Sika has a provided a versatile, hard wearing and easy to apply flooring system to the failing and deteriorating walkways at Providence Court, a Grade II listed block of residential flats in a conservation area of North London.
Forming part of the remedial works to the 5 storey residential building off Upper Street in Islington, the client required the works to be completed with the minimum of disruption to residents. Specialist contractor Bersche-Rolt were required to carry out repairs to concrete thresholds, walkways, spalling and cracking bricks and coping stones, as well as repairs to cast iron rainwater pipes. With its ability to be laid and trafficked in the same day the Sikafloor-405 and 415 Elastic Elastomeric walkway and balcony systems were the ideal solution for recoating the walkways.
Available in a range of colours to meet numerous aesthetic requirements, the system was specified in light grey. Following the renewal of walkway movement joints and thresholds and the application of a Sika Concrete Primer, Bersche-Rolt applied the Sikafloor system by rollers which is designed to provide an ultra-fast method of refurbishing balconies, walkways and pedestrian bridges.
The efficient application of the system proved ideal for this residential block. Suitable for both new build and refurbishment, the Sikafloor system features Moisture Triggered Chemistry (MTC) which means the curing of the system is unaffected by rain and offers an efficient way of creating the new walkway floor.
With many desirable characteristics, the Sikafloor system features hard wearing and slip resistant floor finishes, which ensure longevity, low maintenance and the minimal disruption during installation.
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