Building products manufacturer Steadmans has supplied materials for a new roof at an East Lothian motor museum.
Home to a large collection of vintage cars, commercial vehicles and motor bikes, Myreton Motor Museum now has exhibition space which utilises 270 linear metres of Steadmans 40mm AS35 insulated steel roof panels, finished in pigeon grey. Steadmans one stop shop capability also saw it supply olive green, pigeon grey and terracotta flashings, fixings and gutters.
Installer and specifier David Miller, managing director of David Miller Contracts, based in Gifford, East Lothian, commented: The quality of Steadmans products is second-to-none. We have used them for years and, in particular, on all our steel projects.
The companys bespoke products are ideal for what we do and the diversity of the Steadmans range means we can order everything we need from a sole supplier. This is hugely beneficial to us, saving us both time and money.
Comprising two outer steel skins with an integral PIR insulation core, Steadmans AS35 insulated panels are available in a wide range of colours and complement the companys broad variety of pre-engineered construction products, such as gutters, flashings, rooflights and doors. The company also recently announced the introduction of a new 120mm panel the thickest available into the AS35 range.