Retail Store Change Over

Cladding Coatings have commenced work on site in July. The building, formally a Homebase store and owned by retail giant Tesco will become a Sports Direct and Wickes store.

In preparation for the work we are in the process of carrying out an adhesion test. The purpose of testing is to ensure that we will be using the best primer suitable for the type of cladding material on this project.

Most of the cladding on the original Homebase store has already been renewed but the client has opted for repainting the sides and rear to keep refurbishment costs down.

The existing cladding on these areas is coated with a PVF2 finish which is very hard and smooth, hence why we are carrying out the adhesion test on this bull nose section which has been replaced.

Homebase Before RefurbishmentThe Process

Stage 1 dust down and abrade
Stage 2 clean with detergent degreaser
Stage 3 high pressure wash with rotating nozzle
Stage ‎4 apply PVDF primer to 1m2 sample section
Stage 5 apply diluted 15% Noxyde to 1m2 sample section
Allow to dry for at least 24hrs
Stage 7 apply neat Noxyde to both PVF2 and Diluted Noxyde primed areas
Stage 8 perform adhesion test the following week

Cladding Coatings Ltd

  • Address: Unit 2A, Gatehead Business Park, Delph New Road, Delph, Greater Manchester, OL3 5DE, UK
  • Phone: +44 (0)161 626 3493, +44 (0)7961 798 799
  • Email: info@claddingcoatings.co.uk

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