Expanded metal for architectural and building cladding 

Our expanded metal mesh is widely used to create visually stunning and unusual facades across a number of buildings.

Available in a range of materials such as stainless steel, aluminium, and mild steel enables the product to deliver a different aesthetic and also have various finishing options applied to it – all enhancing its visual appeal and increasing its protection.

Our team creates expanded metal mesh in a range of standard architectural patterns but can also create bespoke shapes in accordance with your needs with our tooling.

On the outside of buildings metal mesh is used to deliver stunning effects using lighting and textures as well as having practical uses for allowing air flow and protection and security.

We work closely with architects, designers and developers to create solutions specific to their projects – applying our manufacturing capabilities and expert knowledge of expanded metal mesh we have the ability to shape the exteriors of buildings.

Over the years, we have been involved in producing metal mesh panels for a wide range of cladding applications on structures such as:

  • Well-known buildings like the Museum of Contemporary Art, New York and The Young Vic Theatre, London
  • Car parks
  • Plant screens
  • Balconies

Whether you’re new to using expanded metal mesh for your project or have used it in the past our samples service provides a great opportunity for you to get an idea of the look and feel of a particular mesh product and how it can be applied to your project.

You can view our expanded metal solutions for architectural / building cladding or if you’d like to know more contact our team on +44 (0)1429 867 388 or email sales@exmesh.co.uk.

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