Pro-Sealant Solutions Ltd provides a Curtain Walling Sealing Service across Scotland.
The effects of wind on tall buildings is a well-known one and there are lots of ways to combat damage and wear from it. One example is to use curtain walling to protect the outside of the building, adding a lightweight layer that protects the building without needing to be suitable to handle structural jobs.
Curtain walls can help to deflect the wind and also stop rain and snow from accessing the structural areas of the building and even sneaking inside. That’s why it is popular on high rise and tall buildings which are particularly vulnerable to this kind of damage.
When looking at curtain walling, it is important that the waterproofing of the wall is considering. That’s why a curtain walling sealing service Scotland is an important part of the process. This sealing will use a silicone sealant to ensure components of the curtain wall are bonded together, are strong and waterproof. Once the wall is in place, regular maintenance once or twice a year is advisable to check the sealant is still in place and also to check the general condition of the curtain walls.
Many experts use aluminium for the frame and glass for the larger section of the wall with the sealant bonding the two. Maintenance may involve painting the aluminium as while it is resistant to rust and weathering, the paint used on it can be worn away by rain over time.
Pro-Sealant Solutions Ltd has worked across all of the main Scottish cities and towns, including: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness, Stirling, Livingston, Cumbernauld, East Kilbride, Dumfries and St Andrews.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.