Contour Casings has completed one of its largest, anti-climb bullnose fascia systems for an NHS mental health facility, with each fascia ‘barrel’ panel measuring a meter in diameter.
Designed to stop unauthorised access to the building’s roofing, the Eavesline roofline protection system is over 100 linear meters in length, and was completed in early Spring 2017.
The system features a bullnose design that provides a contemporary finish, whilst fulfilling the objective of providing an unscalable building roofline. The system can be completed with the addition of an integrated box gutted and downpipe.
Suitable for any new build or RMI projects, the Eavesline system features an internal, heavy-duty galvanized steel support bracket ensures a robust anti-climb solution.
All visible surfaces are coated in Polyester Powder, and are available in almost any RAL or BS colour specified, guaranteed up to 25 years.
Eavesline is designed to interface with Contour’s panel or plank soffit system and, as with its standard fascia, ventilation slots can be incorporated into the eaves system as required.
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