Alumasc Provides Heritage Solution For Irish Churches

Posted by judy

Jan7

Alumasc Provides Heritage Solution For Irish Churches

Apex Heritage cast iron rainwater systems have been used on three historic churches in Ireland, showcasing Alumasc’s ability to meet the diverse challenges of sensitive heritage projects.

Situated in both the North and South of Ireland, these Roman Catholic churches required replacement cast iron rainwater products, but presented individual demands. Alumasc was able to provide the right system from standard stock, as well as creating bespoke items and replicating existing components.

For Nicker Church in County Limerick Alumasc provided 6×4 moulded cast iron gutter downpipes and holderbats for the refurbishment of the rainwater system.

An extensive range of Alumasc’s Apex Heritage painted and primed Cast Iron Rainwater is available ex-stock, offering the most well-used profiles in a range of 8 standard colour options with an unrivalled lead time of 3 days. A next day service is available for urgent projects.

At St Patrick’s Church, in Dungiven, Co Londonderry, Alumasc provided a special 8 inch half round gutter along with 17m of radius gutter, all fitted on special rafter brackets.

For Gothic Revival Catholic Church in Tramore, Co Waterford, parts of the original system were reproduced, by creating exact replicas from moulds made from the existing components. The made-to-order cast iron range is specifically designed to yield all of the benefits associated with the standard Apex range, satisfying all the style options for new buildings whilst addressing the challenges of exact replacement for refurbishment and restoration.

For further details on Alumasc’s rainwater systems, click here.

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