Flat Roofing Solutions for Religious Buildings

Sika Liquid Plastics has been providing solutions for churches and other religious venues for over 50 years. We understand, the history, beautiful architecture and meaning behind these religious landmarks, and have worked with some of the UK’s finest religious establishments and churches, such as The Catholic Church of Theresa (Edinburgh) and St. Nicolas Church (Brighton).

 

Sika Liquid Plastics roofing systems are all cold applied reducing the risk of any potential fire hazard. Our systems also come with application support, design support and market leading guarantees.

 

One of the many problems that churches face is the theft of lead from their building. Sika Liquid Plastics has a solution to this problem, in the form of a lead replication. We offer our flagship products Decothane and Decothane Ultra in a slate grey colour, with the option to add profile batons, which provide the appearance of a real lead roof, without the risk of theft. These roofing aesthetics have been approved on grade 2 listed buildings on many occasions.

The points on the map above highlight a few project case studies and are not indicative of all works in this sector.

Case Studies

Church of St Anne, South Woodford

The church had recently benefited from a new extension to the rear, and an aesthetically pleasing green roof system was required to complete the project. The green roof was to be applied to a new build timber deck, and would also include roof lights and insulation.

 

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St. Nicholas Church, Brighton

The church had two asphalt roofs, which both received extensive concrete repairs and required new waterproof coatings. The new coating had to be applied whilst the church was in use, and would also need to be applied to both new concrete and old asphalt without any problems such as out gassing so that a tight programme schedule could be achieved.

 

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Garrison Church, Edinburgh

A range of structural surfaces required effective refurbishment at St. Margaret’s Garrison Church in Edinburgh, and Liquid Plastics products were chosen on the basis of the fact that the company could provide a complete renovation package - a roofing system, a wall coating and a masonry protector.

 

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1 Church of St Anne, South Woodford Case Studies English pdf 0.35 MB
Church of St Anne, South Woodford

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The church had recently benefited from a new extension to the rear, and an aesthetically pleasing green roof system was required to complete the project. The green roof was to be applied to a new build timber deck, and would also include roof lights and insulation.

Date: 4/13/17
LP Church of St Anne 15.pdf
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2 Garrison Church, Edinburgh Case Studies English pdf 0.28 MB
Garrison Church, Edinburgh

Short description

A range of structural surfaces required effective refurbishment at St. Margaret’s Garrison Church in Edinburgh, and Liquid Plastics products were chosen on the basis of the fact that the company could provide a complete renovation package - a roofing system, a wall coating and a masonry protector.

Date: 4/13/17
Garrison Church Edinburgh.pdf
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3 St Nicholas Church, Saltdean Vale, Brighton Case Studies English pdf 0.26 MB
St Nicholas Church, Saltdean Vale, Brighton

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he church had two asphalt roofs, which both received extensive concrete repairs and required new waterproof coatings. The new coating had to be applied whilst the church was in use, and would also need to be applied to both new concrete and old asphalt without any problems such as out gassing so that a tight programme schedule could be achieved.

Date: 4/13/17
LP Garrison Church Edinburgh.pdf
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