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The Expanded Metal Company’s mesh products are available in a wide variety of materials, colours, patterns, finishes and textures – and can be used by designers to create stunning effects, which enhance a building’s interior and draw attention to particular features.
Expanded metal mesh provides a controllable contour for surfaces including ceilings, cladding, facades, screens and columns, and because the material enables the control of light and air movement, it offers functionality as well as aesthetic advantages.
Interior designers can use expanded metal mesh to create decorative features, internal wall displays and panels, screens, shelves, balustrades, walkways, staircases, gantries, ramps and many other features.
We work with interior designers to create bespoke solutions for their projects and offer finishing solutions including polyester powder coating, galvanizing and anodising, and a range of fabrication services.
Interior designers can also purchase expanded metal directly from our website and order samples to enable them to get an idea of the look and feel of a particular mesh product.
Our product ranges include:
Our expanded metal mesh is widely used to create visually stunning and unusual facades for building interiors. View the range here.
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Raised stainless steel, raised steel and raised aluminium meshes can all be used to create ceiling panels and ceiling tiles. View the ceiling tile range here.
Walkways and staircases
Our walkway meshes provide superb grip underfoot and offer a highly effective solution for walkways and stair treads. The aesthetic qualities of expanded metal – when the material is used as a walkway or staircase – can be drawn on to create attractive interior features. View the range here.
Ramps for disabled access requirements and other applications can be constructed using expanded metal. View the range here.
The aesthetic appeal and flexibility of our metal mesh products mean that they are often used to create balustrades. View our meshes for balustrades here.
During a fit-out, you may also need to make security considerations, to this end our ExMesh™ security range Securilath™ can be used as a discreet method of delaying intruders from creating an aperture large enough to gain entry to a premise. Securilath™ can be installed at the time of construction into internal or external walls (solid or stud), ceilings and roofs, or can be retrofit whilst refurbishment is carried out. Check out the Securilath™ range here.