Our range of roofing and glazing solutions in polycarbonate and PVC are easy to handle and install with no specialist tools required making them the ideal solution for home improvement projects around the house and garden.
Choose from a wide range of products suitable for DIYer's planning simple projects such as greenhouse glazing replacement, shed windows and gazebos to tradesmen undertaking more complex projects such as carports, sun canopies and conservatories.
The full range of Marlon polycarbonate and Marvec PVC for DIY projects can be cut and installed with standard DIY tools making it ideal for those projects around the home.
With a full range of fully compatible installation accessories available we provide the complete DIY roofing and glazing solution.
We are a global player supplying specialist plastic roofing, glazing and cladding products for the DIY sector for over sixty years
We are a global supplier exporting our plastic sheets to distributors and customers in more than 70 countries worldwide
We're reducing our carbon footprint with renewable energy sources and reusing 94% of post-production waste
Our products have been designed for quick and easy installation
Plastics for DIY Projects
- Light in weight
- Easy to handle and install
- No specialist tools required
- Wide range of options to suit application and budget
- Full range of installation accessories available
- Impact strength
- Fire performance
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This project won 1st place in the House & Home category of the iAwards 2021.View case study
Clear 10mm Twinwall Marlon ST was used to glaze the roof of this garden bar in the UK.View case study
Bronze Marlon Clickloc 16mm 7wall easy fit roofing panels were used to create this sun canopy in Cape Town.View case study
Marlon FSX was used to fabricate a cover for this outdoor swimming pool.View case study