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Alumasc Roofing Systems, the leading supplier of innovative, high performance waterproofing and green roof systems, has developed a free, CPD points-qualifying seminar about the refurbishment of flat roofs. Developed to raise awareness of the different issues associated with flat roof … 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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An initial discussion to understand your requirements is crucial to the success of the project/scheme. Obtaining information on historical defects and resident issues are also major factors. Stakeholder information regarding leaseholders and tenants can also be of great value. Understanding their … More >>

SURVEY The initial purpose of our survey is to establish the current condition of the existing waterproofing and substrates. Core samples are taken during the survey to provide factual and accurate information. Based on our findings we can establish whether the … More >>

Oct28

Alumasc heightens their technical support

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Neil Hodgson and Doug McAliece – London and Midlands Field Technicians Neil and Doug have over 30 years combined practical experience working for and alongside roofing contractors and product manufacturers. They will be ensuring that the correct processes are followed … More >>

Alumasc is committed to improving their internal and external operation and have adopted a new scheme – ‘investment in the future’.   Sam Clayden – South West Assistant Technical Manager Sam is new to the roofing industry and will be … More >>

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