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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE; INSULATION


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Glendyne natural slates provide new roof


Cembrit Glendyne natural slates have been specified and installed on a unique renovation project for the Historic Kent landmark, St Alphege Church. Having worked with Cembrit many times in the past, the architect specified Glendyne natural slates. David


Gullick from Clague Architects comments: “We chose Glendyne for the project due to its consistency, aesthetic appearance and durability. The standard of these products, and the service that we received from Cembrit was second to none. The outcome of the roof is just what we desired.” Visit the website to watch a video on the project.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEe_5ew0p7o Bradite wins hands down for refurb


Tests involving a range of well-known leading paints convinced a firm of professional decorators that Bradite’s EW99 epoxy floor and wall coating was the correct choice for a challenging job in Leeds. A car park and walkways needed attention as part of a refurbishment contract at Concord Street Apartments. Builders merchants Brewers recommended that the Bradite product should be considered particularly


because of its adherence and quick drying properties, as well as its toughness. “We sampled four products and the Bradite’s performance was flawless,” says Gavin Shaw of Shaws Decorators, Wakefield.


01248 600315 www.bradite.com


Icynene


the spray-foam thermal blanket


A well-insulated building means a healthier, quieter and more energy eff icient environment with better comfort levels and lower heating bills. And nothing does a better job of insulation than Incynene – the first name in spray foam insulation.


Icynene expands 100-fold when applied, sealing all gaps, service holes and hard to reach spaces, completely eliminating cold bridging and helping reduce energy bills.


Listed building uses Earthborn silicate


Over 60 years, repairs to Grade II Listed Moreton House in Bideford, north Devon, had caused significant problems. Cement repairs, vinyl paints and a sprayed-on acrylic render coating resulted in damp building up, damaging the plaster and wood. In many places moisture was trapped behind the paint. Some of the external render was replaced with lime but the new owners did not want to use limewash as it needs a lot of coats and regular reapplication. Tey used Earthborn’s Silicate Masonry Paint system which is a durable, easy to use alternative to limewash and conventional masonry paints. It comprises a primer and paint, which form a chemical bond with the underlying mineral substrate to produce a very hard wearing, weather resistant barrier. It offers the same high levels of breathability as limewash but is easier to use and lasts up to 15 years. Useful for any porous mineral surface such as stone, brick, concrete, render or cob, Ecopro Silicate Masonry Paint gives a classic matt finish that will not yellow with time. It even helps prevent algae growth and mould. Te paint was used on the stone window sills as well as the walls. Earthborn's silicate masonry paint range has 24 colours. Bespoke colours can be developed through the nationwide network of Earthborn stockists.


info@earthbornpaints.co.uk www.earthbornpaints.co.uk


What’s more, its open cell structure lets the building breathe naturally.


Icynene. It’s the modern way to insulate buildings, old and new.


For for more information on the benefi ts of Icynene visit icynene.co.uk


CE Mark Approval


Certifi cate No 08/4598


ISO 9001 Accepted BAR-17-010-P-A-UK


ADF JULY 2019


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