Smartroof, UK manufacturer of panelised roofing systems, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
Established in 2002, Smartroof has gone from strength-to-strength and is now supplying over 300 roofs every month, aided in part by the recent £1.5 million investment in its Swadlincote production facility to meet the growing demand for modular roof systems.
The Keystone Group acquired Smartroof in 2012, recognising that the Smartroof system complemented its brands and addressed many of the challenges facing housebuilders today; health and safety, speed of construction, skills shortage, cost certainty and product quality.
Sean Og Coyle, commercial director at Keystone Group, said: “At the Keystone group we really believe Smartroof has revolutionised the room-in-roof sector. Being able to arrive on site with installers, a lorry with roof cassettes, dormers, roof windows, soffit and fascia, and then installing two plots per day provides our customers and builders with the important consistency of build programme and reliability. The system also improves health and safety, speed of construction and consistency of cost, which at the end of the day provides the builder with peace of mind that their product will be installed as required.”