Perforated Sheet Metal
Manufacturers of artistic, practical perforated sheet metal
Linear Architectural Systems is dedicated to keeping up with all the trends and latest developments in the industry. Across our diverse and varied range of products, you’ll find there is no exception when it comes to providing the highest standard. Our sheet metal fabrication services are a testament to the quality we provide. Whether you are a residential, commercial or civil client, we are well-equipped to cater to your specific needs. Contact us today for quality perforated sheet metal.
Application and use
Perforated sheet metal isn’t just for privacy and sun shielding. Thanks to advances in manufacturing, it’s now used as an artistic feature in modern constructions, allowing both individuals and organisations to express themselves creatively. Traditional circle patterns have been replaced by shapes of all forms. These can even come together to depict detailed images, logos or lettering.
Custom sheet metal fabrication
We manufacture a diverse range of creative and functionally designed perforated sheet metal products, on varying substrates. Furthermore, because we know your needs may not be exactly the same as another client, we offer custom sheet metal fabrication. No job is too big or too small for our team to complete to the highest standard. Our perforated metal screens and products are designed to suit virtually any interior or exterior application, and come in an exciting range of custom colours and finishes.
Other applications also include:
- Feature walls
- Privacy screens
- Sun screens
- Acoustic panels
- Security and safety screens
- Ceiling tiles
Why choose us
On a practical level, our perforated screens provide convenience and versatility. They offer privacy and a visual definition of space without the sacrifice of blocking airflow.
- Value for money
As experienced perforated sheet metal specialists, we keep our prices budget-friendly and fair so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank.
These products can also be a cost-effective way of reducing energy consumption for your building, by blocking heat and glare from transferring through glazed windows.