About Core Cover Manufacturing

Affordable Innovative Durable

At Core Cover Manufacturing Incorporated we have the experience and knowledge necessary to satisfy your roofing needs. From conception through completion we work with clients, as partners to ensure total job satisfaction.

Core Cover Manufacturing Incorporated is owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Walker. We started in the business of imports and exports for the past 20 years. With this knowledge, we sourced durable materials and equipment hence able to offer Standing Seam roofs and Seamless Gutters at affordable prices. Core Cover Manufacturing Incorporated provides services throughout Barbados, St. Kitts, Grenada and other Caribbean islands.

Mr. Walker has been in construction over a decade. Along with his wife, they have built a team of professionals with expertise in Standing Seam roofing and gutters. Our staff, which has a collective total of over 40 years in the roofing industry, will provide you with roofing expertise tailored to your needs. Through pre-job planning and coordination, we will make the necessary adjustments to ensure our planned schedule goes smoothly, efficiently and on time.

Why Choose Core Cover Manufacturing?

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Reliability

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Affordability

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Durability

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Sleek and Modern Design

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Warranty on Workmanship

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Bat proof

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Affordable choice of colours for roofs and matching seamless guttering

Benefits

Attractive Product

  • Variety of colours (pre-painted) that stay looking new longer
  • Concealed clips. No piercing of metals, reducing chances of leaks and rust.
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Accuracy

Panels made on site to specifications

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Reliable Workmanship

  • Standing seam installation has high uplist wind speeds up to 160mph.
  • Warranty on workmanship
Your Home is your Castle-Crown it with Core Cover.

More Of What We Do

Re-roof or new construction, we provide a cost efficient and durable metal roofing solution (Standing Seam metal roofing)

What is standing seam?

Standing seam is a metal roofing system where the panels are installed vertically; the panels are attached to the purlins with clips, which are covered with another panel, then they are seamed together.

 

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Installation of panels at eave on fascia (face board)

Image: Layered view of eave, showing fascia and extended drip edge, and panel (which is bent on site by installer)

Fastening of Clip

Seaming of Panel

Use of Hemming Tool to Secure Panel at Eave

Panel Fastened to Valley

Installation of Valley

Image: Diagonally-cut panels are mounted on the surface of the valley.