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Refurbishment solutions for non-domestic dwellings

6 September 2010 No Comment

The publication of the new Colorcoat® technical paper, ‘Refurbishment solutions for non-domestic dwellings’ takes an in-depth look at the latest refurbishment solutions available to the industry.

It also offers practical guidance on the refurbishment solutions available for pre-finished steel cladding systems.

Refurb technical paper

Refurbishment makes economic as well as environmental sense

With increasing financial pressures and the move towards a low carbon economy, refurbishment makes economic as well as environmental sense.

Buildings account for almost half of all energy used globally and refurbishment offers the opportunity to make significant improvements to the air-tightness and thermal efficiency of the building envelope by re-sheeting it with pre-finished steel, for example. Refurbishment can reduce the overall carbon footprint of a building by up to 80 pc, which makes it a worthwhile solution for the planet as well as your pocket.

Reduce the overall carbon footprint of a building

The Corus Colorcoat® Technical Paper provides an overview of various refurbishment solutions and has been developed in conjunction with the SCI and Corus supply chain partners.

The paper provides guidance and advice on the comprehensive range of refurbishment solutions using pre-finished cladding available to enable designers and building owners to meet both the technical and aesthetic requirements of a refurbishment programme. 

Copies of the Colorcoat® Technical Paper: Refurbishment solutions for non-domestic buildings are available to download on our technical paper section on our website.

Alternatively email: colorocoat.connection@corusgroup.com or call 01244 892434 to request a copy.

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