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66 LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


Summer of sport sealed by Resiblock


As 60,000 made their way to and from Wembley Stadium, Resiblock were able to sit back and watch as the Resiblock ‘22’ and Resiblock ‘22’ A.F products navigated their


way through another strenuous test of large volumes of footfall traffic. The return of Wimbledon at The All-England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club also saw the return of fans, and the chance for Resiblock Resiecco to once more seal its position as a leading sealer for Sports Venue’s, especially at the recently sealed Gate 20 development. Resiblock’s range of commercial sealers has performed once more.


www.resiblock.com DeckProtect+ delivers total confidence


StructureCare occupies an unrivalled position in the car park services sector, providing clients with a genuine single source solution for waterproofing and wearing surface systems with the DeckProtect+ range. StructureCare continues to make significant investment in product


development, leading to its recent revision of the DeckProtect+ range; as detailed in the new technical brochure ‘Versatile & Innovative Deck Coating Systems for Car Park Structures’. DeckProtect+ delivers outstanding aesthetic qualities as well as excellent performance and durability from a comprehensive range of cold-applied systems.


www.structurecare.com


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ADF AUGUST 2021


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