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Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater Chosen for Refurbishment of 19th Century Former Vicarage

The refurbishment of this 19th century former vicarage on the banks of the Thames required the specification of carefully chosen materials to respect the character of the award-winning property in Isleworth. To meet the rainwater requirements, Brett Martin’s High Capacity Cascade Rainwater System was specified with the addition of Cascade cast iron effect Hoppers for added visual effect.

Cascade Chosen for Nine Home Development in Hampshire Conservation Area

The Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater System was specified for Crocks Farm - a nine home development in the village of Bentley conservation area. This part new build, part refurbishment required a cost-effective rainwater solution which offered the aesthetics of cast iron, to conserve and enhance the character of the area, whilst also offering the benefits of a plastic material.

Cascade Helps Transform Post-War Home in Bournemouth

The choice of materials was key to achieving the architectural appearance of this extended property in Bournemouth as the perfect rainwater solution, perfectly complementing the historical ‘arts and crafts’ aesthetics of the post-war home. Cascade is so close in detail to genuine cast iron rainwater that it was difficult to tell the difference even from close range and this combined with its exceptional performance prompted the architects to specify Cascade for this project.

Cascade Strikes a Balance Between Old and New at Hampton Grange Development in Bromley

Specifying a rainwater system at a development of luxury homes and for the conversion of a Grade II listed school into apartments required careful consideration to meet the aesthetic needs of the developer whilst respecting the character of the former listed school. Brett Martin’s Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater System met the challenge by offering a cost-effective, high capacity rainwater solution which had the look and feel of cast iron whilst providing the long-term benefits of plastic.

Lowena Kelys - Anthracite Grey Rainwater

Brett Martin’s Rainwater System in the new Anthracite Grey colour option was installed on four luxury homes in a new development near called Lowena Kelys, near St Agnes in Cornwall. The high specification homes, offering views of the Cornish coastline, required guttering to combine high capacity performance with a colour that matched both the windows and doors and the Deepstyle 115mm Gutter System and 68mm Round Downpipe in a gloss finish from Brett Martin’s Anthracite Grey range was able to satisfy the brief.

StormCrate is a Runaway Solution at Coventry Housing Development

For this new housing development in Coventry, surface water management was a key consideration to prevent any future flooding and Brett Martin’s StormCrates were used to create an underground attenuation tank for the temporary storage of stormwater which would reduce the demand on the built drainage. The development of 15 new homes was built on an area susceptible to flooding during periods of bad weather. 180 StormCrates were used to create a 54.5m³ underground storage tank, constructed in three layers at a depth of 2m beneath the entrance road, to offset stormwater run-off from the developed area.

StormCrates Provide Storm Water Management at Poplar Grove Development Site

To reduce the risk of flooding during times of excessive rainfall, the developer of 8 luxury homes on a site in Lower Pilsley, near Chesterfield, required a drainage solution that could be integrated within the site and found the solution in StormCrate, an engineered Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS). A total of 110 StormCrate modular units were used to create a 29m? underground storage tank capable of holding 29,000 litres of rainwater and this was wrapped in an impermeable geomembrane to create a sealed underground tank.

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