Finish Architectural’s perforated metal provides high quality infill material for balconies, facades, balustrades and more - offering a long-lasting material, suitable for external and internal use.
Our perforated metal can be supplied for all building types, taking on projects of all sizes to provide you with a stylish finishing product.
Have the Final Say
Our perforated metal is custom manufactured for your specifications - meaning you have the final say on the look and performance of the product, with the Finish Architectural team offering support and design feasibility to aid this process.
Bespoke elements include:
- Panel size
- Hole size
- Hole shape
- Free area
- Margins and unperforated areas
- Any notching and bolt holes
- Finishing options
Finish Architectural offers a range of finishing applications, so that once you’ve decided on the fabrication of the metal, you can make certain the final appearance of the product is to taste. Not only does the finishing process ensure your product is in line with your architectural visions, but it contributes towards the durability of the product and its suitability to the environment, so having a number of finishes provides you with plenty of options.
Aided by State-of-the-Art Machinery
Our bespoke capabilities are aided by Finish Architectural’s state-of-the-art machinery, which allows our manufacturing team to efficiently and accurately meet unique project specifications.
CNC machinery enables us to perform lights-out manufacturing, so that we can fulfil orders on time and to standard, whilst reducing costs - true value engineering.
Privacy Screening and Natural Ventilation
Because of the versatility of our decorative perforated metal, it is suited to a number of applications. Whether looking to provide privacy screening or natural ventilation for your property, our perforated metal can be used in indoor and outdoor environments in commercial, public, and private buildings alike.
Our panels are also suitable for partial rainscreening.
Featured Case Study
Supporting the ongoing development of Canada Gardens, Wembley City in conjunction with Everglade Windows and John Sisk.