Russell Court completed

Scaffolding has been dismantled and removed from the Russell Court in Kilmarnock.
Now all you can see how we improved the external face of this block!

System used: EWI with textured, silicone render by Alumasc Ltd.

And, once again, references we get from the Client’s Site Manager:

2017 05 - Commercial References - Keepmoat, Russell Court, Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock done!

Another day – another project completed!

We just done a 3 storey block in Kilmarnock with EWI system finished with silicone textured render.
System manufactured by Alumasc.

Just check out what references we received from our Client:

2017 05 - Commercial References - Keepmoat, Russell Court, Kilmarnock

Photos to be taken soon (due to scaffold dismantling).

Paisley done!

Our great teams of top class roughcasters and renderers just finished the contract in Paisley.

Pictures will be taken in few days, after scaffolds removal, but today we can show you a opinion we left on this building site:

2017 05 - Commercial References - Keepmoat, Paisley

Contracts in progress

After updates related to end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 it is a time to inform about our existing works.

  1. EWI to block in Kilmarnock – should be completed very soon.

    2. EWI to over 60 timber properties in South Lanarkshire – should be completed in next 2-3 months

    3. Overcoating / Roughcasting to over 60 properties in Renfrewshire – should be completed in 1-2 months.

    4. Reveals / Ingoes of windows at multistorey block in Glasgow – should be completed in this week.

    5. Phase 5 of roughcasting/overcoating in East Ayrshire – should start in next month.

All above seems to keep us extremely busy for next several months. Which is all we want of course! 🙂

Completion Stage at Cumnock

Another few blocks completed at East Ayrshire.
Scaffolding to be dismantle and remove from the street till end of this week.
Promises delivered. As usual (if you dealing with Edinhome 🙂 )

OVERCOATING ROUGHCAST

Hello Everyone!
Our commercial contract for overcoating in Western Scotland finally began!
600+ houses to be roughcasted so it looks like we will be quite busy with it 🙂
Works involved:
-hacking-off/dubbing out all the bosses areas
-adhesive and fibre glass mesh bedded into it
-overcoating dash receiver/render with dry dash/peeble dash finish
-white acrylic render to windows/doors reveals
-gray acrylic render to basecourse areas
-mastic pointing
-chimneys included
System supplier: Enewall Group

more pictures soon 🙂

Another Patching

One of another wee projects done.
Patching after conservatory removal.
Works as following:
-hacking off exisitng loose parts of covering
-primar and fungicidal liquid
-adhesive base coat
-fibreglass mesh
-scratch coat
-dash receiver
-aggregates
-cleaning
Quoted on Friday evening – completed on Monday, 10am. Nice and easy. 🙂

 

DRY DASH OVERCOAT

Another project completed.
Dry dash overcoat as following:
-proper preparation of exisitng surface (incluiding for hacking off and dubbing out all the “bosses” areas)
-fungicidal wash
-base adhesive coat with fibreglass mesh imbedded
-pvc fixings (4+ per 1m2)
-dry dash receiver
-aggregates chips
All windows/doors reveals roughcasted with internal beads and mastic sealants installed.
Simply: Exactly (or even better) as detailed in manufacturer’s (Enewall Limited) specifications.
Result: Another happy Client, great feedback and job supported with 5 years workmanship guarantee and 10 years manufacturer’s guarantee!

And small extra from the team: Wee wall’s rougcasting 🙂
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Overcoating

Yesterday we started our next project at Scottish Borders.
First of few houses that to be overcoated (new roughcast/peeble dash installed over the existing one).
And yes: we work even in so mixed and supprised weather like yesterday/now 🙂

Client decided to supply the materials and scaffolding to reduce the cost. It’s ok for us. We flexible (until quality of the products to be installed will comply with our top standards!)

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