Building Innovation

Building Innovation unveils new website

  • 15 Aug 2018

Leading tapered insulation experts, Building Innovation, have launched a new website showcasing its extensive range of roofing systems, backed by its specialist design service.

Established in 2004, Building Innovation designs and supplies schemes for thousands of projects nationwide, including warm roofs, terraces, access ramps and car parks.

The company’s team of highly-trained experts tailors each system specification to the project’s unique requirements, whether it be enhanced thermal performance, outstanding acoustics or maximising cost efficiency.

New Website


The site – – is easy to navigate, allowing visitors to explore the company’s full range of roofing products and systems, inlcuding the hybrid ASPIRE and ACOUSTIC Solutions and the Inno range of PIR solutions.

Each product listing is accompanied by detailed technical information and a downloadable data sheet that covers the different design possibilities for the product.

The revised enquiry form also makes it easier than ever to submit a design request directly from the website, considering the roof area, desired U-value and the required fall.

In addition, an all-new Knowledge Base gives a clear overview of what to look for in a tapered system and what the current Building Regulation requirements are across the UK’s different regions.

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