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ROOFING, CLADDING & INSULATION SHOWCASE


Kemper System takes centre stage at Greenwich Theatre


specialist, Kemper System, provided the ideal solution. Roofing contractors, Capitol Roofing Co


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Ltd of Blackheath in Greenwich, specified Kemperol 2K-PUR to refurbish the existing 500sq.m asphalt roof at the Greenwich Theatre, to stop water ingress into the four-storey building. Thanks to its solvent-free and odourless qualities, Kemperol 2K-PUR was an obvious choice for refurbishment works on the occupied building. In addition, its quick installation benefits meant Capital Roofing Co Ltd, were able to meet their tight project deadline, and the works on the theatre were completed in time for the start of the festive show season. Once Capital Roofing Co Ltd carried out


extensive repairs and cleaned the surface they primed the existing roof surface then applied


Grey is the new white!


There is an undeniable trend within the housebuilding market from white towards colour when choosing replacement windows, doors and roofline products. Grey is rapidly becoming the new white! At Freefoam we are seeing these market forces converting into sales and have seen a significant increase in orders for Anthracite Grey fascia and soffit during the last year. Architects, specifiers, builders and developers can now create a fully coordinated roofline for their clients by offering Freefoam’s new Anthracite Gutter. Introduced last year, the Anthracite Grey rainwater range is an exact match (RAL No.7016) to the already popular fascia and soffit products and coordinates with many popular shades of window frames and door finishes. With a 77mm depth and a 116mm width, the Deep gutter is designed to manage the increasing levels of rainfall that are being experienced throughout the UK. Available with the full range of matching fittings including Union Brackets, Running Outlets and Hoppers, and manufactured using co-extruded PVC-U, the Freefoam Freeflow range offers a long lasting, leak free, no fade, low maintenance solution all with a ten year guarantee.


01604 591110 www.freefoam.com  Kingspan adds premium touch


A stylish development in the heart of London is the latest project to benefit from the excellent thermal efficiency of products from the Kingspan Kooltherm range. The façade of the new buildings combine brick, concrete and glass, drawing inspiration from the original red-brick hospital buildings and the ‘white working buildings’ of the area north of Oxford street. Kingspan Kooltherm K15 Rainscreen


Board was used to insulated the rainscreen elements of the façade whilst Kingspan Kooltherm K12 Framing Board was installed between timber battens on masonry sections of the external walls.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk ArcHaus receives a facelift


The exterior of this iconic building was suffering with high levels of damage, including salt ingress and excessive cracking to the render and brickwork. Salt Inhibitor was used as a ‘masonry salt blocker’ and applied to the exposed brickwork. Large


areas of the render were repaired with Restoration Render and the deep section repairs were completed with Remmers Betofix R2, a fast curing, high strength concrete repair mortar. OS Concre Fill and Impregnation Primer were also applied prior to the application of the final protective coating system.


01293 594037 www.remmers.co.uk


hen the roof of a popular London theatre was no longer watertight, cold-applied liquid waterproofing


Because the Kemperol 2K-PUR system is


ideal for complex detailing, this meant a new, up-and-over staircase was able to be installed whilst still providing a seamless liquid water- proofing solution. A Kemperdur anti-slip walkway for safe maintenance traffic was added to complete the waterproofing works. The installation team at Capitol Roofing Co Ltd completed the refurbishment of the Greenwich Theatre roof on time, to budget and specification. Greenwich Theatre is a popular,


the Kemperol 2K-PUR resin in a single wet- on-wet process. The cold-applied resin was rolled onto the roof with a reinforcement fleece laid directly in to the wet resin, immediately followed by more resin to ensure complete saturation of the reinforcement fleece. Once cured, the resin formed a seamless, elastomeric waterproof membrane that cannot delaminate, is UV stable and bonds directly to the substrate.


local playhouse located in Croom's Hill, close to the centre of Greenwich in south- east London. The theatre first came to Greenwich at the beginning of the 19th century during the famous Eastertide Greenwich Fair at which the Richardson travelling theatre annually performed. Since then, it has seen the likes of Mia Farrow, Charles Dance and Susannah York perform.


019254 45532 www.kempersystem.co.uk


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