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Gleeson Homes 'Inspire' building - with its striking Ashjack curved roof, finished with the Ashzip standing-seam system - has attracted the attention of buyers in Crawley town centre. The Ashjack system was first developed in 1988 by Ash & Lacy. It was the first structural lightweight over-roof conversion system in the UK, developed to overcome the problems caused by the failure of flat roofing in the 1960s and '70s to shed water and maintain thermal insulation. Generally used for refurbishment, the needs of the design and the properties of the Ashjack system make Ash & Lacy the first choice for roofing.

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