A Skyline Fascia and Soffit system along with Flushjoint Contemporary Rainwater downpipes from Alumasc have been installed on all the buildings at a major new housing site in Bromley, Kent. Langley Court is part of the Berkeley Homes Langley Waterside development, a large premier mixed residential project positioned by the River Beck and set in woodlands and lakes.

Skyline Fascia and Soffit Systems are engineered by Alumasc to the highest standard on a project by project basis, to suit the architectural requirements of the client. In the case of Langley Court, Alumasc took complete conceptual design responsibility from Berkeley Homes and were able to offer the Architect a selection of designs to choose from.

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The Skyline system is based on aluminium fascia profiles in a range of generic shapes and sizes.  The fascia profiles fully enclose the gutter and may  be projected direct from the elevation or combined with the soffit plank to give varying eaves overhangs.

Flushjoint gives a smooth, clean appearance and is easily fixed onto concealed brackets.  Available in a choice of contemporary and classic profiles to enhance any architectural style, Flushjoint is lightweight yet strong, resistant to corrosion and requires minimal maintenance.

Alumasc was specified for Langley Court because they were able to offer a design solution for both the waterproofing and eaves details. They were the only company to offer a combined roof and eaves solution.