Mabati Rolling Mills  MRM Resincot Prices in Kenya

What Are Mabati Rolling Mills  MRM Resincot Prices in Kenya

Resincot is a brand of roofing material that is popular in Kenya. It is made by Mabati Rolling Mills and is known for its durability and resistance to corrosion.

The prices of Resincot in Kenya vary depending on the color and gauge of the roofing sheet. According to, the prices for Resincot 30G Maroon Smooth, Brick Red Smooth, and Charcoal Smooth are KES 580.00 per meter.

However, it is important to note that these prices may change over time due to factors such as inflation or changes in production costs.

If you are planning to install a new roof using Resincot sheets, you can use Mabati Rolling Mills’ newly-revamped roofing calculator for homes to estimate the cost of installation.

The calculator takes into account your roof’s basic measurements and slope to give you an accurate estimate of how much it will cost to install a new roof using Resincot sheets

Resincot is a distinctive brand that offers a 55% Aluminum-Zinc protective alloy coating on a carbon steel base that is pre-painted in controlled factory conditions.

This product promises durability and is available in over 16 different colors, making it the preferred choice for architects and designers who value class and aesthetics. Resincot features a five-year fade-free warranty, and its Aluminum-Zinc coated base provides an extremely long life.

Here are some features and benefits of Resincot:

  • The Aluminum-Zinc alloy offers extra corrosion resistance, lasting twice as long as ordinary color-coated roofing sheets.
  • The superior quality of paint-systems enables MRM to offer fade-free warranties ranging from 5 to 15 years.
  • Resincot is available in various colors to match a client’s style, with the option to customize.
  • Customized lengths can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements, reducing joints and minimizing the chance of leakage, resulting in more economy due to less wastage.
  • Matching accessories are available to provide a complete roofing solution in complete harmony with itself.
  • Purlin Spacings are dependent on both downward loading and negative suction loading caused by wind. It is advisable to consult an engineer to calculate the load (kN/m²) for a particular application.
  • Installation should involve laying each run of sheets from side to side before moving onto the next run. The same procedure applies to wall cladding.
  • The fixing procedure involves laying each run of sheets from side to side before moving onto the next run. This is also applicable to wall cladding.

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