Stormshield protects Yorkshire hospital wing from the elements

  • 24 Jun 2015

Completed seven years ago, the Hadfield Wing is one of the most recent additions to the hospital. The full front elevation of the building features a mix of rendered masonry and timber cladding which was in need of refreshing.

Stormshield was specified for the rendered masonry and timber cladding.

GML Maintenance and Refurbishment specified Johnstone’s Stormshield Self Cleaning Masonry paint to significantly reduce future maintenance cycles.

Formulated using ground breaking nanotechnology, it provides a smooth and dirt resisting finish to keep the building clean for longer whilst offering up to 15 years’ life expectancy.

First class finish

Johnstone’s Self Cleaning Masonry was applied in two complementing neutral shades along with Johnstone’s Classic Matt Woodstain in Antique Pine.

Its microporous finish is formulated to resist cracking, blistering and peeling and will help to preserve the building’s distinctive timber cladding.

Gary Lonnen of GML said: “Johnstone’s is a first class brand. There is a wide range of colours to choose from and the products have great coverage and leave a fantastic finish. The Hadfield Wing is a continuous project and I am sure that I will continue to use Johnstone’s products throughout.”

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