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26 BUILDING PRODUCTS; DOORS & WINDOWS


Get Smart, Get SmartBoard!


Visqueen provides Radon protection


// Screw fixed like timber decking* // Low risk of slip surface // 90% recycled // Easy to maintain with 25 year residential warranty // Smart vertical edge finish possible – just like real wood


// Natural matt wood look – three on-trend colours available


08000 358 588 SmartBoard-decking.co.uk


The development of a local community centre and all-weather football pitches at Mossedge Village, in Linwood, Scotland has welcomed the donation of Visqueen Radon Membrane from the company in conjunction with Grayson Building Products. Visqueen Radon Membrane is manufactured from an enhanced blend of polymer films that is suitable for use in the protection of buildings from the ingress of radon gas and also acts as a damp proof membrane. Kirsty Flannigan, Community Project Manager for Linwood Community Action Development Trust said: “We are delighted with the support we have received from businesses to help in the construction of our new community centre. Donations from companies such as Visqueen are essential to the success of the project and will ensure that we can create a building that is a real asset for our community.” “Supporting community projects is a fundamental part of Visqueen’s ethos’, said Laura Beveridge, Contract Support Manager.


0333 202 6800 www.visqueenbuilding.co.uk


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