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The first phase of the development sees the delivery of housing and community facilities. Prioritising housing seeks to meet the current housing supply shortage in Cambridge. Alumasc Roofing Systems were specified throughout various roof areas by a joint venture with … More >>

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Making Roofs 'Cool'… Alumasc Derbibrite

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Alumasc Derbibrite membrane recently provided the perfect solution on a residential property in North London. The client requested an ecological solution to improve the thermal performance whilst increase solar reflectivity to help regulate the internal temperature of the building.   … More >>

The prestigious new Banbridge Community Treatment & Care Centre (CT&CC) in County Down, Northern Ireland, has an effective long-term water-proofing solution, after 2,500m2 of Alumasc’s Hydrotech waterproofing systems, covered by Alumasc’s Intensive Blackdown green roof and Derbigum, was installed on the … More >>

Alumasc’s Derbigum waterproofing membrane is the only high-performance bituminous roofing membrane with a 40-year durability statement from the BBA (British Board of Agrément). Whilst competitors’ durability statements are typically for 20 or 25 years, Alumasc’s Derbigum stands out for its … More >>

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Trevor Lang, Technical Manager – Roofing Division for Alumasc Exterior Building Products, explains how bituminous roofing membranes can help in the battle against global warming. Putting ecological roofing membranes on the market is good. Designing membranes that actively purify the … More >>

In order for you to plan your capital works programs effectively you will need to obtain stock condition information. This can only be kept updated accurately by carrying out field surveys. This is where our knowledge and expertise can assist … More >>

A ‘single source’ solution can be more beneficial and will benefit the customer as this provides a more efficient supply chain. The ‘single source’ solution also helps in reducing turnaround times and overall costs. Another major benefit is the guarantee … More >>

Both guarantees and warranties are legally binding contracts. This means there is no way a manufacturer could refuse to fix your problem if it falls within the terms and conditions of the agreement. Alumasc offers an unrivalled and comprehensive choice … More >>

To reduce both cost and disruption it is essential to select a system that will offer robust long-term performance. It’s also advisable to select a system that can adapt to future changes such as the introduction of new plant on … More >>

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The key to a roof refurbishment to an existing roof is to be able to offer a solution that caters for the needs of those that are currently working within the building. Approved and qualified contractors In order for the … More >>

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