AAC WATERPROOFING LTD
Suppliers of: Waterproofing Contractors, Flat Roof Refurbishment, Roof Refurbishment, Bitumen /Polyurethane Waterproofing Membranes
AAC Waterproofing has been established since the 1970s and was one of the first UK companies to adopt and operate extensively with single-ply EPDM membranes.Since then we have developed a wide range of high quality waterproofing systems which offer our clients the very best solution.Our experienced in-house team can design, specify, quote and manage a range of projects from public sector, commercial and private buildings, cutting-edge architectural structures, cladding, tanking, lakes and ponds, to waterproofing for extreme environment situations.Our manufacturer approved workforce allows us to obtain fully backed warranties giving our clients complete piece of mind.
AAC Waterproofing Ltd provides a wide range of building solutions from full envelopes to smaller individual roofing projects.Our in house team can design, install, manage and provide future maintenance for all types of projects. Add this to our extensive list of suppliers and you are safe in the knowledge that we have a solution to meet your needs.
AAC Waterproofing specialise in roofing products handpicked for the commercial and industrial roofing sector. Our range of products enables us to provide our clients with the perfect building envelope solution.
AAC Waterproofing specialise in bespoke made to measure pond and lake liners for domestic and commercial use. Our in house 3D design and manufacturing facilities allow us to construct ponds of all shapes, sizes and depths including working around penetrations for water features.
AAC Waterproofing work with some of the industry’s leading specialists to provide the ideal green roof solution.
Whether you are looking to aid planning, add storm water management or just want an area of green, our in house specialists can provide advice on the system best suited to your requirements. Systems we work with are Sedum, Biodiverse, Wildflower, Modular and bespoke.
AAC Waterproofing provide tanking and waterproofing solutions for foundations and building structures.
AAC Waterproofing has a range of envelope systems for the commercial and industrial sector. Our range of products enables us to provide our clients with the perfect building envelope solution.
Our aim is to provide excellent support and technical data to our clients and specifiers. Working as part of the whole project team, AAC specialists are available to discuss all aspects of projects, from design through to the installation and project completion.
A range of technical specification sheets, giving essential data on Prelasti material, its use and performance, are available on request. Our in-house specifier will also prepare bespoke individual specifications on receipt of a J42. This will provide you with the assurance that each element of the project complies with building regulations and client requirements.
These files are provided by the manufacturer. While Building Products Index takes every care to ensure the information is correct and up to date, we cannot be held liable for any out of date or incorrect information in them. Please check with the supplier before specifying or purchasing products.
AAC’s Prelasti EPDM was chosen for Tate St. Ives Project
Tate St. Ives Project
We were absolutely delighted to be asked to work on the prestigious Tate St Ives Project, involving the refurbishment and extension of the Cornish attraction.
The London-based architects behind the project chose AAC to supply the waterproofing system to the skylights of the brand new art gallery and exhibition space. AAC’s Prelasti EPDM was chosen for its 20-year guarantee and 50-year lifespan, light weight, durability, and its BREEAM A+ environmental rating.
On the very edge of the ocean, overlooking Porthmeor Beach, Tate St Ives was built on the site of a former gasworks in the heart of the town’s traditional fishing community. With stunning coastline views, it is very much a home from home for our Anglesey team who are currently working on site.
The vision behind the new Tate St Ives project was to transform existing spaces and create new areas for displaying more artwork, allowing visitors to engage more deeply with art, and also to create a new gallery to accommodate larger scale artworks and installations and give visitors a more relaxing and social visit.
AAC's robust waterproofing system
AAC's robust waterproofing system is not only a great and green solution for exposed environments, it can also be used as part of high quality design.
That is exactly what architect Simon Conder did with the conversion of Gelon Hanna House - a 1930s fisherman hut in Dungeness, Kent.
The plywood framed building was stripped back and used for all internal finishes including walls, floors, ceilings, doors and joinery. The external walls and roof were cladded in black rubber - the first insulation of its kind in the UK and, as Conder himself puts it "a technically more sophisticated version of the layers of felt and tar that are found on many of the existing buildings".
He added: "Internally priority has been given to maximising the living areas and the house only has one small bedroom. Visitors are accommodated in a 1954 Airstream caravan which is parked next to the house, the silver of the aluminium caravan providing a striking visual contrast to the black rubber."
We were delighted to be part of this innovative project and to be able to offer our unique product, vast experience and specialist skills to create what is a very striking property. Gelon Hanna House still stands proud on the Dungeness headland, and has been withstanding challenging weather conditions for 15 years.