March 22 2022
March 22 2022
DryGuard can be fitted in any weather conditions, and because it offers protection from rain it doesn’t get water damaged like standard plywood. Its water-repelling treatment slows the absorption of water, reducing drying time and delays with build. It also doesn’t need to be covered which avoids the need for false roofs, cutting down on labour and reducing material costs.
Dan Tarbox, project manager for Montrose Group said,
James Pickford, UK Purchasing Director at Premier Forest Products said, “There is a real need for water-repelling plywood in the UK, and we stock Paged’s DryGuard for its durability and superior mechanical qualities. A lot of research went into developing DryGuard, so it’s great to receive such positive feedback from customers using the product in challenging conditions. When put to the test by Dan and his team, it passed with flying colours.
“Because DryGuard repels water, it retains its structural integrity and doesn’t warp, so the risk of remedial work is reduced, again saving contractors time, money and effort.”
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