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62 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Curved Marmox Multiboards facilitate cylindrical facade for Kent property


The developer building a private property in the town of Westerham, has made full use of the flexible version from the Marmox Multiboard range in creating a two storey, drum-shaped elevation that is being finished using a proprietary render system. THS Homes Ltd. is building the £1.4 million three-bedroom, timber-framed home on a site where a previous dwelling has been demolished. Parker Building Supplies – a major stockist of Marmox products for wet rooms and other applications – supplied 50 of the 20 mm thick, 1250 x 600 mm boards to THS, whose own workforce fixed them over timber uprights at 300 mm centres, with a Tyvek membrane covering the main structural frame. The Site Manager for THS Homes, Tom Ellison, commented: “For the front elevation where we needed to create the quite tightly curved, rendered wall, we approached Parker Building Supplies as our main merchant. They basically advised us that Multiboard Curved was the only insulation board available which would bend to this sort of radius and offer a suitable substrate for the application of a Weber render system. The boards were easy to cut and fit and have proved ideal for the application.”


01634 835290 www.marmox.co.uk Colour me (any shade other than grey)


Dare you venture beyond the grey? That is the challenge being thrown out by Gilberts Blackpool, in a bid to brighten British buildingscapes, particularly where large banks of louvres are involved. The company – Britain’s leading independent manufacturer of internal and external ventilation components- has invested almost £0.5m in state-of-the-art powder coating line that quadruples its colouration capacity, and can apply to any BS or RAL colour. “Look across any urban or built-up aspect, and almost all you see is grey,” observes Ian Rogers, Gilberts Sales Director. “Grey clouds, grey concrete, grey aluminium windows, louvres. We have all the colours of the rainbow to choose from. It would brighten everyone’s day if they looked around and saw more colour.” Gilberts’ entire range of architectural and external standard, high performance and acoustic louvres for façades, windows, plant screening and roof penthouses can all be appropriately powder coated in weather-resistant polyester paint, PVF finished or anodised. Adds Ian Rogers: “We love to rise to the challenge: who will be inspired, pick up the gauntlet and specify an impressive bank of louvres in a colour other than grey?”


01253 766911 www.gilbertsblackpool.com/architectural-and-external-louvres


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