Technical Services Manager for Swish Building Products discusses factors which can seriously affect the structural viability of roofline products.
Swish has developed a portfolio of products designed to cope with the wide range of rainfall conditions experienced in different areas of the country.
Alumasc has provided the new Banbridge Community Treatment & Care Centre in Northern Ireland with an effective long-term water-proofing solution.
The luxury apartments at Chelsea Bridge have specified Harmer Building Drainage, part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions.
Alumasc Water Management Solutions calls for a new construction industry campaign to lobby Government to take more action to prevent floods.
JDP has supplied HDPE pipes for a stormwater attenuation tank, to provide best practice SuDS and effective water management for a new housing development.
Swish’s Sustainable Rainwater products contain up to 84% recycled content – a combination of old windows and guttering systems – which can save up to 70% in CO2 output during the production process. YHN manages council houses on behalf of Newcastle City Council. The products are two-tone; the recycled material is grey and is co-extruded[…]
It was determined the roof required a waterproof coating after a series of leaks and water ingress problems. Decothane Ultra was chosen as a non-disruptive solution by Midlands Roofing Services, as the City Council requested that work be carried out while the building was in use. Decothane Ultra was used to minimise disruption in the[…]
Hand made oak fascias, soffits and window frames were fitted at the property created by self builders, Barrier and Jane Lane.
Work was carried out on the 9-storey Bison type properties under the Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP) and involved 3600m2 of Swisslab being installed combining mineral wool, phenolic insulation and Silkolitt silicone render and dry dash finish. The use of the EWI system has resulted in a U value of 0.24W/m2K and included materials being[…]