Alumasc Skyline transforms new homes in Jersey

Alumasc Skyline provides finishing touch for new Channel Island homes

  • 7 Jul 2017

  • Share

Alumasc Skyline Facia, Soffit & Copings, part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions, has provided the perfect finishing touch for four £2 million homes on the site of a former nursing home in Jersey.

The architects, Scott Smith of Godel Architects, worked with Jeff Russ, the contractor, and Precision Plastics, Alumasc’s Jersey stockists, to achieve the desired look.

The first part of the project involved roof clad overhands and producing a complex fascia/coping system. When the developer, Barry Noel, saw the quality and appearance of the installation, he asked the contractor to use Skyline for the balconies too.

Contractor Jeff Russ explains, “It’s easy to handle and its lightweight modular design means it’s easy to fit too. It’s maintenance free, durable and because it’s available in a wide range of colours and design options we know it will look great too.”

Skyline’s Ivan Colvil Technical Sales Manager adds: “Our extensive range and bespoke options means we can be flexible to the specific design requirements of any project, and our quick response to requests for bespoke solutions is an added bonus. Having a dedicated and longstanding distributor in Jersey is ideal too. They are a central point of contact for the supply of our products, liaising directly with specifiers and contractors to ensure their projects go as smoothly as possible.”

Alumasc Water Management Solutions
Station Road
Kettering
Northants
NN15 5JP
United Kingdom

Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401

Visit Alumasc Water Management Solutions website

Leave a Reply

More articles

GGFi

GGFi outlines its high value commercial products

The GGFi is aware clients in the construction and home improvements industry are ever more so looking for ways to protect their investments in large-scale projects.

Posted in Articles, Building Associations & Institutes, Building Industry News, Glass, Glazing, Posts

  • Share
Vent-Axia

Awareness of the poor IAQ risks on rise say Vent-Axia

Vent-Axia have reflected on how consumer awareness of the possible health impacts of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is rising nationwide, so says a recent survey by BEAMA – My Health My Home.

Posted in Air Conditioning, Articles, Building Industry News, Building Services, Health & Safety, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning - HVAC, Interiors, Posts, Research & Materials Testing

  • Share
Rhinox

Choosing the Right Excavator to Get the Job Done

Some top tips on helping make the right choice for choosing the machine to complete your excavating job in the shortest timeframe.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Landscaping, Plant, Equipment and Hire, Posts, Research & Materials Testing

  • Share
Reconomy

Reconomy launches 'industry-first' skip hire app

Reconomy is to revolutionise the sector with the launch of the waste-industry’s first smartphone app geared towards skip hire waste management.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Information Technology, Innovations & New Products, Posts, Site Preperation, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Waste Management & Recycling

  • Share