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New Building Regulations increase Dryseal demand….

February 2015 saw the third Dryseal training course completed at P Q Fibreglassing’s premises in Co Longford. This reflects the sustained demand across Ireland from contractors wanting to have access to the growing Dryseal brand.

Our new Irish contractors are impressed with the quality of support and technical back-up provided by Hambleside Danelaw, unlike many ‘wet lay’ GRP system manufacturers. They believe that the pre-cured Dryseal system, complete with a 20 year ‘leak free’ guarantee, BBA certification and full technical support, offers a much better proposition for customer and installer alike.

John Godley, Technical Manager, said that “All five of the newly trained companies achieved a very high quality standard and I was delighted to learn that Kevin McGowran of K M Builders started a 100 m2 Dryseal job two days after the training course”. Leo Collins Construction also have work to start, with site assistance and supervision provided by Dryseal’s Approved Distributor for Ireland, PQ Fibreglassing.

PQ Fibreglassing’s Managing Director, Phil Boardman said: “we welcome Neil Sheridan from Co. Monaghan, Leo Collins of Newry, Regan Roofing and K M Builders from Dublin. Lastly, Wexford Timber Frame Homes, seeking a top quality roofing system to complement their high standard of timber frame product.”

Andy Fell, Dryseal Manager said: “we are pleased to now be able to offer the Dryseal system across Ireland via one of twelve Approved Contractors. We’re delighted at the continued high level of interest in Dryseal and fully expect demand to continue to grow as it has done over the last two years, especially in view of the 2014 stringently enforced Building Regulation changes”.

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