Cut Edge Corrosion Roof Treatment | Storage Unit
Target Storage, Rackheath
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CUT EDGE CORROSION ROOF TREATMENTS
Target storage contacted us after their large industrial unit started to look dated and the roof had started to leak. During the free on-site survey, we discovered that the roof was leaking due to the onset of cut edge corrosion on the roof sheets. Our recommendation was to carry out cut edge corrosion roof treatments – a programme of repair combined with an industrial roof coating. This would not only stop the leaks, but significantly extend the lifespan of the building.
HOW TO TREAT CUT EDGE CORROSION
We began by pressure washing all the surfaces, then removing any loose paint and corrosion by hand grinding. Any gaps were then filled with a gun-applied sealant. Finally, to complete the cut edge corrosion roof treatments, we applied an industrial roof coating.
To update the look and feel of the building, we worked closely with the owner to match a colour of his choice, and then spray applied a cladding coating over the entire building. All the work was carried out over a two-week period; all the time working around customers to ensure minimal disruption to the business.
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What our customers say…
Very pleased with the initial attendance by Dan Ruegg to discuss the project ahead of tendering. Response to queries and resolution of resolving a few issues was very positive. The site team were very polite and professional, would definitely use again.
We are so grateful to Cladspray for donating their services, entirely for free!
The Cost of Living crisis has meant so many more people are in need of our support. But before Winter, our charity hub in West Norwich, the Baseline Centre, was worn and uninviting and many local people simply wouldn’t have known what services were on offer there.
Now, thanks to the renovations made possible by Cladspray and a number of local grants, the Centre has been totally transformed. It is warm, welcoming and has new spaces for support work, groups, training, community meals and so on, and it is already a thriving hub of community activity!