Mastic Asphalt

Mastic Asphalt

Howard Evans Roofing & Cladding are specialists in the installation of mastic asphalt.

Mastic asphalt is the ultimate in protection for a wide range of construction applications. It offers total waterproofing integrity for roofing and tanking, acts as a touch working surface and damp-proof membrane in flowing and is ideal for paving offering a durable wearing surface.

Mastic asphalt has kept pace with today’s technology. Its advanced polymer makes it the perfect choice for any roofing application.
One of the key advantages of mastic asphalt is that it can be laid at speed.

Alongside its deserved market reputation, mastic asphalt offers superb value owing to its longevity and ease of installation, Highly suitable for car park applications, it can withstand the heavy passage of vehicles that car park applications require and has high standards of skid resistance.

Howard Evans Roofing & Cladding are proud to be members of The Mastic Asphalt Council.

The Mastic Asphalt Council is the trade association for the UK mastic asphalt industry.

Top quality products, design and workmanship are fundamental to the Mastic Asphalt Council and membership is only open to those contracts that can satisfy the stringent quality requirements. These strict membership requirements enable MAC to justifiably claim that it represents the UK’s top 70 mastic asphalt contractors.

Mastic Asphalt projects:

St Bridges Catholic Primary School,

Howard Evans Roofing & Cladding undertook the roofing works atSt Bridges Catholic Primary School, Frankley Beeches Rd, Northfield, Birmingham The contract involved the supply and installation of asphalt flooring inclusive of fibre glass underlay. All works were completed out of term to ensure…

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Brunei Embassy

Howard Evans Roofing & Cladding completed the asphalt roofing works at The Brunei Embassy, 19-20 Belgrave Square, London   The contract involved the laying of sheaving felt then the installation of roofing grade asphalt to be trowelled into 20mm depth using a gauge. Paving asphalt was then…

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