The Profloor Levelling System from the A. Proctor Group has been supplied to contractors Andrew Towns Wadey Builders to assist with the conversion of a Grade II listed building in Reigate.
The Linden Court development will be converted into 38 residential flats designed by PRP Architects.
As part of its ongoing transformation, the former office space required a floating floor acoustic treatment to the existing out of level floors. The Profloor Levelling System has been specified as the ideal solution.
The system has been developed to allow a level finished floor to be installed over a cambered, stepped or uneven sub-floor. It is most commonly used on structural concrete floors where the differences in level are too great.
To level the floor, packers are inserted in each levelling base to adjust the level of the timber battens and create a level finished floor, without the need for wet trades in the process.
The system has been designed to be easy to install and meet the performance requirements of the current Building Regulations.
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