Axter is a leading industrial player in the waterproofing of the building envelope and civil engineering markets. We offer a comprehensive range of flat roof reinforced bituminous membranes, fully adhered structural waterproofing, green roofs, rooflights, smoke and fire ventilation equipment, external wall insulation systems and complete roof and wall constructions for acoustic noise control.
- Ipswich, Stowmarket & Felixstowe
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Axter Limited is a dynamic team of waterproofing design and manufacturing specialists that share a passion for innovation. For more than 30 years curiosity has been driving us to deliver excellence to our customers and compelling us to reshape the future of roof waterproofing and sustainable roof design. Precision is at the heart of everything we do, it drives the decisions we make and the problems we solve. Reinforced Bitumen Membrane (RBM) flat and low slope roof waterproofing system technology is at the heart of our business.
A living roof, also known as a green roof, is an ideal way to contribute to delivery of sustainable architecture. A living roof provides environmental benefits, lowers urban air pollution, grants access to green space, improves general well-being, and reduces energy consumption of the building. Axter's living roof systems are engineered to accommodate the most varied ecological and environmental requirements. The combination of horticultural expertise with long term system performance ensures total compliance with all local, national and project specific environmental, biodiversity and attenuation criteria.
Durable, aesthetically versatile and lightweight, Axter's single ply systems offer fast installation, design flexibility and flame free installation without any need for hot works. The single ply membranes are made from flexible PVC-p (polyvinyl chloride) that offer strong resistance to tears and punctures and can withstand extreme weather conditions, whilst providing a cost effective solution to waterproofing all roof types. Single ply waterproofing systems are one of the most popular flat roofing materials and have been in use for over three decades.