John Sudron

Refurbishment of Chalet Cong Co Mayo

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Refurbishment of a chalet using Seamlap® & Scandic Rainwater system. Once part of the Estate of the nearby Ashford Castle on the shore of Lough Corrib.

The history of the original site can be dated back to the late 1800’s when the estate was once owned by Sir Arthur Guinness (Baron Ardilaun) where a chalet was originally built at the site.

The newly refurbished chalet has been re-constructed and refurbished using Seamlap® standing seam metal cold roof solution and complimented by our Scandic Rainwater system.

Seamlap® is a standing seam roof & cladding sheet which is quick and easy to install as the sheets click together to deliver an attractive visual finish with hidden fixings. Suitable for cold roof only for new build, refurbishment and extensions.

Seamlap® is available in Tata Steel Colorcoat Prisma® finish 0.7mm coated steel with 500mm pan width as standard available in Anthracite RAL 7016  or Slate grey RAL 7012.  

Tata Steel’s three layer Colorcoat Prisma® pre-finished steel, offers superior ultraviolet (UV) resistance and durability based on revolutionary three-layer technology that delivers greatly enhanced aesthetics with superior colour and gloss retention. The three-layer product provides added UV resistance and corrosion protection, exceeding the highest European standard requirements.