Prince Charles visited the Florence Institute in a snowy Liverpool last week and unveiled a plaque commemorating the reopening of the much loved “Florrie” community centre.
For 15 years this family property was home to a damp unusable basement. The property was prone to flooding especially during extreme weather locations. The family was looking for new space however couldn’t afford to move home.
The Restaurant chain Pizza East are pleased to announce they will be opening their third London Pizza East at the end of August on Highgate Road in Kentish Town.
During a recent inspection of a leaking commercial basement in Liverpool, one of our team came across a rather poor excuse for a basement waterproofing sump and pump system.
Properties at risk of flooding in parts of North Yorkshire have been provided with new Flood Protection. Waterproof boards have been fitted to the doorways of 44 homes in Kirby Mills and Kirkbymoorside, which last suffered from flash flooding in 2010.
Flood Consultant and Chairperson of the Flood Protection Association, Mary Dhonau, will be chairing a session at a one day conference being held at the Building Research establishment in Watford.
Last week Protectahome completed a small Waterproofing job in Royal Borough on a private residence. Our client sought to make best use of limited space in their Basement and wished to utilise and their under steps pavement vault as dry storage and a walk in wardrobe.
The famous Liverpool landmark The Florence Institute or the “Florrie” as its affectionately known locally, is set to reopen its doors in July 2012. During a recent special preview of the £6.4m restoration of the derelict Grade II* Listed Building...