Construction Methods

Construction, the Stoneleigh way

Back in 1999 when Stoneleigh started, industrial buildings were commonly constructed from an outer sheet, a liner sheet attached to rails on a steel frame with insulation in between held in place by sticky pins.  Today, with demands on thermal performance, sustainability and efficiency much higher, the company is proficient at handling a wide variety of materials and can construct buildings using a wide variety of different methologies.

These skills mean that Stoneleigh is more than capable of handling proficiently the demanding skills required to construct thermally efficient buildings with a range of architectural features incorporated.

This list is not meant to be exhaustive but to give an idea of some of the levels of experience and building skills within the company.  Please contact us for more details.

Aluminium framed window

Kingspan insulated horizontal panels

Self curving roof