Klober

Former barracks gets Klober roof treatment

  • 29 Sep 2017

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As part of the development of the former Chelsea barracks, which includes the building of homes and shops, Klober have supplied some of its products.
 
Klober Trapac® Tile and Snow Guards were used as an easy-to-fit means of preventing tile fragments, snow or other debris from falling to the ground.
 
Suitable for installation with flat or profiled concrete interlocking tiles, support brackets are linked using grid connectors and need no support batten. 
 
Details of the development include building 448 homes on the 13 acre site, of which 123 so called ‘affordable’ homes are set for the first of six phases.
 
Also featuring in the plans are five acres of gardens and open spaces, a public sports centre, shops and a children’s playground.
 

Klober
Unit 6F
East Midlands Distribution Centre
Short Lane
Castle Donington
Derbyshire
DE74 2HA
UK

01332 813050

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