New IKO polymeric website

IKO Polymeric launches new website for single ply roofing systems

  • 13 May 2016

IKO Polymeric has launched a new website for single ply roofing systems that offers details of the company’s latest projects, product information and technical advice.

The website has been developed to provide architects, specifiers, contractors and end-clients with support for projects using single ply roofing systems.

The site features a clean, easy to navigate layout, with product details and case studies accessible in just one click from the home page. Downloadable content includes product data sheets and design guides.

The website will also feature regular blogs covering hot topics in the roofing industry, including SuDs and technical advice on the common issues affecting contractors.

Based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, IKO Polymeric is the only UK-based PVC single ply manufacture and TPE single ply manufacturer in the world. 

Coney Green Business Park
Coney Green Road
Clay Cross
Chesterfield
S45 9HZ

[email protected]
01257 488000

Visit IKO Polymeric's website

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