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Housing body sees Dryseal benefits

Hull City Council, Trowbridge Housing, Bellway Homes, Trent & Dove Housing, Magenta Living…. and many more. These customers have one thing in common with Newark & Sherwood Homes whose properties use Dryseal on a range of flat roofs, bay tops and new build sheltered accommodation.

January 2016 saw a meeting with Newark & Sherwood Homes which resulted in Dryseal being specified for their re-roofing programme on flat roofs in the Edwinstowe, Boughton and Wellow areas of Nottinghamshire.

Work started in June 2016, with around 50 nr upgraded warm roofs now complete – well on the way to the anticipated 200 units which the contract should generate. Hambleside Danelaw have been working closely with contractors Malden Roofing and Cure Roofing, both of Sheffield, who have been working in tandem to provide a first class guaranteed result.

Dryseal Manager Andy Fell said “Dryseal is ideal for these types of roof – able to withstand some fairly heavy treatment whilst looking good and being easy to maintain. Housing Associations who are under pressure to cut costs after the 2015 Maximum Fair Rent rule changes continue to appreciate the long term ‘whole life’ cost benefits of the Dryseal flat roofing system. The peace of mind of our 20 year insured guarantee is the icing on the cake for the client. The system is only as good as the installer and these finished roofs by Malden and Cure Roofing are of a very high standard.”

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