In partnership with Eurocell, JMP brings you a comprehensive range of the highest quality PVC-U and PVC-UE window boards, cladding, fascias, soffits and rainwater systems.
Conventional building products require regular maintenance and eventual replacement in the upkeep of property. PVC-UE is clean, lightweight, flexible, versatile in application, and maintenance free.
Our systems are designed to eliminate costly and time-consuming repair work or "touch-ups", and yield a stylish finish that needs little, if anything, in terms of maintenance.
The extensive product range offers a wide variety of boards and profiles that will complement any structural design, and are available in a choice of white and brown. Many profiles are now also available in black, red, green and blue as well as three woodgrain shades.
Fascia boards come complete with matching corners, joiners and end caps, for the complete roofline system. Also available are a selection of accessories such as decorative moulding and finial to add the finishing touch to any property.
Ventilation is a specified building regulation in all roofline systems to minimise risk from trapped moist air. Freefoam now manufacture pre-vented solid soffit boards which provide the specified ventilation.
In addition to this, there are two standard types of ventilation systems on offer - continuous vent or disc vent. Both systems satisfy ventilation requirements, are maintenance free, and complement all roofline systems.
Freeflow Rainwater systems are manufactured to the following British Standards:-
BS4576: Part 1 1989 - Half round gutters and pipes of circular cross section manufactured in PVC-U.
BS EN 12200-1:2000 - Plastics rainwater systems for above ground external use manufactured in PVC-U.
BS EN 607: 1996 - Eaves gutters and fittings made of PVC-U definitions, requirements and
BS EN 1462: 1997 - Brackets for eaves gutters - requirements and testing.
Rainfall Intensity: rainfall intensity in the UK and Ireland varies with location, however, a maximum of 75mm per hour is usually taken when calculating the discharge requirements for gutter and downpipe systems.
Snow Loading: British Standard 6367 1983 sets out the design requirements for snow loading. In areas where heavy snowfalls can be expected support brackets should be fixed at a maximum of 800mm centres.