As a leading supplier of metal roof decking products, we offer a comprehensive and competitively priced range of products. We are independent metal decking suppliers and because of this, we understand it’s important to select the best metal deck profiles for each job.
Specialising in metal roof decking, we partner with manufacturers whose structural roof deck products offer practical high-performance solutions for all applications.
We only work with and supply high-quality materials from trusted metal deck roof product manufacturers. This means you can that you can have total confidence in the decking profiles we supply, many of which come with extensive manufacturer warranties. We offer our customers the advantage of being able to obtain all the metal roof decking products, tools and equipment they require from a single, reputable source.
At Prestige, we only provide quality products at competitive prices. This is partly in thanks to our close links to quality, leading metal roof deck manufacturers. In fact, by partnering with the likes of Tata and Joris-ide, we have a wide range of cost-effective and efficient metal deck profiles and metal deck panels to choose from. This ensures you can purchase all your structural roof deck supplies from us.
As leading metal decking suppliers, our metal roof decking products have been carefully selected. As a result, we can meet every structural roof deck requirement. So, whether you’re looking for metal deck panels or profiles that protect against aggressive environments. Or you need decking profiles for a low-pitched roof, we’ve got it covered.
A point of pride at PIRS is that we have made the purchasing process simple. Since we have many years’ experience in the trade, we co-ordinate your deliveries to help keep your project on track. Our national logistics network delivers the structural roof deck you require quickly, easily and cost-effectively.
There’s a reason why we’re trusted metal decking suppliers. If you cannot see what you’re looking for online, simply give us a call on 01268 858444.
The two main UK manufacturers of metal roof decking, Tata Steel and Joriside, offer 25 year warrantees on most of their structural roof deck products. The same applies to the sealants that they also manufacture and supply.
This means that provided the metal roof decking has been installed in line with manufacturer guidelines and properly maintained, you can expect a lifespan of at least 25 years. In reality though, metal deck panels last a lot longer than this, which is why they are popular in industrial builds.
To ensure that your chosen metal roof decking profiles withstand the test of time, it is important that you also use the correct fixings and sealants. We can advise you on all of these and source them quickly and at a competitive rate.
Metal roof decking or metal structural roof decks are made from either galvanised or coated steel or aluminium. There are several different types of metal deck profiles to choose from. However, usually they are trapezoidal profiles. The thickness, finish, and spacing is chosen to fit the span and weight of the roof the trapezoidal profile is designed to support.
You’ll find that aluminium metal roof decking has a minimum thickness of 0.9mm whereas steel metal deck profiles can be made slightly thinner (0.7mm). Although, neither metal deck profiles are usually greater than 1.2mm thick.
The type of metal roof decking that is chosen will depend on several different factors. For instance, load distribution is key as is drainage performance, finish, and integration with the remaining roof structure.
As leading metal decking suppliers, we have excellent manufacturer relationships with Tata Steel, Kingspan, Joriside and the like. If you need help looking for specific metal deck profiles, please just give our team a call.
It depends on the manufacturer and the type of metal roof decking profile you require. Typically speaking though, metal deck profiles range from 32mm to 210mm deep and are available in a wide variety of structural liner trays, although spans of up to 7400 mm can be achieved.
As an example, Joriside metal deck profiles range from 19mm to 200mm in depth and provide a structural roof deck for all types of roof systems.
Essentially, profiled metal roof decking provides excellent durable coverage for industrial and commercial buildings when combined with insulation and weatherproof membranes.
One thing to keep in mind though is that aluminium metal roof decking has a minimum thickness of 0.9mm whereas steel metal deck profiles can be made slightly thinner (0.7mm). Although, neither metal deck profiles are usually greater than 1.2mm thick.
Although metal roof decking is one of the most durable products on the market, as with any roof, it will need maintaining. Since structural roof deck profiles are an integral part of a building’s structure, it is important that they are routinely inspected.
Although most steel metal roof decking profiles are either galvanised or coated and carry an extensive warranty of at least 20 years, there’s still a risk of oxidisation, and so over time you will have to check for any spots of rust.
It’s also important to remember to follow the manufacturer guidelines for maintaining structural roof deck profiles. After all, flat seam panels, interlocking profiles, and standing seam metal roof decking profiles will all have their own maintenance requirements.
As a rule though, to keep metal deck profiles in good condition, it’s always a good idea to regularly clean gutters and remove debris.
Since Metal roof decking or metal structural roof profiles are made from either galvanised or coated steel or aluminium, they are designed to last a very long time.
Many of the leading manufacturers will offer a warranty of up to 25 years, not just for the metal deck profiles, but for the specified sealants too. Some companies even give a lifetime warranty.
Every manufacturer will have their own warranty terms though, and as metal decking suppliers, we will always make sure you have sight of these.
Of course, your metal roof decking must be specified and installed in line with manufacturer instructions. Careful attention also needs to be paid to the type of fasteners used. These should typically last around 20 years, but as part of an ongoing duty of care, they should be routinely checked for tightness, corrosion or breakage.