Roof Refurbishment – Salvation Army, Eastbourne

Close to the seafront in Eastbourne, the roof of the Salvation Army Citadel was in need of refurbishment due to water ingress and required a high performance and long term waterproofing solution. With the asphalt having reached the end of serviceable life on the Victorian building, Proteus Pro-System® was specified for its ease of application and ability to provide a seamless membrane, particularly in areas where there was awkward detailing.

Product brief:

Proteus Waterproofing was appointed to supply 300m2 of Proteus Pro-System® in light grey which could be applied by licensed contractor to four roof areas, offering the clients the most cost-effective and least disruptive solution.

Key Requirements: Health and Safety

As Proteus Pro-System® is cold installed, it meets all health and safety criteria to occupied buildings and minimises risk of fire. The low odour application allowed the Proteus licensed contractor to work safely and with minimal disruption to nearby residents and members of the public.

Key Requirements: Seamless waterproofing

With the project requiring a seamless membrane, Proteus Waterproofing worked in close partnership with the licensed contractor to successfully deliver the waterproofing application to a very high standard.

Key Requirements: Long term performance

Proteus Pro-System® waterproofing system offers 10, 15, 20 and 25 year durability options which are also available with independently provided insurance. For the Salvation Army refurbishment, Proteus Pro-System® was supplied with a 20-year life expectancy before its first major maintenance.

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