Welcome to Precision Facades

Precision Facades are a through wall facades contractor specialising in lightweight steel framing, rainscreen cladding, EWI and render systems. We aim to support our clients from early design stages through to the supply and installation of various bespoke systems.

In addition, we offer support throughout the lifetime of the building with various maintenance and upgrade options. Our team has a wealth of experience and have already successfully delivered projects nationwide across various sectors with values ranging from £25K – £8m.

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Get in touch with us today and find out how we can deliver quality products at competitive rates whilst enhancing our brand for delivery of quality projects on time, to budget all in a safe manner.
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Services

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Steel Framing

We offer Steel Framing Systems or SFS which are a load bearing walling system and form part of our through wall offering.

Rainscreen Cladding

We provide a total rainscreen package, including insulation, ventilated cavity fire barriers with a variety of finishes including ACM, HPL, Aluminium, Stone and Timber.
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Insulated Render

Our specialist EWI teams are able to offer a range of render systems from different suppliers with both traditional and brick effect finishes.

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Fabric Improvements

We are able to offer upgrades and enhancements to rainscreen cladding systems, such as replacement of combustible materials or the introduction of cavity fire barriers.

Looking for a new challenge?

If you want to realise your potential and be part of a forward-thinking, fast-paced, customer-focused organisation, then Precision Facades is for you.
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Greenbank Student Village Project

” The workmanship has been of the highest standard and has instilled a        confidence in all stakeholders involved in the process, demonstrating that high quality workmanship and attention to detail does exist within our industry.”

David J Harding, Senior Contracts Manager | University of Liverpool

Projects