Manufacturing excellence since 1981
Euroclad® is the UK's home-grown, independent supplier of metal roof and wall products which provide exceptional acoustic and thermal performance for the life of a building. Products are sustainably credible with proven routes for recycling and disposal. At Euroclad® we listen to your needs and offer high performance, cost effective solutions.
Founded in 1981 we listen to the needs of our customers and offer high performance, cost effective solutions that maintain our key position at the forefront of the metal roofing and cladding industry. We started life on Seawall Road near Splott in Cardiff with just a handful of staff, which included current Managing Director Phil Cook.
Since then we have moved to a dedicated production facility situated on a self-managed corporate park on the outskirts of Cardiff with excellent access to the major arteries of the city, including the M4 Motorway via the A48 and the freight train terminal on our doorstep.
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