7 Fabriek Street, George Industria, George

Services

From installations and repairs to the removal of asbestos containing materials, we pride ourselves on delivering excellent service every time.

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Installation and Repairs

As specialist roofing contractors, we can:

  • remove all existing roofing materials
  • supply, deliver and install the following popular roofing materials:
  • - Steel profiles (Corrugated, IBR, Concealed Fix)
    - Concrete roof tiles
    - Canadian cedar wood shingles
    - Mazista slate
    - Malthoid shingles

  • complete major and minor repairs to existing roof structures

We work directly from the specifications provided by either the owner or appointed architect.

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Erection of Roof Trusses

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We supply and erect timber roof trusses manufactured by approved MiTek fabricators.

Timber roof trusses offer a cost-effective and speedy solution to roof framing, with the chosen roofing material being applied once erected. This method of construction can deliver considerable material savings, often using up to 40% less timber than roofs constructed in a traditional way. Commonly used in the development of new housing, trusses are now becoming increasingly popular in commercial and industrial settings.

We are recognised by the Institute of Timber Construction as an Erector Member. This means we adhere to all of the necessary guidelines and undergo regular audits.

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Asbestos Removal

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Approved by the Department of Labour to safely remove and dispose of asbestos containing materials.

Asbestos removal and repair has to be carried out in accordance with strict guidelines, and only by an approved contractor. Prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibres can cause long-term health problems, such as malignant lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis.

According to law, it is a criminal offence for anyone other than a registered asbestos contractor to remove and dispose of asbestos containing materials. Anyone who fails to comply with the regulations for asbestos removal outlined by the Department of Labour can be fined up to R1000 or imprisoned for up to 12 months. To view the regulations, click here.

Cape Cladding Procurements is assessed annually to ensure we continue to meet all of the necessary requirements. Download a copy of our latest Department of Labour certificate here.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Other Services

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PVC Ceilings

PVC Ceiling Panels are becoming an increasingly popular choice in South Africa. These panels can be used to create an aesthetically pleasing finish in any home or office, with minimal fuss and effort.

  • easy-to-install
  • don’t require any painting
  • 100% water and moisture proof
  • hypoallergenic
  • environmentally friendly
  • fire retardant

Our team has extensive experience in the erection of PVC Ceiling Panels in both commercial and domestic environments.

Ceiling Insulation

We install all popular ceiling and acoustic insulation materials to help improve the thermal comfort of your home or work environment. These materials include IsoBoard, Lambdaboard, Think Pink Aerolite, Earthwool, Romatherm and Thermocoustex.

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Faqs

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions relating to the removal of asbestos containing materials.

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Asbestos containing materials are generally not considered to be dangerous unless asbestos fibres are being released into the air. These can be inhaled and cause serious health problems.

If you inhale asbestos fibres, you are at an increased risk of developing the following:

  • lung cancer
  • mesothelioma
  • asbestosis

That is why you should not disturb any asbestos containing materials. Contact an approved contractor to remove any asbestos containing materials, such as Cape Cladding.

If you are unsure, contact us and we will gladly help you to identify if your current roofing material contains asbestos.

No, it is a criminal offence under South African law to remove asbestos containing materials. They need to be removed and disposed of correctly by an approved contractor, such as Cape Cladding. You can be fined up to R1000 or face imprisonment for up to 12 months for removing and disposing asbestos containing materials yourself.