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Sarnafil

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To bring a 1940s concrete roof back into use for the National Museum of Science and Industry in Kensington, Sarnafil Roof Management stripped away a Second World War watch tower and existing mastic asphalt, before laying an adhered warm roof. This comprised a Lead Grey G410-12ELF fl eece-backed membrane, SarnTherm insulation, bitumen VCL and SarnaTred walkway tiles and rooflights.

FOCUS ENQUIRY NO. 909

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