In response to a period of sustained growth, product development and team expansion, Alumasc has unveiled its new Waterproofing website with a host of new features to aid the specification process.
The new site has been designed with architects, specifiers and contractors in mind, offering extensive product and technical content, improved graphics, project gallery and a new-look homepage that includes smarter menu and in-page navigation for ease of use, ‘Featured Video’ and quick access to the Alumasc Waterproofing Blog.
Alumasc’s key product brands, Euroroof, Derbigum, Hydrotech, Firestone and ZinCo are represented under the new Alumasc Roofing Systems branding and feature on the website’s enhanced product pages which provide an overview of the ranges plus quick links to supporting documentation such as NBS Specifications, CAD Details, Reference Projects and Product Brochures and Datasheets.
The NBS Generator in particular has been expanded with over 60 detailed specification options, whilst the improved CAD library offers files in both PDF and DWG formats. For examples of products in-situ, there is an extensive Projects library complete with reference photography, case study profiles and links to relevant documentation.
Alumasc’s Warm Roof and Inverted Roof calculators have also been updated for the easy calculation of guideline U-Values with a choice of insulation options and a link is available to the new Alumasc Drainage Calculator software, enabling users to design a complete Waterproofing and Roof Drainage solution from a single source.
Andy Harper, Sales Director for Alumasc Waterproofing comments, “This extensive web development places Alumasc at the fore when it comes to online technical service provision, offering a comprehensive portal for anyone involved in the building design and specification process. Alumasc is renowned for its technical expertise and this significant investment in our web resources will further support and enhance the service we are able to offer our colleagues within the construction sector”.