Inspired by eight of the most distinctive architectural and design styles to influence British interiors during the last 500 years, Crown Trade’s Historic Colours Collection charts the major design movements of Palladian and Neo-Classical, Regency, Arts & Crafts, Gothic Revival, Victorian Eclectic, Art Deco and post-war ‘50’s Sketchbook.’
Within each of these eight palettes, a number of shades are available under the Crown Trade Timonox Flame Retardant (http://www.crowntrade.co.uk/
Over many years, a build-up of multiple layers of conventional paint over any surface can become a significant fire risk, particularly in corridors, stairwells and other areas forming part of a fire escape route.
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“This means that specifiers can depend on our colour expertise and have complete confidence in the authenticity and accuracy of these historical colour palettes, while at the same time benefitting from the very latest advances in coating technology.”
Depending on the nature of the renovation project, property owners or managers wishing to specify the application of Timonox systems can contact Crown Trade, who will make an assessment of the age and condition of the existing painted surfaces.
They may want to take a sample of the existing paint covering away for analysis, as this will show what coating system needs to be applied to offer the optimum protection.
Crown Trade Timonox is featured in Crown Trade’s Right Paint For The Job video, available to view at http://www.youtube.com/
For more details please contact the Crown Trade specification Team by calling 0845 034 1464, email email@example.com or visit the website at http://www.crowntrade.co.uk
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Press release written by Jane Shepherd, Shepherd PR Limited, 01538 308685 mobile 07985 129315