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Landmark specification for Marmox Multiboard

An iconic residential development by Barratt London is including the use of Marmox Multiboard for its outstanding physical performance with two walls around the 20 metre swimming pool being lined with the moisture resistant backing board.

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Landmark Place stands alongside the Tower of London, offering purchasers of the 165 luxury apartments and penthouses with stunning views of the Thames, Tower Bridge and the Southbank.

The ground floor pool and spa was fitted out by a specialist sub-contractor consuming close to 100 of the 2500 x 600mm Multiboards for the work, as well as six boxes of dowels to secure them and 30 rolls of Marmox Jointing Tape.

All of the materials are being supplied through a local branch of Jewson Builders Merchants Marmox Multiboards are manufactured from extruded polystyrene or XPS and offer a range of positive physical characteristics, including good thermal insulation, in addition to being fully waterproof.

They are both light to handle and easy to cut, while still being able to sustain substantial loadings if required, including as part of a floor build-up.

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