Jul14

New Cork Literature from Alumasc

Posted by nicola perrins

Cork Panels being applied to the Aspire social housing refurbishment project in Satffordshire

Cork Panels being applied to the Aspire social housing refurbishment project in Staffordshire

As environmental issues continue to dictate modern building practice, Façade specialist Alumasc has reinforced its commitment to sustainable methods, with the release of its new Cork Literature.

Cork is the future of building with natural insulation and when combined with Alumasc high performance renders, all the benefits of insulated render systems are achieved with the added environmental impact of using a natural product. Cork is a sustainable, long life, renewable product with good sound proofing and is free from artificial inputs. As an insulant, it is ideal for saving energy and protecting the environment, whilst complementing modern building techniques.

The cork forest during harvest

The cork forest during harvest

The new Cork brochure presents the technical characteristics of Cork and fully explains Alumasc’s cultivation methods and the ecological processes involved in farming this valuable resource. Clear illustrations of system build-up, colour and texture swatches have also been included to assist with the specification process.

For more information, click here

To download the brochure, click here

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