Commencement date: May 2019
Completion date: June 2019
Labour: Two operatives for seven days
Scope of Works
To complete repairs to cladding, doors and flashing drip sills
To respray and bespoke colour match building
Method & Special Requirements
Flashing and panel was severely damaged
Required specialist repair.
The project began with us repairing all damaged areas, the main areas that held damage was the flashing drip sills and the door area. This meant they were completed first also with it being a working building completing these areas was first on our list as we wanted to limit disruption to the building and business as much as possible making the door accessible again. To repair these areas we filled in the damaged parts and then went on to respray these specific areas as it would mean it was one section completed so began to limit the levels of disruption.
Respraying selected areas
To respray the essential areas and requested parts of the building we decided to colour match the original colour to a RAL chosen colour which was RAL 7015, this was because we believed it was best suited and the closest match meaning people would not spot these resprayed areas or be able to tell where the previous damage had been. The result we wanted and gave was no imperfections were visible, this left the client very happy with the work and the building looking like there was never anything wrong. The severely damaged flashing and panel that required specialist repair was not even recognisable anymore.
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