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High performance torch-on system gives peace of mind

Bailey’s System 17000 waterproofing has a life expectancy of more than 40 years

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Bailey Total Building Envelope’s System 17000 is a bitumen felt torch-on waterproofing system with a proven track record, and is best suited to projects where the highest performance is required – while remaining commercially viable.

With Bailey’s commitment to innovation, System 17000 has been continually vigorously tested and refined using the latest technologies, ensuring the highest quality waterproofing. Resistant to UV light and BBA certified, System 17000 has a life expectancy in excess of 40 years. Provided with a Bailey one-point 25 to 30 year guarantee, this gives the client ultimate peace of mind.

System 17000 comes with a range of underlays depending on your project requirements. Torch-on systems have a strong track record, however some clients may still be worried exposing their roof to naked flames. Bailey’s thermal adhesive underlay removes the danger of any direct naked flame, making it perfect for sensitive environments such as schools and hospitals, as well as reducing installation time and increasing safety.

Experienced and trained with torch-on products, Bailey staff work with either the subcontractor, main contractor or building owner to ensure that the correct specification is written.

The company’s roofing knowledge is backed up with unrivalled technical support for the specifier, and more than 40 years’ experience in the construction industry. Bailey’s expert team is on hand at every stage, from initial survey and specification to installation and beyond.

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For more information and technical support visit www.bailey-uk.com

 

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