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Swaffham Assembly Rooms

Products:  KEIM Soldalit

Location:  Swaffham Assembly Rooms, Norfolk

Completed:  2023

About this project.

Swaffham Assembly Rooms is a Grade II Listed building, built in 1776 in the marketplace in Swaffham, Norfolk.

The building has recently undergone restoration work, funded by Breckland Council, Historic England and the Iceni Partnership.

Previous, non breathable paints had resulted in damage to the faรงade.  A complete strip of the building was carried out, followed by re-decoration using the KEIM Soldalit system.

Cliveden Conservation contacted Dave Smith of KEIM Mineral Paints to produce a detailed specification for the project.

KEIM Mineral Paints were chosen due to their longevity, breathability and sustainability credentials.

KEIM Soldalit was recommended onto these substrates due to it sol-silicate properties, which means it can be applied onto both unpainted and previously painted without the need of a primer. It is fire resistant and is the only mineral paint to be A2-s1, d0 classified.

KEIM Soldalit in colour 9312 was used, which not only allow the surface to breathe, but wonโ€™t fade and will last for years to come.

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