D&D Roof Insulations
Roof insulation materials
D&D Roof Insulations specialises in the supply of roof and ceiling insulation materials to the construction industry. Established in 1999.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
The overall focus of the Isowall Group is the manufacturing and installation of Isowall Sandwich Panels, as well as the manufacturing of Isolite expanded polystyrene (EPS) and expanded polypropylene (EPP) products. The markets served are varied and include insulation, packaging, food storage and distribution, agriculture, construction, automotive and many others. The Isowall Group is home to several companies with the main factory situated in Pretoria, and other facilities in Cape Town, East London and Tema, Ghana.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Isover South Africa is a division of the international Saint-Gobain group.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
Burmeister & Co (Pty)Ltd
Wholesale and retail distributors.
News & Product Highlights
today17 Aug 2017
verified_userBurmeister & Co (Pty)Ltd

Imison walling technology - an excellent alternative to masonry construction

Advantages of IMISON walling technology over conventional masonry include speed, superior strength, and quantifiable environmental benefits. It consists of Neopor or EPS, light gauge steel studs, and Fibrecote high density plaster.
today11 Sep 2018
verified_userIsowall Group

Composite insulating system offers flexibility in building applications

Isowall is a versatile, economical, aesthetic and weatherproof composite insulating system suitable for external wall and roof structures, or where precise controlled temperature conditions are required, for example in cold rooms and freezer stores.
today15 Aug 2013
verified_userIsover South Africa

Hydroboard EPS for buildings and civil engineering

Hydroboard is a moulded insulation board, ideal for applications where resistance to moisture and compression is required such as the insulation of surface beds, cavity insulation in masonry walls and as flat roof insulation above waterproofing (protected membrane).
today1 Jan 1970

While the impending changes to the South African national building standards are going to prescribe the energy-efficiency performance of new buildings, there are many existing buildings that will fall far short of the standards defined in the new legislation. How can developers and property owners improve the thermal performance of existing buildings without having to renovate or rebuild, in order to maintain them as competitive alternatives to new, energy-efficient structures?