Commencement date: June 2018
Completion date: June 2018
Labour: Two operatives for one day
Scope of Works
Repair and respray damaged cladding
Method & Special Requirements
Prepare all scratches, dents and creases in cladding panels for filling.
Fill and apply primer to all affected areas.
Apply paint topcoat.
No special requirements
Remedial work needed for a panel repair & respray
After discussing the requirement with the client, our aim was to repair the damaged cladding panels and respray them so that all signs of damage were no longer visible.
Due to the height of the repairs work needed, we had to employ a scissor lift for our operatives to work off. This is standard practice for our team, and all of our operatives hold the necessary International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ & Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA) tickets to guarantee they have the necessary skills and training to work off this kind of machinery.
A high standard finish
Our operatives prepared all damaged areas by first protecting the cladding and signage that was out of scope. Specialist industrial filler was then used to fill the dents & scratches on the damaged panels.
As experts in repairing micro rib panels, the necessary time was taken to repair the damaged ribs with the care and precision needed. Then, once repairs were complete, a suitable primer and top coat was applied to complete the remedial works.
As you can see from the photos, the repair was completed to an extremely high standard, and met our client’s request to deliver a panel repair so that you would never know that they had been damaged.
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