May15

Alumasc Assists with Abseiling Facelift at Centrium House

Posted by alumascgroup

Before Treatment

The Exchange Centrium House in Woking has been given a new lease of life thanks to specialist products from the Alumasc Facades range.

After a number of years, the north facing elevations of the building had accumulated dirt and algae caused by pollution and dirt gathering on the metal facade details at floor levels.

Alumasc were contacted to supply a solution to bring the building back to its original, pristine condition, utilising maintenance and refurbishment treatments.

A unique challenge of the clean-up operation was accessibility. This was overcome by Action Response Ltd, a specialist abseiling company, who applied the Alumasc products.

Application by Abseiler’s

Alumasc’s Anti-Fungicide Solution was used to treat the affected areas, followed by power washing and the application of a new coat of Alumasc’s high performance Silicone Paint.

To complete the refurbishment, Alumasc Facade Protector was applied to the newly painted render, shielding it from further attacks from pollutants and algae.

Speaking of the work carried out, Area Manager Joe Dawson said:

“It’s great to see Alumasc products restoring Centrium House and revitalising its appearance. Alumasc is best known for the design and development of thermally efficient insulated renders systems but it’s good to see our range of ancillary products being used to great effect and in such a unique way.”

The Completed Facade

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For more information on Alumasc Facade Systems, please visit www.alumascfacades.co.uk, call +44 (0) 3335 771 700 or email facades@alumasc-exteriors.co.uk

 

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