The award-winning Bankroll House in Cheshire has been refurbished using Alumasc render systems.
Originally completed in 2008, the Georgian-inspired property was named the Daily Telegraph Best Traditional House in the UK in 2010. Owner David Edwards specified Alumasc after consulting Alumasc Registered Installer Bruce Day of Cheshire Façades following some initial problems with the original render system.
Alumasc’s MR Polymer Render System was chosen with a Silicone Render Finish to complement the building’s traditional aesthetic.
Installer Bruce Day commented that the system was specified due to the intricacies in the stonework, in addition to the balustrades and plinths in the garden, which required a robust and easy-to-install solution.
Both the MR Polymer Render System and Silicone Render Finish are BBA approved and fully warrantied. The systems are fully weather resistant, vapour permeable and less susceptible to cracking than traditional plain renders.
White House Works,
Phone: 01744 648400
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