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Service goes beyond project handover

Alumasc’s flat roofing solutions come with an impressive support package

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Alumasc’s Roofing Division says it is backing its unrivalled range of BBA certified flat roofing solutions with on-site and office-based technical support, application by fully trained Alumasc registered contractors along with extended warranties and a post-project handover package and support service.

The portfolio of this leading supplier of innovative, high performance waterproofing and green roof systems and rooftop accessories includes Derbigum and Euroroof flat roof membranes, Hydrotech hot-melt waterproofing, Euroroof Caltech cold-applied liquid roofing, Vaeplan single ply roofing systems, Blackdown green roofs and a full range of complementary accessories such as Sure-Foot Guardrail Edge Protection Systems.

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For more information and technical support visit www.alumascroofing.co.uk/ and www.roof-pro.co.uk/

 

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