33789_33789_iamhr.jpg

Permo air underlay specified for church roof refurbishment

  • 3 Aug 2015

  • Share

The overall project was valued at £1.7m and has transformed the church into a revitalised centre for heritage and community. 

The underlay was specified to complete the church’s roof refurbishment

The present building dates back to 1120, though the choir vestry – where the Permo air underlay was installed – was added in the 1920s.

Two new entrances

Ptolemy Dean Architects – a practice specialising in the conservation of historic buildings – drew up plans which included opening up two entrances on the church’s north side.

The North-West porch had previously functioned as a boiler room, whilst the second entrance had not been used since the early 19th century.

Permo air is being used as an underlay on a growing number of conservation and restoration projects, in addition to new build housing.

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

Tel: 01332 813050

Visit Klober's website

Leave a Reply

More articles

GGF

The Window Company (Contracts) Ltd gaining Gold

The Window Company (Contracts) Ltd has become the first ever GGF Member to achieve a Gold rating in the GGF GLASS Charter Merit Scheme.

Posted in Articles, Awards, Building Associations & Institutes, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Glass, Glazing, Health & Safety, Posts

  • Share
IG Lintels

Creating building which are both functional and beautiful with IG Lintels

Steven Hall-Morgan, Technical Engineer at IG Lintels, talks about the challenges encountered whilst working on the Bourne Estate, a project in London’s city centre.

Posted in Articles, Bricks & Blocks, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Case Studies, Posts, Walls

  • Share
REHAU
GGF

GGF announce Slimline Glazing attain Bronze Level in GLASS Charter

The GGF has announce a newly joined Member of the Federation, Slimline Glazing Systems Ltd, has attained Bronze Level 2 in the GLASS Charter Merit Scheme.

Posted in Articles, Awards, Building Associations & Institutes, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Glass, Glazing, Posts

  • Share