This system focus concentrates on the third system in the Sharmans roof coating range, Delglaze. Delglaze follows on from their two other roof systems we have featured,Seamsil andDelcote.
Delglaze is the coating we use when carrying out roof refurbishments. The system is slightly different, as Delglaze is applied to the rooflights rather than to the clad sheets on the roof.
The rooflights on a building can be just as vulnerable as the metal cladding, and prone to the same type of damage, weathering and corrosion. After the building ages, the protection gel coat wears away. This can be due to a number of factors, but is mainly caused by weathering or poor implementation. These damages will leave the rooflights fragile, with cracks that will cause leaks and become open to dirt and residue build up. This will prevent natural light from entering the building, which defeats the whole purpose of rooflights.
Sharmans describe Delglaze as ‘a unique blend of polyurethane resins to produce a coating, which provides a tough durable finish with a degree of impact, erosion and weather resistant properties’. When the system is applied to the rooflights, it helps protect against weathering, cracking and peeling due to its exceptional high strength qualities. This premium protection is why we choose to use Delglaze within our rooflight repair and recoating service.
Here are the key features of Delglaze:
Primerless adhesion to most common building products, including concrete, glass, GRP and ceramic tiling.
Designed to recoat aged translucent roof light systems including GRP, PVC and polycarbonate.
Fast application without disruption to internal activities.
Durable and guaranteed for 10 years.
These features were very important contributing factors when looking for a rooflight coating, which is why we use Delglaze. The Sharmans coating systems allow us to produce high quality and lasting results of which we are well known for.