Hartbrights Architectural Cladding complete work on Leltex House
Leltex House in South Manchester has been transformed with the installation of a rain screen cladding system, courtesy of Hartbrights Architectural Cladding (HAC).
The building, home to HAC and several other companies, was beginning to look out of date and required serious modernisation to better reflect the nature of the businesses that operate from it.
An architectural cladding scheme was chosen as the most cost effective and best looking way to achieve the results required.
With design work carried out in house and utilising Alucobond® aluminium composite panels in Metallic Silver and Anthracite Grey, Leltex House has been completely modernised.
The majority of the cladding was applied horizontally to give a streamlined look, with the tower in the centre of the building benefiting from an design incorporating uneven cladding panels which give a different view depending on which direction you are looking at it.
In addition to the architectural cladding, hardwood cedar panelling was applied to the frontage featuring backlit LED lighting for the name of the building, tinted windows were installed right across the front of both floors and a new tinted glass entrance replaced the old metal doors.
The project was completed with LED lighting all the way around the outside edge of the central tower to enhance the look of the Anthracite Grey panels.
Leltex House is the second building envelope project completed by HAC this year, following a simpler but no less impressive project at MG Safety Ltd in Nottingham.