As a global leader, Onduline is one of the best-known names in the roofing industry. But why choose Onduline? In addition to price competitiveness, Onduline consistently delivers a myriad of benefits to homeowners. The unique ONDULINE roofing system, for example, enjoys a well-deserved reputation for reliability. ONDULINE provides guaranteed waterproofing, good insulation and acoustical comfort, and improves the outward aesthetics of buildings through an extensive and unique range of earthy colours - currently red, black, green or brown, grey and ceramic although bespoke requests are always a possibility.
Onduline sheets are lightweight, straightforward to install, and are capable of withstanding wind speeds up to 260 km/h. Finally, they are eco-friendly, a plus for the environmentally conscious homeowner. ONDULINE sheets are mostly made from recycled materials, contributing to a more responsible and sustainable form of manufacturing. The working conditions of employees are also respected and are in full compliance with all the relevant ISO regulations.
Waterproofing is another key advantage. A waterproofing warranty means that you can be sure that your Onduline roof will never leak. Onduline uses the latest Sealsmart technology to create a highly effective waterproofing system that conforms to the European Norm EN534. ONDULINE wind resistant materials - capable of withstanding gusts of up to 225 km/h - are a sensible choice for many properties located in coastal or mountainous areas.
Improved thermal performance is a major benefit, helping to keep heat within the home rather than escaping through the roof. The unique properties of the corrugated material are actually conducive to improved airflow circulation, reducing the likelihood of damp and mould. You can look forward to lower heating bills and a cooler home in the summer months. If you live in a built-up area, you may also appreciate the acoustical protection offered by ONDULINE, effectively helping to reduce commonplace but irritating sounds such as traffic, aircraft, neighbours and rain. Although the roofing material only measures 3 mm, it has been found to comply with BS EN20354 when measured by an independent third party.