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Merchants Court in Newbury

In September 2015, Dryseal Approved Contractor Bondright Roofing Services of Henley on Thames were invited to tender for a refurbishment project underway by Ressance, who specialise in high quality housing development for modern living.

Bondright were keen to use the Dryseal system and Ressance proved to be receptive to the idea, as they had had a number of problems on projects where they had previously used pvc ‘single ply’ waterproofing.

Dryseal Manager Andy Fell said “A meeting with Nick Turner, Ressance Director of Design and David Creek, Project Manager proved to be successful in promoting the resilience of Dryseal along with the many industry accreditations which the system carries. The insured 20 year Guarantee also played a strong part in the presentation”.

Work commenced on the roofing installation on October 2015, with a high specification 0.13 W/m2 K U value being achieved using 150mm insulation over the existing woodwool decked structure. Despite some testing weather in October and November, Bondright rapidly achieved water tightness on both blocks totalling over 900 m2, and handover in early 2016.

Merchants Court is a short walk to a number of convenience stores, food outlets and Victoria Park, within walking distance of the town centre and transport hubs and just 600 metres from the Kennet and Avon Canal. Further details of the stylish development can be viewed on Ressance Website.

With everyone happy to have achieved a positive outcome on this prestigious project, we keenly look forward to working with Ressance again in the future.

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