from glass or metal.
Cladding panels can be made from a wide variety of materials such as wood, metal, brick, or vinyl. It is difficult to tell which material and composite cladding is made of just by looking at it. To find out, further investigation will need to be carried out. At Feltham Demolition, we can work with you to find the best type of cladding to suit your building.
The first step is deciding what type of cladding you want to install onto your building. Are you interested in something that will match your aesthetic style, or a cladding with a particular sort of adhesive bond? At Feltham Demolition, we will work with you to help you decide exactly which type of cladding will best suit your needs.
Once you’ve selected the type of cladding, whether it be metal cladding, glass cladding, or brick cladding we can then get started installing it. We start by measuring out the tiles of cladding we are going to be installing and marking them on the surface of the building to ensure they are laid on properly. We get to work on installing the cladding you’ve selected onto the outside of your building, taking care to make sure that the cladding is lined up properly and will fit together seamlessly. Installing cladding takes less time than removing it, but again this depends on the size of the property.
We strive for excellence and are committed to doing the best jobs at the best price. Our team of cladding removal experts is on hand and ready to take your building into their care.
Do not hesitate to contact us so we can tailor our services to your individual needs and help you decide what exactly you need us to do. We also have a wide range of skips and grab lorries available for hire, with professional drivers on hand should you need them once we’ve removed the cladding and to clean up around your property.