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Roofing firm TaperedPlus set for record turnover after strong demand

A flat roofing firm helping keep Formula One star Lewis Hamilton behind the wheel is predicting further growth after accelerating demand left it on the brink of record financial success.

TaperedPlus expects to smash the £9 million turnover mark.

The Stockton-headquartered business’ progress has been aided by increased clamour for insulation amid spiralling energy costs.

And bosses say they expect the company – which previously worked with seven-time world champion Hamilton’s Mercedes team on a development hub – to more than maintain its growth, thanks to Government changes around hotel, hostel and boarding house laws.

Aman Chahal, chief executive, said: “Our tremendous achievement is due to the hard work of our team in securing new business, and in continuing to strengthen the relationships we have with long-standing clients.

“And we have an ambitious strategy in place to continue to expand in response to changes in legislation, which will increase demand for our services.

“The Grenfell Tower disaster has provided added urgency for the industry and regulators to improve fire compliance standards going forward, which includes retrofitting legacy roofing structures.

“In addition, in response to the current energy crisis and the race to meet net-zero targets, there is renewed interest in using insulation systems that improve thermal performance, thereby reducing heating costs as well as carbon emissions.”

Founded in 2014 by Aman and Rob Vass, the business counts Bristol Airport and Canterbury Christ Church University as other notable names in its order book.