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A. Proctor Group supplies Profloor Levelling System – ST PAUL’S WAY – LONDON

A. Proctor Group recently supplied Profloor Levelling System

 

A. Proctor Group recently supplied Profloor Levelling System to Countryside Properties’ recent development of 300 flats at St Paul’s Way, London, E3.

Profloor Levelling System was developed in order that a level, finished floor could be laid on a cambered, stepped or uneven sub-floor.  The Levelling System is used on typical structural concrete floors where differences in level are too great for a finished floor.  The floor is levelled by inserting packers in each Levelling Base to adjust the level of the timber battens and thus create a level finished floor, wet trades being completely eliminated. Ideal for new build flats and conversions to flats where Impact and Airborne sound reduction is mandatory.

St Paul’s Way, London is a brand new development of contemporary 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Benefitting from excellent transport links into Central London, Bow Road, Mile End and Bromley by Bow underground stations are all within easy reach.

For further information on our Profloor Levelling System or any of the other product ranges, please visit www.proctorgroup.com

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