by Garland UK

After an exceptionally harsh winter, Garland were approached by the university’s Estates Manager to find a solution to a leaking roof section causing disruption to lectures. A common issue we see with many types of standing seam metal roofing systems is water ingress through capillary action. This is typically caused by poor installation of the system and damage due to inadequate access for on-site maintenance. As the standing seam system in question was not fully supported, the panels were free to deflect under foot traffic which led to gaps allowing for water to enter the building

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