CorkSol, UK distributors of the revolutionary SprayCork coating, are making final preparations ahead of this year’s Futurebuild trade show.
Fit for use internally and externally, SprayCork has made waves in the green build and construction spaces over the past few years. Unlike anything else on the market, the SprayCork coating dramatically reduces heat loss through walls by up to 30%, all while helping to tackle common household problems such as damp, condensation and poor acoustics.
Visitors to the stand on Tuesday 9th March may recognise a familiar face, as the CorkSol team will be joined by TV personality Chris Frediani – best known for his work on DIY SOS. Over the years, Chris has become a huge fan of SprayCork and its credentials, regularly taking to social media to inspire fellow plasterers to discover the product and become approved applicators.
CorkSol have a dedicated and fully trained national network of applicators for domestic and commercial projects. The company have recently been appointed to manage and oversee the application of SprayCork and other plaster materials on the multi-phase refurbishment of Church House in London – which is the headquarters of the Church of England. On stand, CorkSol will showcase this prestigious case study and give insight into the next phases on one of the world’s largest cork applications.
An unrivalled solution for heritage buildings, SprayCork not only ticks the boxes when it comes to improving breathability, it is also a far more sustainable option to traditional render. Given the ever increasing pressure on architects and specifiers to deliver green alternatives, it will be of particular interest to show-goers.
Visit stand M64 at Futurebuild (7-9 March) to find out more
Joff Ward, Managing Director at CorkSol, comments:
‘We’ve had an incredible year since our last appearance at Futurebuild. We’re delighted to have significantly grown our applicator network and deliver some fantastic projects along the way, particularly Church House. We’re really looking forward to catching up with architects and specifiers and demonstrating exactly how effective SprayCork is for heritage projects. And given the widespread mould epidemic within UK rental properties, we are also keen to connect with housing associations to make inroads into curbing this problem for good.”