Alumasc VAEPLAN protects development

VAEPLAN membrane from Alumasc protects Wales development

  • 2 Jun 2017

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Alumasc VAEPLAN waterproofing membrane provides a long-lasting roofing solution at Oyster Wharf, Mumbles, a restaurant, retail and spa/gym development on the waterfront in Wales.

A full Alumasc warm roof system, with VAEPLAN’s durability qualities, makes it resistant to the Swansea Bay sea air.

Alumasc Primer was used on the area/deck space before Alumasc’s South Wales-based registered contractor, Span Roofing Contractors Ltd, installed the vapour barriers and PIR Insulation.

The VAEPLAN single ply membrane was then rolled over the insulation boards, flush with any upstands and mechanically fixed within the heat welded overlaps. Therefore, added strength was provided to the weld and resistance against higher wind loads was increased.

Alumasc Roofing
White House Works
Bold Road
St Helens

+44 (0)1744 648400

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